Hunter Biden Claims Under Oath He Hasn’t Done Drugs Since June 2019

While in court on Wednesday, Hunter Biden claimed under oath that he had not taken illegal drugs since June 2019 — despite many people suspecting that he was the culprit behind the recent discovery of a bag of cocaine inside the White House, and despite recently being spotted visiting his lawyer who was seen smoking a bong during the visit.

During the court appearance, Hunter Biden was asked by U.S. District Judge Maryellen Noreika about his sobriety.

“When was the last time that you used, ingested, or were under the influence of any drug, legal or illegal, medication, or alcoholic beverage of any kind?” the judge asked, according to a transcript of the hearing obtained by the nonprofit research group Marco Polo.

“June of 2019, Your Honor,” Hunter responded.

“All right. And so, just to be clear, you are not presently under the influence of any drug, legal or illegal, medication, or alcoholic beverage of any kind, is that correct?” the judge asked.

“Yes, Your Honor,” he replied.

The conditions of Hunter’s release signed by Noreika include a prohibition on consuming any drugs or alcohol. If he violates that condition, he could be sent to jail. He has also been ordered not to possess firearms, to submit to random drug tests, and to obtain a job.

Meanwhile, there is circumstantial evidence that Hunter could have been lying when he claimed that he had been clean since June 2019.

On July 21, he visited the Los Angeles home of his lawyer, Kevin Morris — who was photographed during that visit smoking from a bong on his balcony. It is unclear what substance he was smoking, as almost any drug can be smoked from a bong — including marijuana, which is legal in California. Obviously, there is no evidence that Hunter joined Morris in smoking while he was there, but putting himself in that situation as an addict could have tempted him.

On July 2, a bag of white powder later identified as cocaine was discovered in the White House. Reports were updated several times as to the location where the bag was found, and the Biden administration and their allies in the mainstream media have repeatedly tried to assert that the bag — which somehow made it into one of the most secure buildings in the world — was brought in by a tourist. A subsequent investigation turned up no suspects.

Critics have laid the blame for the cocaine on the only person able to enter the White House without a security check with a known history of drug abuse — Hunter Biden.

This suspicion was aided by a video of Hunter from the White House’s Fourth of July celebration that went viral, where he looked excessively sweaty and appeared to sniff something while hiding behind President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden.

In light of these incidents, many critics have called for the judge to immediately force Hunter to take a drug test.