The White House cocaine culprit has escaped unscathed after the Secret Service reportedly completed its investigation with zero answers.
Secret Service spokesman Anthony Guglielmi revealed that the owner of the drug remains unidentified because agents did not want to infringe on anyone's civil rights.
The Secret Service did not interview the first family’s well-known drug enthusiast, Hunter Biden, on the matter.
“I guess we’re never going to know that it was in fact Hunter’s cocaine,” Sara Gonzales jokes, implying that that's exactly whose cocaine it was.
Eric July believes they know exactly who’s cocaine it is.
“You’re dealing with the freaking White House, which I’d imagine it’s supposed to be like the most secure place in the world, perhaps,” Eric July adds, continuing, “They know who did it. There’s no reason to pretend. They know whose it was, they just don’t want to tell anybody else because of course, that would then incriminate them.”
July, like Gonzales, is convinced the cocaine belonged to Hunter Biden.
“On the July 4 date, he was blitzed out of his mind,” July recalls.
He also mentions that this kind of shoddy investigation is simply how the government chooses to operate.
“It’s just unfortunately how the government operates, particularly the federal government. It’s like, ‘We’re going to do what we want, and yeah, it doesn’t make sense but what are you going to do about it?’”
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