[UPDATE: RUSSIA TO PUT NUCLEAR WEAPONS IN SPACE] – House Intel Chairman warns of new national security threat – “highly concerning and destabilizing”

The House Intelligence Committee chairman is warning of a new national security threat and is asking Joe Biden to declassify the threat so that it can be openly discussed.

Here’s the warning:

 
It’s being reported that this new national security threat is a “highly concerning and destabilizing” Russian capability:

 
[UPDATE 1]

Fox News reporter Jacqui Heinrich adds a bit more, says threat is grave but not immediate:

Source tells FOX the material Turner is asking the Biden admin to declassify deals with a concerning Russian capability – the potential seriousness of the threat is grave, however, the threat is not immediate in nature.

NSA Sullivan today on whether Americans should be worried: “I think in a way that question it is impossible to answer with a straight yes, because Americans understand that there are a range of threats and challenges in the world that we’re dealing with every single day. And those threats and challenges range from terrorism to state actors…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.”

Notice sent to members describes “an urgent matter with regard to a destabilizing foreign military capability that should be known by all Congressional Policy Makers.”

 
[UPDATE 2]

Heinrich said on Fox News the grave threat has to do with ‘space’:

 
[UPDATE 3]

ABC News is reporting that this grave threat is about Russia wanting to put nuclear weapons in space:

Two sources familiar with deliberations on Capitol Hill said the intelligence has to do with the Russians wanting to put a nuclear weapon into space.

This is not to drop a nuclear weapon onto Earth but rather to possibly use against satellites.

“It is very concerning and very sensitive,” said one source, who called it “a big deal.”


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