The bulletin was submitted to the DHS Legislative and Public Affairs Office on July 7th for review, and, according to an email obtained from ABC News, it was distributed to state, federal, and local law enforcement agencies on July 9th, but not to the public. Also, according to the network, it shows that DHS Chief of Staff John Gountanis has stopped sending the bulletin board.
“Please send this message until you have a chance to speak. [acting Secretary of Homeland Security Chad Wolf]Wrote Gonta Nice. ABC News reported.
CNN contacted DHS for comment.
News about the blocked information board comes amid concerns about Russia’s involvement in elections almost two months before the 2020 presidential election.