As RedState previously reported, the Biden White House’s story on the cocaine incident continues to change and in the process is making things smell an awful lot like a coordinated cover-up.
So-called officials have adjusted the alleged original location of the baggie of illegal drugs four times since Sunday, with it first being discovered “near” the White House according to reports, then the White House library, then in a “work area” close to the West Wing, and now “in a cubby near the White House’s West Executive entrance” in close proximity to the Situation Room, which MSNBC noted was “near where — for example — the Vice President’s vehicle is parked.”
Considering her penchant for embarrassing both herself and the White House with nearly every public appearance she makes, it’s kind of understandable that some on Biden’s team might want to throw Kamala Harris under the bus. After all, Biden is a liability unto himself, and Harris adds a whole new dimension to that.
But in an inadvertently dramatic shift, it would appear that the groundwork is now being laid to blame random White House staffers, not anyone on Joe Biden’s or Kamala Harris’ respective administrative staffs but … “workers,” according to Biden National Security advisor Jake Sullivan, who seemed to be blaming workers for the cocaine baggie that was allegedly found near the Situation Room, which Sullivan noted during the Friday press briefing has been closed “for months” as it is under construction:
“The Situation Room is not in use and has not been in use for months, because it is currently under construction. We are using an alternate situation room in the Eisenhour Executive Office building. So the only people coming in and going out of the Sit Room in this period have been workers who are getting it ready to go.”
Though Sullivan didn’t directly blame “workers,” the insinuation is now out there – on purpose, and frankly is an insult to our intelligence considering, as former Secret Service agent Dan Bongino observed Wednesday, the White House has thorough security measures in place that would ensure that no one outside of someone who could sidestep White House security (like a family member) would be able to get drugs through.
Later in the briefing, Sullivan proclaimed that “the appropriate consequences will ensue” if it is determined that the cocaine came from someone in the White House:
Just who is Sullivan kidding here? If it’s someone in Biden’s or Harris’ respective inner circle of family and friends, we will never know – I mean, they’ve already said as much. And that goes double in the event they find out Joe Biden’s son Hunter is the cocaine culprit, especially considering his recent plea deal.
House Oversight Committee Chair James Comer is right to demand a briefing on the evolving situation, in the interests of both the security of the White House as well as transparency and accountability.
What remains to be seen/found out/discovered is if the truth will actually come out about the who, when, where, how, and why of this, if a Secret Service agent will be made to take the fall, or if some unidentified “worker” is declared the culprit, because as has been well-documented, the Biden White House is about as devoted to transparency and accountability as a mud pit.