Oh yeah, nothing troubling about this.
Courtesy of the AP:
The nation’s top intelligence official has informed Congress that his office will no longer give in-person election security briefings on Capitol Hill, a move that raised concern among lawmakers Saturday about the public’s right to know about foreign interference in the upcoming presidential election.
President Donald Trump said National Intelligence Director John Ratcliffe made the decision because the administration “got tired” of intelligence about election security leaking from Congress.
“They leaked the information … and what’s even worse, they leaked the wrong information and we got tired of it,” Trump told reporters while attending a briefing on Hurricane Laura in Orange, Texas. He didn’t offer details to support his statement.
So wait, the American people do not have the right to know if their elections are secure?
Not to be paranoid or anything, but this seems like the kind of thing an administration might do if they did not want the voters to know that they were being helped to win an election by a foreign power.
You know, just pulling an example out of the air.