Last month, a bag containing cocaine was found in the West Wing, and sources indicate that it belonged to an individual associated within the "Biden family orbit."
It is alleged that President Biden is aware of the identity of the individual in question, as per claims made by Susan Katz Keating, the publisher of Soldier of Fortune.
Keating, relying on insights from three confidential security sources, released her report on Sunday. She even attempted to contact a phone number connected to President Biden to uncover the alleged offender's identity. However, there has been no independent verification of the Soldier of Fortune report as off yet.
According to Keating's account, despite the Secret Service announcing on July 13 that the investigation had been closed due to a lack of tangible evidence, authorities were able to follow leads that led to a name. They were confident enough in their findings to brief the president.
One of Keating's sources indicated, "If you want the name, ask Joe Biden. He knows who it is." Another clarified that the person in question was associated with the Biden family circle but was not Hunter Biden, the president's son, who has openly discussed his struggles with drug addiction.
Keating took her inquiry directly to the White House by texting a number reportedly linked to President Biden, inquiring about the validity of the Secret Service's reported revelation. However, her message was marked as "Not Delivered." In a similar attempt, The New York Post also texted the same number, receiving an automated response directing them to the Community messaging platform.
Last July, President Biden joined the Community platform, which allows direct communication between celebrities and regular individuals. The platform was introduced with a Delaware-based phone number for Biden to engage with citizens on the subject of gun violence.
The authenticity of Keating's report remains unverified by any independent parties, and neither the White House nor the Secret Service has commented on the matter.
On July 2, during a routine patrol, a Secret Service agent discovered around one gram of cocaine in a storage locker near the West Wing executive entrance.
This illicit substance was found just one level below the Oval Office and in close proximity to the Situation Room. Despite these findings, the Situation Room had been out of operation due to ongoing renovations. Additionally, there were no cameras in a suitable position to capture footage of the individual responsible for the drug possession, as per the Secret Service's communication with lawmakers.
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