The recent discovery of cocaine in the White House has left many people questioning how it got there and who is responsible. On Friday, radio host and author Charlemagne Tha God, along with his co-hosts on The Breakfast Club, discussed the inconclusive investigation into the White House cocaine scandal. The crew ridiculed the idea that investigators couldn't find a culprit and questioned the lack of video surveillance in the building. In this article, we will delve deeper into the details of the White House cocaine scandal and Charlemagne Tha God's opinions on the issue.
On Thursday, the U.S. Secret Service announced that it had closed its investigation into the discovery of a small bag of cocaine in the White House. The investigation was inconclusive, and the Secret Service was unable to identify a person of interest who could have brought the illegal substance into the building. The Secret Service noted that there was insufficient DNA present for investigative comparisons, and they were not able to compare evidence against the known pool of individuals.
The Breakfast Club co-host Tezlyn Figaro reported on the lack of findings on Friday's show. She stated that the cocaine was found in an area that did not have any video surveillance, and investigators were not able to identify the responsible person. The crew was skeptical of this claim, with Charlemagne Tha God questioning whether there was really a room in the White House with no video cameras.
Charlemagne Tha God was highly critical of the investigation and the lack of video surveillance in the White House. He mocked the idea that investigators couldn't find a culprit, stating that he didn't believe there was a room in the White House with no video cameras. He also brought up other incidents involving drugs found on White House premises, including reports of weed being found multiple times in 2022.
Charlemagne Tha God's guest on the show, Chico Bean, argued that it was unfair for someone who entered the Biden White House to get away with abusing cocaine while African Americans are incarcerated for similar incidents. Bean demanded that "his people" be let out of jail.
"What is up with that? That's crazy! You know how many people have been arrested in the District of Columbia for cocaine? They done found it in the White House, and they can't figure out who it belonged to. That's crazy, man. That is ridiculous," Bean said.
The Breakfast Club crew was highly critical of the lack of video surveillance in the White House. They questioned how there could be a room in the building with no cameras and theorized that whoever brought the cocaine into the White House knew there would be no surveillance. DJ Envy suggested that the person who left the cocaine in the unmonitored area knew the angle of the cameras.
"That's somebody that knew that angle," DJ Envy said.
"Yeah, that's where they do their cocaine at," Bean added. "That is the spot to do the coke, and somebody forgot and left it, and then they found it, and now they don't know who it belongs to. That's crazy."
Charlemagne Tha God and his crew also criticized the apparent hypocrisy in the federal government's handling of drug-related incidents. Bean argued that it was unfair for someone in the White House to get away with abusing cocaine while African Americans are incarcerated for similar incidents.
"If they done found cocaine in the White House and they can't identify who it is, don't identify the people who sell it in the areas around the White House either," Bean said.
The discovery of cocaine in the White House has raised questions about President Biden's promises to restore "integrity" and "decency" to the presidency. Breitbart News tweeted that law enforcement found cocaine smuggled into the White House seven times before the recent discovery, despite President Biden's promises.