A fire alarm went off at the Cannon House Office Building on Saturday in an apparent effort to delay a House voting on a continuing-resolution bill that would extend government funding by 45 days in order to avoid a shutdown. Capitol Police quickly reviewed surveillance footage after the story was published and determined that Rep. Jamaal Bowman (D-NY) was responsible.
BREAKING: Capitol police release photo of Jamaal Bowman pulling the fire alarm. pic.twitter.com/XpUoEu9lU4
— Greg Price (@greg_price11) September 30, 2023
The Capitol Hill Police’s ability to review footage and release stills from the footage stands in stark contrast to that of the White House Secret Service, who were unable to identify the person responsible for bringing cocaine into the White House just a few short months ago.
Do you remember the story? The media and the White House certainly hope that you have forgotten about this story. As far as the public is concerned, it remains unsolved. However, all evidence points towards a massive cover-up. The official story of the cocaine’s discovery changed several times in the days following the initial publication. This was mainly due to the change in the location. The White House announced an investigation, but from the start, it was obvious that they didn’t expect to be able to determine who had left the cocaine.
It is almost impossible to bring cocaine accidentally or intentionally into the White House, as it is one of the safest buildings in the entire world. It’s also highly unlikely that surveillance footage doesn’t show how the cocaine ended up where it did.
We have never seen a single grainy screenshot showing the cocaine bag being dropped at the White House. Nor are we supposed to believe that there was any fingerprint or DNA evidence linking it to anyone. Dan Bongino was a Secret Service Agent. According to him, his former Secret Service colleagues are furious and know who brought the Cocaine into the White House. The Secret Service ended their investigation quickly, citing the lack of evidence.
How is it that a video of Bowman setting off the fire alarm and a photo released the day after the incident was found, but there are no publicly available videos showing how the cocaine entered the White House or who brought it to date?
The answer is obvious. The only way that people with ties to the first family could have gotten the drugs into the White House was to go around security checks. Given the level of security at the White House, there’s no doubt that we don’t have any evidence to tell us who brought cocaine into the White House. However, the White House hid it to protect someone near Joe Biden.