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Scaremongering Sen. Warner: ‘People Will Die’ If Mar-a-Lago Docs Go Public

'The record of our intelligence committee of keeping secrets secret, that’s why the Intelligence Committee shares information with us... '

(Jacob Bruns, Headline USA) Radical leftist and security state pawn Sen. Mark Warner boldly proclaimed that “people will die” if documents from the FBI’s militarized Mar-a-Lago raid go public, the Conservative Treehouse reported.

Warner, who chairs the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, is presumably aware of the content in the yet-unreleased documents taken from former President Donald Trump’s Florida home.

All indications point towards the documents containing information regarding the SSCI’s attempt to block Trump from getting elected in 2016, which would explain Warner’s reluctance to release that information to Congress and the general public.

Warner made the statement in an appearance on CBS’s Face the Nation. Host Margaret Brennan asked Warner whether American could come together today, like it did after 9/11.

“One thing that is potentially quite explosive is this ongoing investigation of the justice — by the Justice Department of the former president and his handling of classified information. You’ve asked for a briefing from the intelligence community,” Brennan said.

“Given how sensitive this is, why should anything be shared with Congress, given that this is an ongoing investigation?”

Warner began his response by praising himself for his work on the SSCI.

“Because as the chairman of the Intelligence Committee, and I’m very proud of our committee, or the last functioning, bipartisan committee, I believe in- in the whole Congress.”

He also noted that the Congress cannot be trusted with sensitive information because that information ought to remain exclusively in the hands of the so-called “intelligence community.”

“The Vice Chairman and I have asked for a briefing of the damages that could have arisen from mishandling of this information, and I believe it’s our congressional duty to have that oversight. Remember, what’s at stake here is the fact that if some of these documents involve human intelligence, and that information got out, people’s- will die–”

“The record of our intelligence committee of keeping secrets secret, that’s why the Intelligence Committee shares information with us,” Warner concluded.

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