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Secret Service Affirms Substance Found in White House is Cocaine – Dealer Quantities

Secret Service Affirms Substance Found in White House is Cocaine – Dealer Quantities

Former Secret Service agent Melanie Burkholder and former FBI agent Jonathan Gilliam expressed deep concern over the recent incident where cocaine was discovered at the White House. During an appearance on Newsmax’s “American Agenda,” Burkholder and Gilliam suggested that the incident reflects poorly on the Secret Service’s competence and may indicate a “drug deal gone bad.”

Burkholder criticized the administration’s seemingly desensitized attitude towards drugs in America’s Home. She questioned the efforts to downplay the incident and highlighted the need for a thorough investigation. According to her, the fingerprints on the cocaine should make it relatively easy to identify the perpetrator. Burkholder further raised the question of whether similar incidents had occurred before.

Gilliam echoed Burkholder’s sentiments, emphasizing that the Secret Service should be capable of identifying the individual responsible for bringing drugs into the heavily guarded White House. He noted that the restricted access and small number of people present during the incident should make it easier to determine the source.

Both former agents warned of the potential for a more severe security breach, such as a chemical attack. They highlighted the need to safeguard not only the White House but also the administration and the Secret Service agents responsible for its protection.

In a separate development, former White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany dismissed the suggestion that the cocaine belonged to Hunter Biden, the president’s son. McEnany pointed out that Hunter Biden had left the White House before the incident, making it highly unlikely that the drugs belonged to him.

The Secret Service confirmed that the substance found in the White House was indeed cocaine after secondary lab testing. The investigation is ongoing, with conflicting reports on the exact location where the substance was discovered. The Secret Service emphasized that it was found in a work area within the West Wing.

As authorities continue to search for the person responsible for bringing the illegal drugs onto the premises, the incident raises questions about security measures and the effectiveness of the Secret Service’s investigative capabilities.

The discovery of cocaine led to the evacuation of the White House, although President Joe Biden was not present at the time. The investigation faces challenges due to the highly trafficked nature of the area where the substance was found.

The recent revelation of cocaine found within the confines of the Biden White House has brought about a deep sense of concern and dismay. This troubling incident represents a significant failure within the Biden Administration, further highlighting the shortcomings that have marred its tenure thus far. The discovery of such illicit substances strikes at the heart of the administration, casting shadows of corruption that are difficult to ignore. While responsibility ultimately falls on President Joe Biden, it is crucial to approach this matter with careful consideration and a commitment to addressing the systemic issues that have allowed such a breakdown to occur.

Note: Lest you think this might be a political attack from within the Secret Service, remember the anthrax scare from a few years ago. It is a white powder and those protocols are still in place.

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  1. frank stetson

    Where did you find dealer weight? I saw “dime bag,” whatever that is nowadays. I saw small zip lock?

    It’s a highly traffic’d area, cubby boxes to put stuff in before search, good luck proving Joe Biden is a dealer…..

    • Tom

      I did not see where anyone said it was a particular weight or a dime bag. I don’t think anyone is saying Joe is a dealer. There are two issues as I see it: 1) Secret Service seems to be lax on the anthrax protocols which are still in place; 2) Why hasn’t the owner been identified yet from fingerprints? Lack of ID leads to suspicions and rumors. Does it belong to someone who helps Joe make decisions? Biden has not said much if anything about it.

      • frank stetson

        I did see “dime bag” which I found funny given they must have intended size since a dime of coke is invisible…..guess the new generation of journalists not quite clued in. No one alluded to Joe the dealer, it’s just THIS ARTICLE mentions dealer weight, talks about Joe, Joe’s failure, yada yada yada.

        Investigation should wrap up or status next week, and yes — the issue is general process failure on how any white powder can be left behind unnoticed, not immediately traceable. And then the issue of the illegality of drugs. But it’s the process breakdown of Secret Service to keep our President safe that is the highest priority —– not matter what side of the aisle you sit on.

