Secret INTEL DROP – U.S. Senators Notified!
(RestoreAmericanGlory.com) – The Department of Justice (DOJ) has told Senate Intelligence Committee members that they are currently working with the office to ensure that they can provide as much information as needed for the Committee to handle its responsibilities, without actually damaging the Special Counsel investigation into the classified documents found in the possession of both President Biden and former President Trump.
The letter was sent by Assistant Attorney General Carlos Uriarte and was publicized by CBS News. In it, Uriarte wrote to Intelligence Committee Chairman Mark Warner (D-Va.) and ranking member Marco Rubio (R-Fla.) that the DOJ had previously tried in the fall to inform lawmakers about the documents and the potential national security risks relating to them, but had failed to disclose why those efforts had been unsuccessful.
Warner and Rubio have both been pushing for the DOJ to allow the Intel panel to gain access to the classified documents in both of these cases as they are concerned about the nature of the information available within the classified documents. In a previous interview with CBS News, the two men had said that without the documents they were not able to do their job.
Last summer, an FBI raid on Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate led to the discovery of more than 300 documents, over a hundred of which bore classified markings. The documents were found a year after the former President had left office. The Department of Justice has appointed a special counsel to lead the investigation into these documents.
In recent weeks a small number of classified documents have been found in President Biden’s possession in his former Washington, D.C. office and his Delaware home. The documents date back to Biden’s time as Vice President during the Obama administration and his time as Senator. A special counsel has also been appointed to handle this case.
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