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House Intel Chair Issues Cryptic Warning About “Serious National Security Threat”

In a vague statement released Wednesday morning by the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence (HPSCI), Chairman Mike Turner (R-OH) raised a “serious national security threat” of which lawmakers have been briefed.

“Today, the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence has made available to all Members of Congress information concerning a serious national security threat,” Chairman Turner said in a statement posted to X.

“I am requesting that President Biden declassify all information relating to this threat so that Congress, the Administration, and our allies can openly discuss the actions necessary to respond to this threat,” he added.

Beyond this scant statement, Chairman Turner told his fellow lawmakers in a “Dear Colleague” letter this week that his committee had “identified an urgent matter with regard to a destabilizing foreign military capability that should be known by all Congressional Policy Makers.”

The HPSCI was previously said to be working on making some “space related” committee material available to all members of Congress, presumably the information mentioned by Turner in his statement and letter to lawmakers.

According to NBC News, Democrats also called the matter “a serious issue that could lead to a destabilizing situation and a national security threat” and confirmed it was a “potential foreign threat,” but did not tell the outlet which foreign entity from which the threat emanated.

The chances of the threat becoming known to the public even without Biden using his declassification power will increase as more members of Congress are briefed on the matter, though it’s impossible to know the timeline for when the threat will come into clearer focus.

In Wednesday’s White House press briefing taking place just after the warnings from Congress were released, Biden’s National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan refused to say that Americans should be assured there’s nothing imminent of which to be fearful. Instead, he insisted “I am confident that President Biden in the decisions that he is taking is going to ensure the security of the American people going forward.”

READ 34 COMMENTS
  • EZ says:

    time for a coup

  • TD says:

    Jake Sullivan formerly know as Frankenstein is a lying piece of shit and I would not believe a word he says, He is security nothing, The security threat is probably letting 6 million illegal aliens come. into the country, mostly military age males, Thats on Jake Sullivan and Biden and Mayorkas, Hope Mayorkas can’t be on the job while he is going to trial, Why dos the democrats want to let 6 million illegal people into the country they know nothing about

  • Muddy10 says:

    Biden and his handlers are the threat to America.

  • Peggy says:

    THen why bring it up if your not going to tell us.

    • Good bye Treasonist from the top down and out says:

      Because the threat has been leaked from the inside of the states. Watch all of them scramble to figure out where it come from. LOL.. This government will be obliterated in 48 states in 2025. The Agenda has their balls in a knott. They can’t’ and will never know the date of delivery. They are scared Cowards, because the enivetable is coming, and they can’t Control it. American Militia is a mighty POWER here in the US and abroad.

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