Secret Service Has Discovered Drugs in the White House Three Times Since Biden Elected

The Secret Service is closing its investigation into a cache of cocaine found at the White House earlier this month, without determining the suspect’s identity. Yet even more surprising is the fact that this is not the first cache of drugs found at the White House since Joe Biden was elected.

Rep. Lauren Boebert said after the Secret Service briefing on June 13 that marijuana has been found in the White House two times since Joe Biden took the oath of office. Yet just like in the cocaine case, no suspect was identified. Representative Boebert suspects that the Secret Service prematurely closed all three drug investigations without a suspect “because everything in this administration is about covering up for the Biden crime family.”

Crime family: Joe Biden’s son Hunter became famous for his cocaine addiction after the publication of his memoir Beautiful Things. But he is not the only addict in the Biden family.

In uncovered text messages from June 2018, Joe Biden referred to Hunter’s addiction as a hereditary “disease from mommy and me.” Other records show that Joe Biden’s daughter Ashley, his brother Frank, his niece Caroline and his late son’s widow Hallie have all had stints in rehab. Between five and seven members of the Biden family have had drug problems. Yet the Secret Service and corporate media are working to cover up this scandal.

Spiritual sickness: Widespread approval of drug use in America is a sign of a terminal spiritual sickness the Bible calls pharmakeia. It is listed as a “work of the flesh” in Galatians 5:19-20. The King James translation renders this word as “witchcraft,” but a more exact rendering is “use of drugs.”

Millions of Americans use marijuana, psychedelic mushrooms, cocaine, heroin, methamphetamines, and other drugs for moments of hallucinatory euphoria in a vain attempt to fill a spiritual void. It only seems fitting that the first family would also be beset with drug problems. This spiritual sickness is destroying the willpower of the nation.

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