Michael Ramirez: Cocaine-Gate 07-17-23
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WHITE HOUSE INSECURITY by Michael Ramirez
I just watched Mission Impossible: Dead Reckoning Part One this weekend. Tom Cruise never fails to deliver. These movies are a high-octane, action-packed delight, with incredible stunts and fictional technology that can decipher any secret, mimic any person, and identify any culprit.
The latest edition of the Mission Impossible movie series lives up to that formula and delivers more.
In the real world, even the most advanced security in the most secure residence in the world cannot seem to tell who might have brought a bag of cocaine into the West Wing of the White House. The Secret Service announced that they have closed the investigation, and failed to find a suspect. Their justification was with 500 staff members and visitors who passed through security during that weekend, it’s not worth the time to interview them all.
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