Jesse Watters Exposes Secret Service Lies On White House Cocaine 

Daily Report November 16,2023

Fox News’ Jesse Watters revealed that the Secret Service has been lying about the bag of cocaine found in the White House on July 2.

Despite sophisticated FBI crime lab analysis and surveillance footage, the Secret Service concluded its investigation with no arrest. The agency said its investigation did not find the person responsible for bringing the cocaine to the White House and that there was no fingerprint on the bag of cocaine.

“Without physical evidence, the investigation will not be able to single out a person of interest from the hundreds of individuals who passed through the vestibule where the cocaine was discovered,” Secret Service officials said in the summary.

The Secret Service’s investigation concluded that the cocaine must have been left behind by one of the hundreds of visitors who traveled in and out of the building.

Waters, however, maintains the Secret Service is lying about the result of its investigation. According to a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) filed by Fox News’s Jesse Watters Primetime, the agency has an envelope with three tubes of DNA that came from the bag of cocaine.

“They told us they didn’t find any DNA but the documents say they did,” Watters said. “Remember the coke baggies… been blown up. The Secret Service took the evidence from Quantico and they destroyed it. They didn’t want the FBI to have it. But there’s more evidence that they didn’t destroy. An envelope with three tubes of DNA. Where did they get the DNA from? They got the DNA off the baggie. So the Secret Service lied and so did the White House. They did find DNA on the baggie and the DNA was processed and has been moved to an evidence vault for preservation. So, the Secret Service has an insurance policy.”

Watters revealed that Fox News reached out to the Secret Service for an explanation and was told that three tubes contained secondary DNA. The Secret Service claimed that it did not test the DNA against samples taken from its suspect list because it would need a court order to do that. Watters added that the agency said it would destroy the DNA samples later.

“This tells me two things,” Watters added. “The secret service didn’t want to crack the case or the secret service knew the coke was found in the library and put it in a cubby and closed the case.”

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