A new report claims the cocaine discovered in the White House belongs to an individual within the “Biden family orbit,” and further claims the Secret Service has identified the person responsible for bringing the drug into the premises and has informed Joe Biden of the culprit.
The bombshell report in Soldier of Fortune cites three separate security sources. It alleges that the cocaine found last month in the West Wing may have belonged to someone closely related to the Biden family:
The Secret Service told President Joe Biden the name of the person who brought a packet of cocaine into the White House last month, according to three security sources with direct knowledge of the incident.
All three sources independently told Soldier of Fortune the same name, which arose from an investigation into the incident. The sources currently work for a U.S. government agency, and are not authorized to speak to the media.
Observers initially speculated that the drug might belong to Biden’s son, Hunter, after it was found on July 2. However, the Soldier of Fortune report did not explicitly state this. Instead, the publication posed the question directly to Joe Biden, as well as others within the family.
Anthony Guglielmi, a spokesperson for the Secret Service, claimed the Soldier of Fortune story “is false,” according to the New York Post. Susan Katz Keating, the publisher of Soldier of Fortune, claims to have contacted Joe Biden and immediate members of his family for comment, but did not receive a response.
It was previously reported that Secret Service was unable to identify a suspect, and ultimately destroyed the drugs using explosives after concluding their investigation.
The discovery of the illicit substance within the White House has ignited a wave of shock and speculation. The incident raises serious questions about security protocols and checks at one of the most secure buildings in the world.
Biden allegedly being aware of the person responsible adds another layer of intrigue to the unfolding story. Susan Katz Keating, the publisher of Soldier of Fortune, alleged she had received information from three separate sources identifying the culprit4.
The White House has yet to comment on these allegations. As the situation unfolds, it remains to be seen how this incident will impact the Biden administration and its public perception.