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HUGE: Second Kind of Drug Found in Biden’s White House

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Just as the White House drug scandal appeared to be winding down, primarily due to a lack of information, a new one has emerged to take its place.

According to a scandalous report from Fox News, marijuana was discovered twice in the White House in 2022, at least nine months before the current cocaine scandal that enveloped the Biden administration.

During a classified briefing over the Fourth of July holiday, the Secret Service reportedly corroborated this information to members of Congress.

In Washington, D.C., both the medical and recreational use of marijuana are lawful.

According to the Metropolitan Police, it is lawful for a 21-year-old to engage in the following activities:

  • Possess two ounces or less of marijuana
  • Transfer an ounce of marijuana or less to another 21-year-old, as long as there is no monetary transaction
  • Grow their own marijuana plants (with restrictions)
  • Possess marijuana-related drug paraphernalia
  • Use marijuana on private property

Given this, one might presume that the discovery of a small amount of marijuana in the White House is hardly newsworthy.

However, there are still a number of restrictions that apply to marijuana use in D.C. (you cannot sell marijuana, you cannot operate heavy machinery while under the influence, etc.), and this new controversy appears to violate at least one of those restrictions.

As noted by the D.C. branch of the ACLU: “Federal law enforcement officers may still arrest District residents for possession of any quantity of marijuana. On federal land, including Rock Creek Park, the National Mall, and areas surrounding federal structures, as well as on the Metro, marijuana remains illegal.

As far as I’m aware, there are no buildings more federal than the symbolic center of this country.

A representative of the Secret Service verified to Fox News that agents discovered “small amounts of marijuana” in July and September of 2022.

Similar to the ongoing cocaine scandal, it appears that nothing will come of this new revelation.

More on this story via The Western Journal:

“No one was arrested in these incidents, because the weight of the marijuana confiscated did not meet the legal threshold for federal charges or D.C. misdemeanor criminal charges, as the District of Columbia had decriminalized possession,” the representative told Fox. CONTINUE READING…

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