Many people believe that the cocaine belonged to Hunter Biden, the adult son of President Joe Biden and a known drug addict. The Biden administration continues to revise its narrative surrounding the location of the illegal drugs. With the latest coordination of the secret stash of cocaine revealed, a second viable suspect has emerged, raising questions about the extent of the conspiracy within the highest levels of government.
Initial reports from the White House claimed that the cocaine was found in a heavily frequented area where visitors taking tours of the West Wing were instructed to leave their cell phones. Later it was revealed that the drugs were actually found in a highly secure area near the Situation Room. The area is inaccessible to the general public and even described as the parking spot for the vice president’s vehicle.
The proximity of the cocaine to Vice President Kamala Harris’s vehicle raises concerns about her past involvement in prosecuting drug cases as the San Francisco district attorney. Harris faced a cocaine-related scandal in 2010 when a state judge ruled that she failed to disclose required information to defense attorneys.
This failure became apparent when one of Harris’s top deputies doubted the reliability of a crime lab technician who was later caught stealing cocaine from the lab. The incident raised doubts about the integrity of numerous cases.
Critics argue that Harris had a moral and professional obligation to disclose this information to defense attorneys representing clients charged with drug-related offenses tied to the compromised lab technician. Her failure to do so led to the dismissal of approximately 1,000 drug-related cases, including those that had already resulted in convictions. These events highlight accusations that Harris systematically violated the defendants’ civil and constitutional rights.
Further suspicions arise from Harris’s connection to Willie Brown, her former lover. Brown notably defended a wealthy San Francisco cocaine dealer indicted for trafficking large quantities of the illegal substance. As speaker of the California state assembly at the time, Brown appeared as an attorney for Lester “White Boy” Smith, who was arrested for attempting to purchase 220 pounds of cocaine from undercover officers. Brown advocated for leniency, describing Smith as a “model young man” who had made a mistake. Smith, however, was arrested again for drug dealing after being released on bail and eventually received a lengthy prison sentence.
Harris’s relationship with Brown, which took place from 1994 to 1995, has raised concerns about potential favoritism and his role in advancing her career. Brown openly admitted assisting Harris in her political endeavors, including her campaign for district attorney in San Francisco. These connections have prompted scrutiny and speculation.
While it is important to note that these circumstances do not provide concrete evidence, they raise questions about Harris’s history with cocaine and the discovery of drugs near her vehicle. Whether these connections are mere coincidences or indicative of a deeper conspiracy will probably never be known as the White House has shouted down the investigation.