(trendingpoliticsnews) – Though the Secret Service has stated that finding the individual responsible for bringing cocaine into the White House may be impossible, the president’s troubled son, Hunter, continues to be the lead suspect in terms of public perception. Now, social media sleuths are pointing to a recent video in which Hunter can be seen drawing his hand up to his nose in a motion consistent with snorting a bump of cocaine.
In the video, President Biden can be seen waving from a White House balcony while surrounded by family members over the holiday weekend. Hunter, who was also present, said goodnight to his wife and young son before drawing his hand up to his nose, fueling speculation that he is the cocaine culprit.
I’m not saying Hunter Biden snorted cocaine at the White House but if he did, I would expect it to look exactly like this. pic.twitter.com/n3VykREfgq— Collin Rugg (@CollinRugg) July 5, 2023
White House grounds were evacuated on Sunday after a hazardous substance — which was later determined to be cocaine — was discovered on the complex. According to a report from the Daily Mail, the cocaine was discovered in a White House library just two days after Hunter Biden paid a visit.
The president’s son has a well-documented history of drug use, including cocaine. Several images of Hunter smoking crack cocaine were uploaded to his infamous laptop, including one instance where he was hitting a crack pipe while going over 175 miles-per-hour in Las Vegas. He was also kicked out of the U.S. Navy after testing positive for cocaine.
Unsurprisingly, Hunter Biden has emerged as the public’s prime suspect. Gambling site BetOnline AG placed Hunter Biden as the overwhelming betting favorite at two-to-one (+200). The president’s son beat out the next contender — NFL All-Pro Travis Kelce — by a wide margin.
“This is like if the Hamburglar lived at the White House and all the hamburgers got stolen and the Secret Service was like we just don’t have any leads, not sure what happened to all those hamburgers,” Washington Free Beacon reporter Noah Pollak said of the cocaine saga.
This is like if the Hamburglar lived at the White House and all the hamburgers got stolen and the Secret Service was like we just don't have any leads, not sure what happened to all those hamburgers https://t.co/ldv920HlAM— Noah Pollak (@NoahPollak) July 5, 2023