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Hunter Biden

COKE CLASSIC: Secret Service Protected Hunter Biden's 2016 Rental Car Drug Binge [DETAILS]

posted by Hannity Staff - 7.10.23

Think the Secret Service will find the cocaine culprit? Don’t hold your breath.

According to a video report from The Drill Down featuring Government Accountability Institute sleuths Eric Eggers and Seamus Bruner, the Secret Service previously protected Hunter Biden back in 2016.

“Do you remember what happened in 2016 with a rental car?” Eggers asks Bruner.

“Back in 2016, when Hunter Biden returned his rental car, there was a crack pipe found inside the rental car, there was a baggie with white residue, there were also several IDs and credit cards belonging to Hunter Biden and his brother Beau, who is the Attorney General of Delaware,” Bruner says.

Watch the clip above.

The story was originally reported by Breitbart News back in 2019:

Instead of returning the car keys to the drop box where after-hours returns are supposed to go, the car was returned—according to the police report—with the keys left in the gas tank compartment of the vehicle. Also found inside the vehicle, per the police report, were two driver’s licenses both bearing Hunter Biden’s legal name Robert Biden, as well as “some credit cards with the same name,” “a secret service business card,” and an “Attorney General’s badge” all contained inside a wallet that Hertz rental employees discovered—along with a pipe that Hertz employees thought and police later confirmed was used to smoke illicit drugs, as well as “a white powdery substance in the armrest of the vehicle.”

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