Rubio Says Schumer Threw MASSIVE ‘Temper Tantrum’ To Block Intel Briefing On Election Interference (VIDEO)

Well look what we have here, it’s more of Democrats trying to block the truth from getting out to the American people. Color me not shocked.

According to Senator Marco Rubio of Florida, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer through a massive “Temper Tantrum” in an attempt to block Intel briefings on election interference. Now I wonder why that is Chuckie?

Here’s what The Daily Caller says:

Rubio, the acting chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee, noted that Schumer and other congressional Democrats have recently demanded more election-related intelligence briefings.

Democrats had complained that John Ratcliffe, the director of national intelligence, planned to end in-person briefings because of leaks of classified information about foreign governments’ efforts to meddle in the upcoming election.

Ratcliffe later reversed course and agreed to provide some briefings to intelligence committees.

Bill Evanina, the director of the National Counterintelligence and Security Center for the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, was scheduled to brief the Senate Intelligence Committee about election-related interference. (RELATED: Rubio Expects More Indictments In Durham Probe)

During a speech on the Senate floor, Rubio asked consent to hold the briefing with Evanina.

Schumer blocked the request by invoking the so-called “two-hour rule,” which governs when Senate committees can meet while the Senate is in session.

“The Senate Intelligence Committee was scheduled to have a briefing today with Director Evanina, who leads our nation’s election security efforts. However, Senator Schumer had a temper tantrum over the Supreme Court and used a procedural move to cancel the Committee’s briefing,” Rubio said.

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Gypsie Rose
Gypsie Rose
2 years ago

Dear me, did auto correct confuse through and threw? Or did Shummer really through a massive fit?