President Trump's former press secretary Kayleigh McEnany said there's "no way" the cocaine found at the White House belongs to Hunter Biden.
The scandalous discovery over the July Fourth weekend led many, including Trump, to suspect Joe Biden's degenerate son. But McEnany has a different view and she's making it known.
“It couldn’t have been there for days and days,” she said on Fox & Friends Thursday morning. "It had [to] have been there for, I would say, minutes before someone took notice."
The president's son is not known for his propriety, to put it mildly.
Images surfaced just days ago of Hunter Biden smoking crack behind the wheel of a car going 170 miles per hour.
The pictures were found on the notorious "laptop from hell" full of compromising emails and photographs that Hunter Biden infamously abandoned at a repair shop - likely in the midst of a drug binge.
In short, no reasonable person would say it's out of character for Hunter Biden to leave a bag of cocaine at the West Wing.
But the president's degenerate son has a sort-of alibi. When the drugs were found by Secret Service on Sunday night, Hunter was with his dad at Camp David.
The Biden family and their defenders in the media - McEnany included, it seems - have pointed to this timeline. But it doesn't rule out the chance that Hunter Biden left the drugs days before they were actually discovered.
McEnany, however, dismissed that possibility, saying the drugs could not have been left for more than a day.
"For it to be Hunter Biden, he left on Friday, he was at Camp David. There’s no way, It’s inconceivable to think cocaine could sit for a 72-hour period, so I would rule him out at this point."
There is also the possibility that Secret Service is aiding the Bidens in a cover-up. This is hardly implausible, given the high-level corruption to protect Hunter that has come to light at the Department of Justice.
It's worth recalling that Hunter's dad infamously kept classified documents in a garage where Hunter Biden had easy access. As the saying goes, the apple doesn't fall too far from the tree.
All in all, this is a decadent family that frolics in their own corruption, and they simply don't deserve the benefit of the doubt.
It's a little sad to see McEnany, who once was celebrated as a sharp warrior against the "Fake News," fall for their spin so easily. Trump must be disappointed.