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Woman Freaks Out on Plane, Insisting That Passenger In Back "Isn't Real" and Is Some Kind of Ghost That Will Doom the Flight | Main | Sources: We Kind of Lied About Where the Cocaine Was Found, But We Swear, It Was Totally In a "Highly-Trafficked Area"
Update: Coke Was Found In a "Much More Secure Place" Than Previous Lies Claimed
July 06, 2023

Senator Cotton: I Have Written to the Secret Service to Demand the Names of All Visitors To the White House Who Are Waved In Without Having to Go Through Security and Empty Their Pockets

The Paper of Record:


Cotton wants to know the list of people who are cleared to enter the White House without having to run the gauntlet of invasive security because, as Dan Bongino says, you simply cannot get coke past White House security.

Which means only a member of Biden's family, or some other VIP, like a Cabinet member or Kamala Harris, could have gotten it in, because those people are waved past security.

Dan Bongino @dbongino

There's absolutely ZERO chance anyone other than a family member brought that cocaine inside the White House complex. No chance that would make it past the mag/security checkpoints. Family bypasses those.

A stupid lefty (is there any other kind?) snarked:

EB Slade @IDoDeclare83

Replying to @dbongino
metallic coke always sets off the detectors. Good work Detective Bongino. Btw, Bongino sounds like a sex change surgery gone wrong.

Bongino responded:

Dan Bongino @dbongino

Libs are funny. They're apparently unaware that at a MAG/SECURITY checkpoint you're forced to empty your pockets, and all of your bags are checked too. That's how they keep potential bio-chem weapons out.

Benny Johnson talked about the "dehumanizing" security that all visitors, including members of the press, are required to go through every day they enter the White House. He says all visitors are sniffed by contraband-sniffing dogs. And of course all must pass through state-of-the-art magnetometers, with their carried objects put on trays and inspected by guards.

I was at the White House once and I don't remember going through the dogs. But maybe I've just forgotten. It's hard to remember clearly, given that I had forty condoms filled with heroin inside my body at the time, and they were leaking a bit.

My e-cigarette definitely was confiscated until I left. So if they confiscate that, they're not letting you through with baggies of Mystery Powder.

He also points out that every White House visitor must wear an identification badge with a tracking device attached to it. He says he made a wrong turn and immediately got lifted up by his armpit by a Marine, who walked him backwards to a non-secure area. All because his badge showed that he was in a place he wasn't cleared to be.

But the White House is still spinning that it must have been a "tourist" who smuggled in a baggie of Hunter Biden-quality cocaine and then, for some bizarre reason, abandoned the expensive cache of drugs.

It is impossible to imagine a tourist smuggling coke into the most secure place on earth.

It is even more impossible to image that this same tourist, having accomplished the suicidal goal of smuggling the cocaine into the White House, then doing some coke in the White House and then accidentally leaving the baggie behind.

Tom Cotton isn't having that nonsense.

Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) on Wednesday pressed the Secret Service for information on its ongoing investigation into the reported discovery of cocaine at the White House.

Why it matters: Republican lawmakers are using the development to raise broader questions about security and drug use at the White House.

Driving the news: Cotton, in a letter to Secret Service Director Kimberly Cheatle, called for the agency to "quickly" release information about where in the White House complex the substance was found.


"The American people deserve to know whether illicit drugs were found in an area where confidential information is exchanged," Cotton wrote.

Zoom in: The letter asks whether the complex is secure and, if not, the Secret Service's "plan to correct any security flaws."

Cotton wants a "complete list" of people who aren't subject to a full security screening at the White House, statistics on the Secret Service's use of K-9 screenings and details on audits of their security procedures.

He also asked how often the Secret Service has "encountered illegal drugs at the White House complex" in the last five years and whether they will exercise their ability to make an arrest of a suspect is identified.

Spokespeople for the Secret Service and the White House did not immediately respond to requests for comment.

Yeah no shit, huh?

Notice that no one has disclosed the quantity of coke that was found. That would be a no-brainer disclosure, automatically made -- unless you were engaged in a cover-up.


That grinning jackass always grins when he's lying or covering up one of his crimes.

You know, Biden himself would want to find out whose coke it was, if he already didn't know it was his crackhead son's.

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