Director Ratcliffe has warned us many times that China is public enemy #1.
His warnings have been dire, and repeated many times by him and his office.
The intelligence claims, are also corroborated by other reports and findings such as concerns surrounding foreign actors, namely the Chinese government’s investments into Dominion systems.
A conspiracy that is playing itself out in the highest echelons of U.S. public office, A conspiracy so big that it prompted Director Ratcliffe to say cast doubt on the validity of the 2020 elections.
Now the ODNI report detailing foreign threats to the 2020 Presidential election has been delayed due to coordination issues between agencies within the federal government.
With all the aforementioned reports above, is it any wonder why?
Here is what we currently know:
NTD News reported the facts:
“This afternoon the DNI was notified by career intelligence officials that the Intelligence Community will not meet the Dec. 18 deadline, set by executive order and Congress to submit the IC’s classified assessment on foreign threats to the 2020 U.S. elections,” Amanda Schoch, a spokeswoman for the office, said in a statement.
The office confirmed that the upcoming report includes information about “relevant” foreign threats from the recent election.
“The IC has received relevant reporting since the election and a number of agencies have not finished coordinating on the product,” Schoch said, adding that Ratcliffe remains committed to an expeditious release of the report.
Dec. 18 marks 45 days after the Nov. 3 general election, when, according to Trump’s executive order in 2018, the DNI was expected to deliver a report regarding “to the maximum extent ascertainable” whether any interference attempts took place, and the nature of such interference, methods used, and who was involved and authorized such efforts.
Legacy media outlet Fox News, reported this:
"The IC has received relevant reporting since the election and a number of agencies have not finished coordinating on the product," Schoch continued. "The DNI is committed to providing this report to our customers expeditiously."
The report was expected to be released by Friday, but sources familiar told Fox News that there is a dispute within the intelligence community over what should be included in this 2020 ICA.
Sources told Fox News that a number of senior intelligence analysts are "adamant" that China sought to influence the 2020 presidential election, while a number of others are downplaying China’s activities surrounding the election.
Some analysts claim that China’s efforts were "minimal" or only plans that ultimately were not acted upon, while others are arguing there is "ample raw intelligence" about China’s intentions and actions.