Sunday, March 29, 2009

VP Biden Daughter in Coke Challenge

With a drug war blazing on the US/Mexico border, Vice-President 'Joey Plugs' Biden's own daughter may by helping fund the drug cartels. Ashley Biden reportedly has been videoed snorting cocaine at a party this month in Willmington, Delaware. This can't be good for the current resident of the White House and any connection to drug use. That might explain why The One laughed and giggled his way through last Sunday's interview on 60 Minutes.

The woman is seen putting a red straw into her nostril and snorting lines of white powder. She is then heard to say the line was not long enough. The New York Post writes, the woman on the video "appears to resemble Ashley Biden, 27, a social worker for a Delaware child-welfare agency and a visible presence during her father's campaign for the White House."

The video was made by an anonymous male acquaintance of Ashley who was apparently aware she was being videoed. The videographer had originally asked the NYP for $2mil for the 90 seconds of video, then dropped the price to $400K when the paper refused to pay. A man is seen behind Ms. Biden who Thomas Dunlap, a lawyer representing the seller, identified as a former boyfriend of Ashley Biden.

Joey Plugs, a long time outspoken anti-drug crusader, coined the term "drug czar" during a 1982 campaign for a more forceful "war on drugs." At the recent E-Town Hall Meeting, Resident Obama was asked by Net potheads if legalization of marijuana would help fix the economic crisis, to which The One said 'no, it probably wouldn't'. As a self-admitted cokehead himself, I wonder if he would be more receptive to legalizing cocaine.

Ashley Biden, writes RadarOnLine, has a history of drug use and police contact. While attending college in New Orleans, she was arrested in 1999 for possession of marijuana. The charges were dismissed. The Los Angeles Times reported that Ms. Biden was arrested in 2002 on misdemeanor charges outside a Chicago bar for obstructing a police officer in the performance of his duties.

As this scandal gains momentum, Tom Dunlap of the Washington, D.C. firm Dunlap, Grubb and Weaver has dumped his videographer client. Dunlap told RadarOnline Sunday that he did not want to be involved in the case due to the publicity surrounding the incident.

What the hell kind of lawyer doesn't want a high profile case involving high profile persons? Maybe the kind who've been paid a visit by friends of Joey Plugs with shadowy help from Obama operatives. One wonders.




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1 comment:

Thinking for Myself said...

I am not one bit surprised at this news. If it wasn't for Matt Drudge, we wouldn't have heard about it either, most likely. I like your posts, by the way.

Wes Patterson