Recently, Senator Ted Cruz has expressed his skepticism towards a popular theory circulating online regarding the owner of a bag of cocaine discovered in the White House last week. While the social media speculation often points toward Hunter Biden due to his past drug use, Cruz postulates the DOJ and FBI could be involved in obscuring the truth to shield the presidential family.
Last Sunday’s standard sweep within the White House revealed an unsettling find: a bag containing a white substance, which subsequent testing by the Secret Service confirmed as cocaine.
Earlier reports located the discovery in the West Wing lobby. However, the latest update pinpoints the find near the West Executive entrance, a notable area where important vehicles such as the Vice President’s limo or SUV often park.
This revelation has led to a surge of curiosity and speculation. The burning question on everyone’s mind is: who does the cocaine belong to?
Internet speculation was quick to point the finger at Hunter Biden, son of President Joe Biden, due to his documented history with drugs. However, Cruz, in one of his recent podcast episodes of “Verdict with Ted Cruz”, casts doubt on this theory. He suggests that Hunter is an unlikely culprit as he doesn’t frequently visit that part of the White House.
Cruz goes on to offer an alternative theory, suggesting the real owner could be someone within the Biden administration, possibly a high-ranking official. In his eyes, this possibility makes the seeming concealment of information even more startling.
He finds it hard to believe that with all the security measures in place, including extensive camera surveillance, Secret Service, and the Marine detail, it’s impossible to identify the person responsible for the misplaced bag of cocaine. According to him, the only plausible reason for a statement claiming the inability to identify the culprit would be a calculated effort to veil potential wrongdoings by the presidential family.
Kayleigh McEnany, former White House press secretary, also expressed doubts about the cocaine belonging to Hunter Biden, citing his confirmed presence at Camp David during the discovery as a key reason.
Despite these denials, the Hunter Biden theory has been further fueled by former President Donald Trump, who seems convinced the drugs are intended for Hunter and Joe Biden.
Adding to the ongoing debate, Dan Bongino, a conservative commentator and Secret Service veteran, argues that due to strict security measures, only those exempt from routine searches, such as the presidential family, could have brought the substance in. He emphasizes his firsthand experience with White House security protocols to back his assertion.
As the mystery around the cocaine find deepens, questions about the integrity and transparency of those leading our country are coming to the forefront. One thing is clear, however: the American people deserve answers and accountability from those in power.