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Ex-Border Patrol Chief Rebukes KJP, Has Damning Theory About Cocaine Found at White House

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An ex-Commissioner of U.S. Customs and Border Protection questions the Biden administration’s investigation into the cocaine discovered in the White House on Sunday night.

“An investigation like this is pretty straightforward. Everybody that enters the White House is manifested,” Mark Morgan told the U.K.’s Daily Mail.

“They know who comes in, they know when they came in, they’re checked, and there are video cameras everywhere,” he said.

Morgan, a former FBI agent who served as deputy assistant director of the bureau’s Inspection Division, stated that the investigation should have already been concluded, despite the fact that the official position is that it is still ongoing.

There is “forensic evidence, controlled access, cameras, witnesses, the manifest of who actually is coming to the White House, and who’s going through those areas, and a limited timeframe,” he told the Daily Mail.

“They’ve got so much information,” Morgan said, adding that “when it comes to serious investigations, this one’s a pretty straightforward investigation.”

“You get people, you download the tapes, you’re reviewing the tapes, you’re interviewing people,” he said.

Morgan, who was superintendent of the Border Patrol under former President Barack Obama, stated that there must be a desire to uncover the truth.

“My question is, how much of that has been done?” he said.

“A lot of that could be influenced by the White House. This probably would go to the Deputy Chief of Staff’s purview to work with the Secret Service to coordinate. So my question is the Secret Service saying, ‘Hey, we need to interview XYZ.’ Are they allowed to interview those people?” Morgan said.

“Are they able to go in and pull surveillance tapes as they need? Are they able to talk to the people that they would normally need to talk to for this investigation without any roadblocks?” he said.

Morgan refuted White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre’s claim that the area where the cocaine was discovered has significant foot traffic, stating that the storage area consisted of lockboxes where visitors would leave their electronic devices. However, he stated that it is probable that the narcotics were brought in by a guest.

“I think my best — the investigative assumption, still a lot we don’t know — but it was more than likely someone who was not working permanently at the White House,” he said, adding the permanent staff working in the building “wouldn’t use that box.”

“That doesn’t mean it can’t be somebody high up in the administration, because even as commissioner or a secretary, if you come into that area, and you had your cellphone, you would have to put your cellphone in that box,” he said.

According to the New York Post, talk show presenter Megyn Kelly also derided the pace of the investigation.

“There’s no way that there’s any public area that is accessible by staff, never mind visitors that they don’t have on camera. So this should not be too hard to solve. And we deserve an answer,” she said.

Kelly indicated that she was less inclined to accept the guest’s explanation.

“You really want us to believe that some guest who was forced to store his phone in a cubby took out his dime bag of coke and shoved it in there right next to his phone?” she said.

Thursday, White House deputy press secretary Andrew Bates stated that the Hatch Act prevented him from answering whether the cocaine belonged to President Joe Biden or his son Hunter, a rehabilitating drug addict who has been the subject of rumors regarding the cocaine.

The Hatch Act prohibits federal personnel from engaging in partisan political activities while on the job.

Former Bush administration ethics chief Richard Painter raised an eyebrow at Bates’ claim, saying he has “given lectures at the White House” on the law and it “does not cover snorting cocaine,” according to Fox News.

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