Sources Claim Nat’l Security Threat Warning Refers To Russia ‘Putting Nuclear Weapons In Space’ – One America News Network

National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan speaks during a press briefing at the White House in Washington, Wednesday, Feb. 14, 2024. (AP Photo/Mark Schiefelbein)
National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan speaks during a press briefing at the White House in Washington, Wednesday, Feb. 14, 2024. (AP Photo/Mark Schiefelbein)

OAN’s James Meyers
4:05 PM – Wednesday, February 14, 2024

White House National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan is aiming to reduce fears after House Intelligence Committee Chair Representative Mike Turner urged President Joe Biden to declassify all information that is considered a “serious national security threat.”


Multiple sources familiar with the deliberations on Capitol Hill said that the intelligence findings are in regards to Russia and the country’s desire to put nuclear weapons in space. 

The nuclear weapons would reportedly not be utilized to endanger Earth, but rather, to be “used against satellites,” according to the insider source.

“It is very concerning and very sensitive,” said another insider source who spoke to the press.

Earlier on Wednesday, multiple members of Congress did not address the topic directly, but they did describe the issue as a serious matter that needs to be looked into.

“We are going to work together to address this matter, as we do all sensitive matters that are classified,” House Speaker Mike Johnson (R-La.) told reporters at the Capitol on Wednesday afternoon.

“But we just want to assure everyone that steady hands are at the wheel,” he continued.

However, social media users on X (Twitter) chimed in and accused the insider sources of fabricating the “Russian nuclear weapons in space” story in order to hide or distract from the true reason. Many pointed out that the first son’s former business partner, Tony Bobulinski, recently testified on Tuesday and claimed to have evidence proving that both Hunter and Joe Biden were secret assets for Russia, China, and other countries that pushed for access to U.S. White House dealings. Many expressed their belief that this claim regarding Russia was “merely a distraction.”

Additionally, Turner (R-Ohio.) stated that he was consolidating all of the related information in a “secure location to all members of the House” in accordance with chamber rules. 

Sullivan had previously met with top legislators on national security committees prior to Turner making his public comments. He was visibly frustrated with Turner as he expressed that he “was a bit surprised Turner came out publicly today.”

“I am a bit surprised that Congressman Turner came out publicly today in advance of a meeting on the books for me to go sit with him alongside our intelligence and defense professionals tomorrow. That’s his choice to do that,” Sullivan said.

“All I can tell you is that I’m focused on going to see him, sit with him, as well as the other House members of the Gang of Eight tomorrow, and I’m not in a position to say anything further from this podium at this time, other than to make the broad point that this administration has gone further, and in more creative, more strategic ways, dealt with the declassification of intelligence in the national interest of the United States than any administration in history,” Sullivan continued.

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