IT’S OFFICIAL: Cocaine-Gate Probe Closes With No Suspect Named

Written by Wes Walker on July 13, 2023

The Secret Service has briefed Congress on the ‘mysterious’ bag of cocaine that turned up in the White House. The press was desperate to move on. So was KJP.

Now, it’s looking like the Secret Service is just as desperate to move on.

Law enforcement’s complete lack of curiosity in this case lines up unfavorably with another story about high-level members of Biden’s DOJ warning Biden that they were looking to do a search. The Secret Service was specifically named in another story involving an investigation potentially damaging to the Bidens.

From the U.S. Secret Service, the committees are calling on any Secret Service employees who received the alleged Dec. 7, 2020 “tip-off” from the FBI. An IRS whistleblower alleged that on Dec. 7, 2020, FBI headquarters notified the Secret Service and the Biden transition team about the IRS’ criminal investigative team’s plan to interview Hunter Biden. The whistleblower said that “tipped off” a group of people “close to Hunter Biden” and gave those individuals the “opportunity to obstruct” their approach to the witness. — MSN

If someone on the inside was shown to be tipping Trump off about a pending search, we all know the media would be building a gallows and screaming ‘obstruction of justice’ to anyone willing to listen.

But the Media(D) plays by different rules when there’s someone with a (D) after their name in the headlines.

After being briefed, Rep. Tim Burchett confirmed to reporters that the investigation would be closed without naming a suspect. Burchett also said the Secret Service told members that less than 1 gram of cocaine was found. — MSN

A formal statement has now been released by the Secret Service.

In a statement describing the events surrounding the cocaine’s discovery, which began July 2, the Secret Service said as part of its review, it compiled a list of “several hundred” people who may have accessed the area where the substance was discovered. But no fingerprints could be found on the cocaine’s packaging and there was “insufficient DNA” for “investigative comparisons,” the Secret Service said.

The agency said there was no surveillance footage found that provided investigative leads or other ways for investigators to identify who the cocaine belonged to.

“Without physical evidence, the investigation will not be able to single out a person of interest from the hundreds of individuals who passed through the vestibule where the cocaine was discovered,” the agency said. “At this time, the Secret Service’s investigation is closed due to a lack of physical evidence.” — CBSNews

Are we absolutely certain THIS guy wasn’t overseeing the investigation?

For more context, here are some other stories we’ve published on the topic:

Sources Cited:
MSN (Secret Service & Hunter)
MSN (Cocaine investigation)