The bulletin was submitted to the DHS Legislative and Public Affairs Office for review on July 7, according to emails received by ABC News, to be distributed to state, federal and local law enforcement on July 9, but not to the public. Also show that according to the Emails Network, DHS Commander-in-Chief John Countenis prevented the bulletin from being sent out.
“Please stop sending this until you get a chance to speak [acting Secretary of Homeland Security Chad Wolf], “Wrote Countess, according to ABC News.
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The blocked intelligence comes almost two months before the 2020 presidential election, amid concerns over Russian interference in the election.