After cocaine was found at the White House over the weekend, betting agencies are jumping on the speculation train, considering Hunter Biden as the most probable person to be involved.
The international betting platform BetOnline.ag places Hunter Biden at +170 odds as the person most likely responsible, topping the list of possible culprits. The list includes a sprinkling of humorous possibilities.
Travis Kelce, the tight end for the Kansas City Chiefs, comes next with +800 odds, followed by "One of the Jonas Brothers" at +1000 odds, and Angelina Jolie at +1400 odds. Occupying the least likely spots are President Biden and First Lady Jill Biden, with odds of +15000 and +10000 respectively.
Who owns the cocaine found in the White House?
Hunter Biden +200
Travis Kelce +800
One of the Jonas Brothers +1000
Angelina Jolie +1200
Maddox Jolie-Pitt +1200
Ariana Madix +1200
Member of LSU Lady Tigers +1400
Member of UConn Men’s Team +1400
Snoop Dogg +1600
Edward Lee +1600… pic.twitter.com/4BVHQccWvy
— BetOnline.ag (@betonline_ag) July 5, 2023
Another betting site, Sportsbetting.ag, mirrors the same lineup and odds as BetOnline.ag, marking Hunter Biden as the clear front-runner. Notably, Hunter was present at the White House to watch the Fourth of July fireworks in Washington, D.C.
Bovada, a sportsbook based in Costa Rica, offers slightly better odds for Hunter. They consider a "Tour Group Guest" as the top suspect with -400 odds, followed by Hunter with +200 odds. Following Hunter are "Janitorial Staff" with +1000 odds and a "Secret Service Special Agent" with +2000 odds.
Bovada also offers a list of unconventional suspects, including the fictional character Tony Montana from the 1983 movie "Scarface" at astounding +50000 odds. Former President Trump is also included in the lineup with +5000 odds.
The cocaine was discovered in the West Wing of the White House on Sunday, in an area accessible to guests and staff. This resulted in an evacuation of the building and an emergency response. At the time of the incident, President Biden was not present.
The event has since sparked a series of jokes and become fodder for criticism from potential Republican presidential candidates for the 2024 election.
President Trump attacked the Biden family after the cocaine discovery.
"Does anybody really believe that the COCAINE found in the West Wing of the White House, very close to the Oval Office, is for the use of anyone other than Hunter & Joe Biden," Trump wrote Wednesday on his social media site Truth Social.
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