Cocaine in the West Wing!

ANDREA'S ADMISSION: MSNBC Concedes Cocaine in Place 'Average People Can't Get In' [WATCH]

posted by Hannity Staff - 7.07.23

MSNBC host Andrea Mitchell was forced to concede on Thursday that the bag of cocaine found in the White House was discovered in an area “average people just can’t get in.”

“It was found, by my observation, in a much more secure place — limited access place than that West Wing reception area there,” Mitchell said.

“It is still a publicly-trafficked, frequently-trafficked place, but it’s down near the Situation Room right off West Executive [Drive] down below. And normal people — just average people just can’t get in there even with the entry for the Northwest Gate.”

Watch the clip above.

Reporter Kelly O’Donnell agreed with Mitchell, adding, “They’re saying the West Executive entrance, which as you noted, is closer to the Situation Room and closer to the Navy mess where there’s the facilities for food and so forth. It is also next to West Executive Drive. That’s where, for example, the Vice President’s vehicle is parked.”

From Breitbart News:

The Secret Service confirmed to Breitbart News that the entrance where a plastic baggie of cocaine was found is the entrance to the lower level of the West Wing that is facing the Eisenhower Executive Office Building, which is to the west.

That entrance is used by administration officials, staffers and official visitors, such as officials from other agencies. It is not open to the general public, but White House staffers can bring personal guests once they submit their personal information, undergo a background check and are cleared by the Secret Service.

White House officials continue to insist the area is “heavily trafficked.”

More over at Breitbart News:

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