Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) claims that he does not reportedly believe that Hunter Biden is the owner of the cocaine that was discovered in the White House this week.
During the most recent episode of the “Verdict” podcast, which he co-hosted with Ben Ferguson, Cruz made the comments.
“You know, my guess is it probably isn’t Hunter’s. I don’t know that, obviously. We know that Hunter has a drug problem. We know that he has used cocaine and use crack cocaine in the past. But I doubt Hunter Biden is going in the West Wing all that often and going in that entrance all that often.” Cruz remarked
“I think it is in all likelihood someone who works in the Biden administration, some senior Biden official, which makes the cover-up all that the more astonishing,” he continued.
On Sunday evening, officials discovered a little bag of white powder, and later testing determined that it was cocaine.
Cruz asserted that he found it difficult to believe that the perpetrator had not previously been identified given the number of cameras the Secret Service and other authorities had in place to monitor the White House compound.
“That’s insane. And the only reason they would put out a statement saying we will never know who it was, is the same reason why the DOJ and the FBI is engaged in a cover-up of Hunter Biden’s acts of criminality, of Joe Biden’s acts of criminality. Sadly, this administration is more than willing to politicize, look, it would be embarrassing if we discover that a senior White House aide is bringing cocaine into the west wing to do schedule-one, serious drugs in the White House. And so their answer instead is, of course, we’re not going to prosecute it. We’re not going to investigate it. And you know what, we’ll just never know who did it.” he concluded.