Rand Paul says the White House knows who brought cocaine into the White House

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It was the scandal that no one could believe.

But the truth is worse than anyone realized.

And the real story of who brought cocaine to the White House stunned this senator.

The Secret Service shut down the White House cocaine investigation after just 11 days, never finding out who brought the illegal drug into one of the most secure places in the world.

The FBI claimed no DNA or fingerprint evidence was left on the bag that had been found in a location not visible from video security footage.

Apparently, about 500 staff members and visitors had passed through during that weekend.

Secret Service spokesman Anthony Gugliemi said the FBI decided that interviewing all 500 people could be a strain on resources and might infringe upon civil liberties.

During an appearance on “Fox Business Network” on Thursday, Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) questioned the Biden administration’s claim that they couldn’t determine the source of the cocaine.

“We know cocaine was found at the White House, and then we never heard another word about it after the Secret Service said that they couldn’t find fingerprints and they had nothing from the cameras,” host Maria Bartiromo said. “Aren’t there cameras all around there in the White House?”

“Yes, we seem to be able to find DNA on a pizza box in a trash can but we have a little bit more difficulty in the White House,” Paul replied.

“No, I suspect they know more than they’re letting on in the White House and then decided they’re not really going to police this. But to me, always the most alarming thing hasn’t been the drug use but the possibility that a white powder could be something much more dangerous to everyone and that being anthrax.”

“And if you can smuggle powder in, as any sort of, you know, white powder in a bag, I think that that’s alarming, and there should be a dramatic investigation into this,” he added.

“Not just for the punishment from drugs which I think is wrong, but really for the idea that there could have been anthrax taken to the White House. I think we’ve never really treated this seriously as it ought to.”

Paul isn’t the only person skeptical about the investigation.

“They didn’t find anyone because they didn’t want to find anyone,” said former NYPD Commissioner Bernie Kerik according to the New York Post.

“So, whoever had the cocaine, they wore gloves? I doubt it,” scoffs Kerik. “And the fact they have changed the location three times makes it evident they are trying to conceal and suppress where it was actually found.”