It has been a busy and, as usual scandal fraught week for the Biden household. Jill has been on the campaign trail assuring Democrat voters that they will have no other option than her octogenarian husband in 2024, Joe has been stumbling and bumbling as usual, and Hunter is once again at the center of a family scandal.
Cocaine was discovered in the White House during the July 4th holiday, prompting a brief evacuation. After almost two weeks of changing the story as to where exactly it was found and who may be responsible, the Secret Service closed the case on Wednesday after throwing up their hands and claiming they just don’t know how it got there or who left it.
The leftist media claimed that there is no way it could belong to the most obvious suspect, Hunter Biden, as he was tagging along to Camp David with his daddy and step-mom when the coke was found. Naturally, they had no comment on the video footage just days before of a visibly gacked-out Hunter Biden sniffing something, nervously wiping his face and head with his hands as his eyes dart to and fro manically.
So, here we are almost two weeks later, and the Biden Secret Service has given up. Despite the cocaine being found in the most secure place in the nation, with countless cameras all over the building, they haven’t a clue.
This has caused an outcry from the GOP and from many Americans that want answers but evidently will never get them. It also has caused leftists to run interference for Hunter Biden. This week the Mensa-like geniuses on the “View” did just that as they made some scurrilous claims. Joy Behar said: “So is this more fodder for the Republican machine – conspiracy machine?”
It’s unclear why Behar would consider this a conspiracy unless she simply doesn’t know what the word means. There is no question that cocaine was found in the White House, and any reasonable person, considering Hunter Biden’s well-documented past, could easily draw the conclusion that there is a good possibility he knows something about it. However, these aren’t reasonable people we are dealing with.
Anna Navarro chipped in her two cents worth: “No matter what the answer would have been, they were always going to blame Hunter Biden, as I said before and I’m gonna continue to say it and we’re gonna see it for the next year.”
If you let a fox into the hen house and all of the hens go missing, it was probably the fox. Hunter Biden isn’t as sly as a fox, but foxes also don’t have the Secret Service and liberal media running interference for them as they raid the chicken house. In other words, sometimes things are exactly as they look.
Navarro continued her spin: “They are weaponizing Hunter Biden against his dad as an effective tool to get his dad to lose his cool and to get his dad to, you know, feel the heartache. They’re going to weaponize Hunter Biden. It has nothing to do with Hunter Biden, but you can hear that said a hundred times and people who want to believe it are still going to believe that.”
If Navarro has proof that Hunter wasn’t involved, perhaps she should spill it. To flatly claim he isn’t is proof of her angle and bias. However, her next statement plainly displays her fairy tale mindset: “And there’s people who might believe that it was planted for somebody so that then they could advance the Hunter Biden narrative. Who knows? Bottom line is, there are no answers.”
We have the mainstream media continuing to spin stories to cover for the Biden White House. Even though it is ABC, a network that is failing and Disney desperately wants to unload, and a show in the “View” that divorced itself from reality the day President Donald Trump won the election, bored housewives and shut-ins still watch it and are being brainwashed by their fake news.
We likely will never know for sure who was responsible for the illicit drug in the White House, but reasonable folks can draw their own conclusions, and when they do, the white line will lead directly to one person.
Featured image of Hunter credit: Hunter image By Center for Strategic & International Studies – Panel 3: Our Shared Opportunity: A Vision for Global Prosperity, CC BY 3.0
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