The Biden administration wants “CocaineGate” to disappear and Good Ol’ Scranton Joe is willing to throw some blue-collar workers under the bus to make that happen.
In a Press Briefing with National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan on Friday, he hinted that the cocaine that was found in the White House recently might have been left there by construction workers.
From the White House transcript (Emphasis added):
Q Thank you, Jake. Five days after cocaine was found here in the White House, congressional Republicans seem like they’re very close to launching some sort of formal investigation. I’m curious, from a national security perspective: A, what was your reaction when the drugs were found? And, B, was there any risk to security either to the President, to your staff, anybody that would work out of the Sit Room for this stuff to be so close to where you work?
MR. SULLIVAN: So, first, I would refer to the Secret Service when it comes to questions of the security of the President. I won’t speak to that.
Second, I would make a point about the Situation Room because I think there’s been a lot of questionable reporting on this. The Situation Room is not in use and has not been in use for months because it is currently under construction. We are using an alternate Situation Room in the Eisenhower Executive Office Building. So the only people coming in and going out of the Sit Room in this period have been workers who are getting it ready to go.
By the way, it’s on time and on schedule to be — (laughter) — to be back on station here in the not-too-distant future.
Q But —
MR. SULLIVAN: But no, there was no issue with the Situation Room relative to this.
And then, finally, look, we have rigorous drug testing policies at the White House. We have rigorous drug use policies here at the White House. We take those extremely seriously. So we’ll let the investigation unfold. If it involves someone from the White House, the appropriate consequences will ensue. If it involves some visitor who came in and left it, then that’s a different matter that raises a different set of questions that are less relevant to my line of work. So I will leave it at that.
But I do not believe at present, as things stand here at the podium today, that we are facing some national security threat — ongoing national security threat.
Q About the drugs.
MR. SULLIVAN: Yeah, yeah, exactly. We are facing other national security threats.
Pay no attention to the self-admitted drug addict with a penchant for crack that is frequently spotted (and may be living) at the White House.
And while the story of where exactly the Columbian Booger Sugar was found keeps changing, this turn of events doesn’t exactly cut the mustard.
I mean, if the location of the Nose Candy was indeed near the Situation Room and if what Jake Sullivan is saying about construction in that area is true — then that causes some other problems.
Look, I’m no junkie, but if I were, I’d think that finding a nice, secluded place away from prying eyes would be a good idea. What better place than an area under construction when the workers aren’t there?
Nah, it can’t be Hunter!
Tossing construction workers under the bus is so on-brand for this administration.
Twitter users responded to Sullivan’s suggestion with incredulity.
That’s because the claim doesn’t make sense.
Dan Bongino called it on his show — he said that they’d blame workers in the White House.
The thing is, we all know who Hunter is now. And this video of the First Family on July 4…
Nothing to see here
Just a video of Hunter Biden allegedly doing a bump of cocaine at the White House in front of children
But don’t worry – the media said the bag of blow found at the WH wasn’t Hunter’s!
— DC_Draino (@DC_Draino) July 5, 2023
…looks pretty damned incriminating if you ask me.
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