Joe Biden is in big trouble because someone discovered his secret about crack pipes

There is another scandal plaguing the Biden administration.

This one involves drugs.

And Joe Biden is in big trouble because someone discovered his secret about crack pipes.

Jen Psaki and the corporate-controlled media tried to suppress a story from the Washington Free Beacon about the Biden administration providing taxpayer-funded crack pipes in “safe smoking kits” to treatment centers.

The story came up again and Psaki dismissed it as a “conspiracy theory.”

But the Washington Free Beacon brought the receipts.

Unlike corporate-controlled media “fact checkers,” the Free Beacon actually reported out the story by showing up at five harm-reduction facilities and seeing first-hand that, yes, crack pipes are included in the safe smoking kits.

The Washington Free Beacon reports:

Crack pipes are distributed in safe-smoking kits up and down the East Coast, raising questions about the Biden administration’s assertion that its multimillion-dollar harm reduction grant program wouldn’t funnel taxpayer dollars to drug paraphernalia.

The findings are the result of Washington Free Beacon visits to five harm-reduction organizations and calls to over two dozen more. In fact, every organization we visited—facilities in Boston, New York City, Washington, D.C., Baltimore, and Richmond, Va.—included crack pipes in the kits.

While the contents of safe-smoking kits vary from one organization to another—and while those from some organizations may not contain crack pipes—all of the organizations we visited made crack pipes as well as paraphernalia for the use of heroin, cocaine, and crystal methamphetamine readily available without requiring or offering rehabilitation services, suggesting that pipes are included in many if not most of the kits distributed across the country. All of the centers we visited are run by health-focused nonprofits and government agencies—the types of groups eligible to receive funding, starting this month, from the Biden administration’s $30 million grant program.

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