White House has likely identified cocaine suspect: Republican lawmaker

 July 11, 2023

The White House almost certainly knows who brought a bag of cocaine to the West Wing, a Republican lawmaker said. 

Pat Fallon (Tx.) shared his assessment of the controversy with Fox News, saying it's likely the suspect has been identified by now from fingerprints.

The failure of Secret Service to name the culprit more than a week after the drugs were found during the July Fourth weekend has struck many as inexplicable, given the level of security at the White House.

Cocaine suspect found?

If there were no fingerprints, the White House would have said so, Fallon said, conjecturing that there were indeed fingerprints.

“If there was no fingerprints, they could have told us immediately,” he said. “So, I suspect there are fingerprints, and you can run it through a database."

Citing his conversations with law enforcement, Fallon said the suspect would have been quickly identified, making the failure to identify the person a "concern."

Fallon observed that White House staffers are all fingerprinted, which would presumably facilitate the analysis.

"And this was found where high level aides and staffers are, so most of them were fingerprinted at one time or another, so they may very well already know who it belongs to and aren’t sharing with us and that’s my greatest concern and worry.”

Cover-up speculation

The Secret Service is planning to end its investigation soon whether a suspect is found or not, which has raised suspicions of a cover-up. Republicans have opened their own investigation of the scandal.

Congress will receive a briefing from Secret Service Thursday morning, although it's unclear at this point whether lawmakers will learn anything substantive.

Biden's defenders, including press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre, have stressed that Biden and his crackhead son were not at the White House when the drugs were found - as if that proves anything.

"They were not here Friday. They were not here Saturday. They were not here Sunday. They were not even here Monday. They came back on Tuesday. So to ask that question is actually incredibly irresponsible. And I'll just leave it there," Jean-Pierre said.

In fact, Hunter Biden was at the White House on the Friday before July Fourth. What is the White House hiding?

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