Ex-Customs and Border Patrol head says it should take '30 minutes' to figure out who brought cocaine into White House

By Jen Krausz on
 July 7, 2023

Mark Morgan, a former FBI agent and acting commissioner of the Customs and Border Protection Agency, said it should only take the U.S. Secret Service about 30 minutes to figure out who brought cocaine into the White House.

Between Secret Service surveillance and cameras that capture everyone who enters and leaves the building, Morgan said it should be easy to discover the culprit.

"I was there countless times, I put my cell phone in that exact box that they're talking about. I know it well. Oftentimes, there is a marine that's standing there. This literally should take them about 30 minutes to solve," Morgan said on Wednesday.

It's a federal offense to bring an illicit substance into the White House, but Morgan said the truth about what happened will probably never come out because they still haven't publicized who leaked the Dobbs draft decision from the Supreme Court.

The suggestion: the powers that be really don't want to know who did it in either case, so they aren't trying to figure it out.

"Whether it was a series of staffers, who apparently might be deeply involved, or one staffer or Hunter Biden himself, it doesn't really matter. The reality is that you have a president and a White House that have a disregard for the law, they really don't care," Bush-era narcotics official Bobby Charles said during an interview with Just the News.