Republican, Senator Tom Cotton believes the American people have the right to know how an illicit drug ended up at the White House and has written the Secret Service Director a letter demanding detailed information regarding the Cocaine found at the White House on Sunday.
Finding the coke user utilizing the world-class security system at the White House should be a piece of cake. But unfortunately, once again, the two-tiered system of justice is at work, allowing the ‘ruling’ class to live outside of the rule of law.
Senator Cotton asked for clarification on where the cocaine was found. He also asked for a detailed list of which persons are allowed to enter the White House without a security screening or with a lesser screening. Cotton’s questioning continued. He asked how many times the Secret Service had encountered drugs at the White House.
Congress and the American people deserve to know how cocaine got into the White House. pic.twitter.com/Fps9AJ6hSQ
— Tom Cotton (@SenTomCotton) July 5, 2023
Cotton also asked if the Secret Service was prepared to make an arrest. In his letter, he noted:
Section 3056A of Title 18 US Cod provides members of the United States Secret Service Uniformed Division with the authority to “make arrests without warrant for any offense against the United States committed in their presence, or for any felony cognizable under the laws of the United States if they have reasonable grounds to believe that the person to be arrested has committed or is committing such felony.”
Illegally possessing cocaine is a crime under federal law. If the Secret Service discovers the identity of the individual who brought illicit cocaine into the White House complex, will they make an arrest under this provision?
Cotton’s attempt to expose the facts and bring a measure of justice to the Biden Administration’s actions is admirable. Getting to the truth continues to be a challenge.
@Amuse tweeted an update noting that the details surrounding the discovery of cocaine keep changing.
“Update: The dime bag of cocaine that was first outside the White House, then inside the White House, then in the library, then in a West Wing work area, then in a high traffic cell phone drop-off cubby outside the West Wing, is now said to have been found in a very limited access location near the Situation Room.”
UPDATE: The dime bag of cocaine that was first outside the White House, then inside the White House, then in the library, then in a West Wing work area, then in a high traffic cell phone drop off cubby outside the West Wing, is now said to have been found in a very limited access… pic.twitter.com/WzC8GOkQzM
— @amuse (@amuse) July 7, 2023
In addition to the cocaine’s location changing, the Biden administration has yet to come clean on who brought the illegal drug into the White House.
And according to Politico, when a well-informed official was asked if the culprit would be caught said, “It’s gonna be very difficult for us to do that because of where it was.” The informant continued,
“Even if there were surveillance cameras, unless you were waving it around, it may not have been caught. It’s a bit of a thoroughfare. People walk by there all the time.” As of now, the official has asked to remain anonymous as the investigation is ongoing.
Yet as one Twitter user pointed out, it is ridiculous that law enforcement cannot figure out who broke the law inside the White House. The Punisher tweeted, “The FBI can locate everyone who entered the capital on Jan 6 by GPS on their cell phones. Yet the White House can’t figure out who had cocaine in the most surveillanced building in the country. Still, trust the FBI?”
The FBI can locate everyone who entered the capital on Jan 6 by gps on their cell phones
Yet the White House can’t figure out who had cocaine in the most surveillanced building in the country
Still trust the FBI?
— The Punisher (@PunishDem1776) July 7, 2023
Attorney Viva Frei also weighed in, exposing the absurd Biden Administration lawlessness that continues to go unchecked. Frei tweeted,
“It’s a good thing the cocaine found in the White House wasn’t actually anthrax now that we know security would likely not be able to determine who brought it in…Isn’t that one heck of a message to put out to the rest of the world.”
It's a good thing the cocaine found in the White House wasn't actually anthrax now that we know security would likely not be able to determine who brought it in…
Isn't that one heck of a message to put out to the rest of the world.
— Viva Frei (@thevivafrei) July 7, 2023