Ben Shapiro, Megyn Kelly, React to WH Cocaine Probe

Ben Shapiro, Megyn Kelly, React to WH Cocaine Probe

Ben Shapiro and Megyn Kelly reacted to the closing of the White House Cocaine Probe.

Here are the details of the news.

Ben Shapiro, Megyn Kelly, React To WH Cocaine Probe

On Thursday, U.S. columnist and commentator Ben Shapiro, host Megyn Kelly, and others reacted to the news that the federal agency would conclude its investigation into the Cocaine found at the White House earlier this month.

The Secret Service said on Thursday, “The investigation will not be able to single out a person of interest from the hundreds of individuals who passed through the vestibule where the cocaine was discovered.” The agency said the investigation into the White House could not continue due to a lack of evidence.

The agency’s statement concluding the probe without indicating any ‘suspects’ have provoked lawmakers and many to call the investigation a “coverup.”

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Many famous personalities took to social media to criticize the Secret Service for being unable to lead the investigation into who the Cocaine belonged to.

The famous figure Ben Shapiro Tweeted, “We are now being asked to believe that the most secure building on the planet has no surveillance necessary to effectuate the identification of the person who left Cocaine there. Sure.”

Retweeting a headline in Politico that read, “Sources: Secret Service inserted itself into the case of Hunter Biden’s gun,” Shapiro added, “I mean, it’s not as though the Secret Service has ever tried to cover up a Hunter Biden crime.”

He concluded his post with a sarcastic missing poster of white power with “Reward offered: one oil painting.”

A packet of Cocaine was discovered in the West Wing of the White House on July 2, 2023. Since then, the Secret Service has investigated how the illegal substance entered the White House. On Thursday, the agency released details of inadequate evidence to determine the suspects.

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Ben Shapiro, Megyn Kelly, React to White House Cocaine Probe
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In her Thursday show, Megyn Kelly, the host of the SiriusXM ‘The Megyn Kelly’ podcast, compared the end of the White House Cocaine investigation to that of the search for the person who leaked a draft of the Supreme Court opinion in the Dobbs vs. Jackson Women’s Health Organization case.

Kelly told her audience, “There are no suspects, nor do they care to continue investigating, so convenient. Look, it’s probably not Hunter Biden’s. This whole thing has me thinking it’s good to be a Biden. It’s really good to be Hunter Biden, President Joe Biden, and you have everyone interfering with you.”

Kelly added, “Or just a Democrat. Being a Supreme Court leaker and having the Supreme Court marshal cover up for you is great. And probably Chief Justice… They don’t go after Hunter on his most severe tax evasion for all his Burisma payments he got when Joe Biden was Vice President. And if Cocaine shows up at the White House, as opposed to the Trump White House, they don’t have a lot of interest in it. Who are they trying to kid?

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Besides television personalities and Republicans, many social media users have commented on the news of the ‘Secret Service’s closing the White House Cocaine probe.’

One person posted on Twitter, “What an utter joke. So now the Secret Service is corrupt like the DOJ and FBI. What a disgrace. Do they think they are fooling anyone? Now I believe more than ever that Trump was correct again. It was Hunter’s and Big Guy’s stash.”

Another Columnist Joe Concha wrote on Twitter, “The most surveilled property in the world somehow can’t produce video evidence of who left a bag of Cocaine near the Situation Room at the White House. And apparently, the suspect was wearing gloves in the middle of summer. Incredible.”

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