        So yeah — anthrax protocol, fingerprints, cameras, you name it. Starting with how does ANYTHING get left behind and not immediately flagged. How do cubbyholes where people left stuff not be monitored 24/7 for what people are leaving, lots of questions. Next week some answers hopefully. Until then I am going with “wasn’t Mitch McConnell visiting that day? Look at the guy, you know he’s a cokehead……” (kidding, chillax turtle-lovers……)

      • larry Horist

        Tom … In a very few words you totally busted Frank’s baseless spin and conjectures — and is misinformation. Methinks he is in excessive awe of his oft self-proclaimed sarcasm. I do believe that if the cocaine was brought in by some one-time visitor from Boston, that person would have been ID’ed and arrested by now. The White House and the Secret Service are not even explaining why they cannot find the person — why cameras, logs, fingerprints and potential witnesses are failing to produce answers. It is like a prison having an escape and the authorities cannot tell who escaped. LOL Come on, man.

    • Deejay

      At this time no one said biden was a dealer (that I know of). The problem lies in where they found it. So far I have heard from the media it was found ion 3 places. Is that 3 bags they have found or do they not have a clue as to where they found it or just trying to cover the place it was found? When did they actually find it? Before the weekend after or a few weeks ago. So which story should we believe? So much stuff is covered up or lied about who are we to trust for the truth?

  2. Doris

    Where are all the cameras?

  3. Darren

    Funny, I do not have Cocaine laying around my house and have to assume those commenting
    do not have any as well?
    Yet, the Biden’s have some laying around their house.
    And he is President?
    How is it possible any person can defend any amount of this substance in the White House?
    If the Biden’s were not their, would the Cocaine still have been there?

    • Joseph S. Bruder

      The Bidens were away for several days before the stuff was found. And certain people, like the Orange Menace and some of his supporters have flat out said “Joe is a coke-head”. Never mind Trump’s constant sniffing while in office and the several packs of Adderal visible from his desk drawer in one of the photos during his presidency. Or his loser son who always had red eyes, sniffed constantly, AND looked like he was 10 seconds from falling over. Maybe someone moved some furniture and it fell out of Trump’s old drawers. That’s as good an explanation as any I’ve heard, especially compared to the insinuations from this website.

      A dime bag (at least from TV I watched in the 1980’s) was a small envelope that sold for $10. It would easily fit into someone’s pocket, and just as easily fall out. Why anyone thinks they A) need cocaine while they’re working in the White House and B) thinks they could get away with getting high in the White House, I don’t know.

      To Darren: If you were pulled over by police, would you consent to a dog-search of your car for drugs? What if you drove with a bunch of friends to a big concert, or to a week-long vacation trip the week before? Would you trust that nobody “accidentally” left some drugs in your car? How far would you trust “I don’t care what the evidence says, I don’t use drugs so “search away!” Or it was a used car that you’ve only owned for 3 to 4 weeks? Are you going to blindly trust that “nobody would ever carry drugs in my car”?

  4. Joseph S. Bruder

    The Bidens were away for several days before the stuff was found. And certain people, like the Orange Menace and some of his supporters have flat out said “Joe is a coke-head”. Never mind Trump’s constant sniffing while in office and the several packs of Adderal visible from his desk drawer in one of the photos during his presidency. Or his loser son who always had red eyes, sniffed constantly, AND looked like he was 10 seconds from falling over. Maybe someone moved some furniture and it fell out of Trump’s old drawers. That’s as good an explanation as any I’ve heard, especially compared to the insinuations from this website.

    A dime bag (at least from TV I watched in the 1980’s) was a small envelope that sold for $10. It would easily fit into someone’s pocket, and just as easily fall out. Why anyone thinks they A) need cocaine while they’re working in the White House and B) thinks they could get away with getting high in the White House, I don’t know.

    To Darren: If you were pulled over by police, would you consent to a dog-search of your car for drugs? What if you drove with a bunch of friends to a big concert, or to a week-long vacation trip the week before? Would you trust that nobody “accidentally” left some drugs in your car? How far would you trust “I don’t care what the evidence says, I don’t use drugs so “search away!” Or it was a used car that you’ve only owned for 3 to 4 weeks? Are you going to blindly trust that “nobody would ever carry drugs in my car”?

  5. Frank stetson

    Where’s the correction?

    The headline seems to be a lie.

    Is there no honor amongst pbp journalists?

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