Battle for the Truth: Sen Warner & Rubio in Showdown to Receive Classified Docs

Senators Mark Warner (D-VA) and Marco Rubio (R-FL) have not yet been told when they will receive classified documents retrieved by intelligence officials.
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It is shocking that Biden has kept saved material so deep within his own political past. It makes many wonder what has been compromised among our nation’s security protocols and if any of Biden’s questionable decisions have put the safety of all Americans in danger. The amount of senility shown by the President is alarming, as his dementia could imply that Biden could have failed America through a weakened and highly compromised intelligence network.

Washington Examiner reports, Senators Mark Warner (D-VA) and Marco Rubio (R-FL) have not yet been told when they will receive classified documents retrieved by intelligence officials.

Both senators serve on the Senate Intelligence Committee, with Warner as chairman and Rubio as vice chairman. Committee members expect to receive documents found at former President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago home, as well as those found at former President Joe Biden’s Wilmington, Delaware home and former think tank.

WATCH Warner, Rubio’s remarks HERE

There is a lack of understanding when it comes to the importance of the documents that were exposed to unknown individuals.

Politico reports, the Justice Department told the Senate Intelligence Committee in a letter dated Saturday and obtained by POLITICO that prosecutors were actively working to find ways to share information with the intelligence panel. However, DOJ practice limited the amount of information that could be shared about ongoing investigations, such as the special prosecutor probes involving Trump and Biden.

Carlos Uriarte, DOJ’s legislative affairs chief, in a two-page letter stating “ We are working with the Office of the Director of National Intelligence to support the provision of information that will satisfy the Committee’s responsibilities without harming the ongoing Special Counsel investigations,”

The DOJ had separately informed the House Judiciary Committee earlier in January that it would not be sharing information about ongoing investigations.

Although Warner acknowledged that Avril Haines is in charge of classification issues, he said Congress could take broad action by writing guidance on classification for executive agencies.

Senate Intelligence Committee Chairman Mark Warner (D-VA) and Vice Chairman Marco Rubio (R-FL) have expressed shock and disappointment that the timeline for receiving classified documents found at President Joe Biden’s former think tank and Wilmington, Delaware home, is still uncertain. Both senators are concerned about these potential security compromises, particularly when President Biden has made failed promises to put America’s safety first. It appears that the senility of his dementia is doing a disservice to our nation. It is time for us to demand accountability from Biden before it’s too late; our country’s security should never be compromised.

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