Fox News’ Jesse Watters has been investigating the discovery of cocaine in the White House and believes the Secret Service has been dishonest about the incident.
He obtained documents through a Freedom of Information Act request, revealing inconsistencies in the story about where the cocaine was found.
Watters suspects the possibility of the cocaine being planted and questions the Secret Service’s handling of the situation, including contradictory information about the location and the substance itself.
EXCLUSIVE: the Secret Service has responded to Primetime’s FOIA over the White House cocaine investigation. We now know they’ve been lying to you about everything.
After telling us they didn’t find any DNA and destroying the bag of coke, the documents tell us there’s three… pic.twitter.com/36b5jrAAD9
— Jesse Watters (@JesseBWatters) November 15, 2023
Moreover, he claims that the Secret Service lied about not finding DNA on the cocaine bag.
“When the cocaine was first found, they said it was in the library where the first family lives,” Watters explained.
“Then there were reports that the cocaine was actually found outside the Situation Room,” he continued.
We can exclusively reveal at Daily Mail the first images of the White House cubby where cocaine was found in July in a West Wing processing room.
The case remains unsolved after the US Secret Service closed it after just two weeks due to ‘lack of evidence.’ pic.twitter.com/jPwaFHrSyx
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The third report had the cocaine being found in a cubby in what is referred to as the basement lobby.
Watters wondered aloud to his viewers, “How do you mistake the library for the Situation Room and the Situation Room for the cubbies?”
“They say the coke was found in locker No. 50, right there in the middle,” Watters explained.
“And there’s a key missing. What do you think the chances are that the Secret Service has the key? asked the Fox News host.
“If the cocaine was actually first found in the cubby and they photographed it in the cubby, why would they redact that?” he asked.
To add to the confusion, according to Watters, the documents said the suspicious substance was “a white powder in a small ziplock bag on the [redacted] lobby floor.”
“What lobby floor?” Watters asked. “I thought they found the cocaine in the cubby. Well, the cubby’s not on the floor. The cubby’s on the wall.”
What’s more, Watters said the initial tests on the white powder came back positive for “opioids and amphetamines.” Only after additional tests was the substance determined to be cocaine.
“A white powdery opioid? That’s fentanyl — maybe,” Watters said. “I thought these tests were supposed to be accurate.”
But that’s not all. The host had another bombshell to drop.
“They told us they didn’t find any DNA. But the documents say they did,” he revealed.
Watters reminded his audience that the Secret Service destroyed the bag of cocaine after its “investigation.”
“But there’s more evidence that they didn’t destroy — an envelope with three tubes of DNA,” Watters said. “Where’d they get the DNA from? They got the DNA off the baggie.
“So the Secret Service lied, and so did the White House. They did find DNA on the baggie. And the DNA was processed and has been moved to an evidence vault for preservation.”
Watters said the Secret Service told “Primetime” this DNA was “secondary DNA.” When asked why it didn’t take DNA samples from suspects, the Secret Service said it would have needed a court order.
“This tells me two things,” Watters said. “The Secret Service didn’t want to crack the case, or the Secret Service knew the coke was found in the library and put it in a cubby and closed the case.”
Watters accused the Secret Service of lying after they originally denied that DNA was discovered on the baggie.
And concluded that the Secret Service is concealing the truth, suggesting a cover-up.
He expresses skepticism about the possibility of a genuine investigation given the protection of the current White House administration.
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