The Secret Service made one jarring admission about the cocaine found at the White House

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Joe Biden’s regime found itself engulfed in scandal after law enforcement discovered cocaine at the White House.

Everyone thought they knew the prime suspect.

And the Secret Service made one jarring admission about the cocaine found at the White House.

Despite the White House being the most secure and surveilled building in the world, the Secret Service claimed it found no evidence whatsoever to help determine who smuggled cocaine into the White House.

“This review included a backwards examination that spanned several days prior to the discovery of the substance and developed an index of several hundred individuals who may have accessed the area where the substance was found,” the Secret Service announced. “a pool of known persons for comparison of forensic evidence gleaned from the FBI’s analysis of the substance’s packaging.”

In addition to there apparently being no security camera evidence showing who left the cocaine behind in the White House, the Secret Service also claimed the smuggler wiped the bag clean and did not leave any fingerprints behind.

“Therefore, the Secret Service is not able to compare evidence against the known pool of individuals,” the Secret Service added.

The investigation looked like a sham to many, and Republicans believe the Secret Service was just running cover to protect Hunter Biden, a known addict who was at the White House prior to the discovery.

Those suspicions only grew when Congresswoman Lauren Boebert (R-CO) forced the Secret Service to admit the key to the locker where the cocaine was found somehow went missing.

“There are 182 lockers in that foyer and currently… locker number 50 where the cocaine was found, that key is missing,” Boebert stated. “There were more than 500 people who went through the West Wing during the weekend of when this substance was found, when the cocaine was found in the White House, and none of those people who have come through are classified as suspects.” 

Boebert said the rushed investigation and unanswered questions led her and other Republicans to believe the Secret Service wanted this matter over with because they were afraid of where the truth may lead.

“We do not know how many were tourists, individual citizens, or staffers, and they currently are not looking any further into those more than 500 people who entered that foyer of the West Wing during that weekend,” Boebert added. “Instead, they are quickly wanting to close this investigation and move on to the next Biden crime crisis.”

If Americans accept the Secret Service’s explanation at face value it means there are such gaps in White House security that terrorists could sneak into the building with any toxic or dangerous substance, and there is nothing security can do to stop them.

No one believes that.

And that’s why many Americans look at this as another example of the deep state protecting the Biden family.

US Political Daily will keep you updated on any developments to this ongoing story.