Comparing Hunter Biden to Hamburglar, Cotton says Secret Service never asked him about mystery blow

Senator Tom Cotton (R-Ark.) likened Hunter Biden to McDonald’s “Hamburglar” on Sunday and blasted the “troubled” Secret Service for evidently failing to ask the first son if the cocaine found in the White House belonged to him.

Cotton has repeatedly criticized the Secret Service for its handling of the cocaine discovery.

On July 5, the senator wrote a letter to Secret Service Director Kimberly A. Cheatle, urging her to release where exactly in the White House the illegal substance was found.

“If the White House complex is not secure, Congress needs to know the details, as well as your plan to correct any security flaws,” he wrote.

Citing a lack of DNA evidence and an inability to “single out a person of interest,” the Secret Service closed its investigation last week.

Following the news, Cotton tweeted, “Someone left cocaine in one of the most secure buildings on the planet, and the Secret Service quickly determined it was impossible to find the culprit, even though a known cocaine addict lives there.”

“No serious person believes this explanation,” he wrote.

Cotton told “Fox News Sunday” host Shannon Bream that he reached out to the Secret Service, demanding answers.

“We’ve got no answers,” Cotton said. “That’s not surprising. The Secret Service is a troubled agency as it’s long had challenges. It probably needs new leadership.”

“I take this very seriously,” Cotton stressed. “I mean, what if this was anthrax?”

“This is supposed to be the most secure building in the world,” he noted. “Yet the Secret Service closed down this investigation after just a few days. It’s my understanding, they barely conducted any interviews. I don’t think they interviewed the president’s son, who’s a known cocaine addict.”

“This is like if Hamburglar lived in the White House, all the hamburgers disappeared, and they said they didn’t have any suspects or no one they could question,” Cotton said. “They know who went through those doors, so they can interview them as well.”

“If the Secret Service and President were serious about finding who brought cocaine into the White House—supposed to be the most secure building in the world—they would not have concluded their investigation so quickly with no suspects,” the senator tweeted following his appearance on Fox News.

Speaking to Bream, Cotton suggested other measures the Secret Service could have taken before giving up on finding the cocaine culprit.

“If the president were really serious about it, he could demand everybody that goes through those doors, submit to a drug test,” he said. “You can use hair testing samples and identify anyone who’s used cocaine in the last few months. Those are the steps you would take if you took this seriously. This just seems like another Biden cover-up.”


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