We know that Joe Biden loves his son, Hunter. It’s also been revealed that the president views him as an advisor. After all, in a recording made a few months before his father announced his campaign in 2019, the Biden scion said, “All those fears you think that I have of people not liking me or that I don’t love myself … I don’t fear that. You know why I don’t fear that? Because the man I most admire in the world, that god to me, thinks I’m a god.”
But now Joe’s reverence of Hunter might have gone too far. Yesterday the Secret Service briefly evacuated the White House due to the discovery of an “unknown item. A hazmat team was called out to the area of 18th St and Pennsylvania Ave. Secret Service units blocked off roads around the White House.
The Secret Service has announced that the substance found was cocaine in one of the executive mansion’s libraries.
Maybe Joe left some out for Hunter, like children leave milk and cookies for Santa Claus?
The Washington Post writes that a preliminary test indicated that the white powder found inside the White House Sunday evening, prompting a brief evacuation, was cocaine, according to two officials familiar with the matter and the recording of a dispatch from a D.C. fire crew that responded to the incident.
A spokesman for the Secret Service, Anthony Guglielmi, said the substance is undergoing further testing to determine what it is, and authorities are looking into how it got into the White House. He said the D.C. fire department determined the substance did not present a threat.
The discovery prompted an elevated security alert and a brief evacuation of the executive mansion, Guglielmi said. He said President Biden was not in the White House at the time. Guglielmi said there is “an investigation into the cause and manner” of how the substance entered the White House.
Guglielmi declined to say specifically where in the White House the substance was found or how it was packaged. He said it was found by members of the Uniformed Division of the Secret Service conducting routine rounds through the building.
In a dispatch with an 8:49 timestamp, a firefighter with the D.C. department’s hazardous materials team radioed the results of a test: “We have a yellow bar saying cocaine hydrochloride.”
It’s not surprising that the drug was found at the White House. The president has been bringing Hunter closer into the fold, giving the bird to anyone who thinks Hunter, who has received millions of dollars from foreigners trying to buy influence, shouldn’t be exploiting the aging president.
Last month Hunter was given the privilege of joining a state dinner for the prime minster of India, and in the previous two weeks, Joe has needed more quality time with his son.
“President Biden has traveled with his son Hunter Biden to Camp David for the second weekend in a row as the president continues to publicly support his embattled son despite concerns it could damage his 2024 re-election chances, according to Fox News.
The father and son duo boarded the Marine One helicopter at Fort McNair in Washington, D.C., Friday evening and headed to Camp David in Maryland. They were joined by first lady Jill Biden, Hunter’s son Beau and several White House aides, according to pool reports.
The president and first lady will return to the White House from Camp David Tuesday, where they will participate in a teachers’ union event and a military barbecue to celebrate Independence Day, the White House said.
The president has refused to distance himself from his son after the Department of Justice announced June 20 that the younger Biden entered a plea agreement that will likely keep him out of jail over two tax violations and a felony gun charge.”
The cocaine find could not have come at a worse time for Hunter. New images showed the president’s son “filmed himself smoking crack behind the wheel of a car in 2018 — the same year he took a picture of himself driving 172 mph in a Porsche, according to thousands of newly uploaded photos from the first son’s abandoned laptop.
Biden, 53, is seen flashing what looks like a crack pipe and smoking it while driving through a residential neighborhood in Arlington, Virginia, on June 12, 2018, according to the photos uploaded by Marco Polo, a nonprofit firm headed by former Donald Trump aide Garrett Ziegler.
Less than two months later, he was seen racing to Las Vegas on August 1, when he took a snap of the car’s dashboard, revealing that he was going at least 172 mph, The New York Post reported.
The Secret Service announced they are investigating how the cocaine got into the White House.