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July 18, 2023

Bits and pieces of info about the Secret Service’s “investigation” of the bag of cocaine found at the White House are still emerging. For instance, they apparently didn’t even interview anyone about it…

According to Sen. Tom Cotton, that naturally includes not asking Hunter Biden about it, because what are the odds that Hunter Biden would know anything about a bag of coke in the White House?

According to former Secret Service agent Dan Bongino, his former colleagues know exactly who the coke belongs to and are furious about the way this has been handled.

Soldier of Fortune magazine reported that a source told them the Secret Service did find fingerprints on the bag of cocaine, but a spokesman for the agency strongly denied that, saying they found no physical evidence or surveillance video leads, and without them, they had no “reasonable suspicion” to justify interviewing anyone. Seriously, NO “reasonable suspicion”?...

This looks so bad that even disgraced FBI official Andrew Weissman, who was at the center of the Russia collusion hoax, is dunking on the Secret Service. He asked on MSNBC why any investigator would tell the suspects that they had no fingerprint or video evidence before interviewing them (which they apparently never did), and in a line worthy of Sen. John Kennedy, said, “The Secret Service here looks like they can’t find a dead cow in a closet.”

Heaven knows I have my differences with the man, but when you’re right, you’re right. Frankly, at this stage, I wouldn’t be surprised if they did find a dead cow in a White House closet and refused to ask Hunter if he knew anything about it.

Now that President Biden has blurted out to the world that the US military is running out of ammo, having shipped it all to Ukraine, you’d think the Pentagon would be focusing intensely on replenishing our arsenal. But as Daniel Greenfield points out in Front Page magazine, not only are we low on ammo, but recruitment is down and nearly 40% of our attack submarines are out of commission and in need of repairs. That’s up from 28% in 2017. Currently, our Navy has only 31 subs that are operationally ready.

And what is the Pentagon “leadership” under Biden focusing intensely on? “Diversity, equity and inclusion,” silencing anti-left political dissent, providing enlistees with abortions and sex change operations, and going green to eliminate CO2 emissions (the Navy is spending $718 million, or more than 10% of its 2023 vehicle maintenance budget, on fighting global warming rather than making sure we're ready to fight China or Russia.) On the plus side, those out-of-commission subs are currently emitting no CO2 whatsoever.

Just so you don’t think I’m only picking on the Biden military leadership for having horrendous wacky priorities, his “climate czar” John “That private jet is my wife’s” Kerry is also under fire for ignoring all the tragic death, destruction and displacement of the Russia-Ukraine war to whine about how much carbon dioxide all the bombs and fires are emitting.

Related: Another thing the Pentagon might want to focus on is not making typos that reveal millions of sensitive emails and messages to the African nation of Mali.

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