According to a new report from CBS, over 50 Senators have received satellite phones in the case of a ‘disruptive event’. …
The event can be a natural disaster or man-made. …
My question is: what do they know?
What are they so afraid of?
Everyone reading this is no doubt aware that the U.S. government is coming into conflict with China—a rapidly rising power.
Could this move have anything to do with that?
Are elements of the U.S. government anticipating an EMP attack from China? Perhaps they are worried about something else. …
Everyone is wondering the same thing, and, ultimately, most are only left with more questions than answers:
Over 50 Senators issued satellite phones for emergency communication 👀
Accd to the Senate Sgt at Arms, satellite communication is being deployed "to ensure a redundant and secure means of communication during a disruptive event."
The phones “are a security backstop in the…
— CatTheGreat (@CatTheGreat_) May 22, 2023
It’s been reported that the Senate sergeant at arms has offered all 100 senators satellite phones for security. This is in Lou of the J6 debacle according to the port 50 of those senators have taken advantage of this. What I wanna know is what about the rest of the Americans?
— Raymond Hamilton (@rhamilton9256) May 22, 2023
CBS News provided these details:
In testimony before the Senate Appropriations Committee last month, Senate Sergeant at Arms Karen Gibson said satellite communication is being deployed “to ensure a redundant and secure means of communication during a disruptive event.”
Gibson said the phones are a security backstop in the case of an emergency that “takes out communications” in part of America.
Federal funding will pay for the satellite airtime needed to utilize the phone devices.
“[Senate Sergeant at Arms Karen] Gibson said the phones are a security backstop in the case of an emergency that ‘takes out communications’ in part of America.”
— BeingHelpish 🌻 ☮️ (@BeingHelpish) May 22, 2023
SO many questions.
1) Why just 50?
2) Why just the Senate?
3) Satellite phones have been around for a long time, why now?
— Just Kevin (@JustKevinThree) May 22, 2023
Western Journal adds:
Citing numerous people familiar with the matter, CBS News reported all 100 senators were recently offered the phones.
More than 50 took Senate Sergeant at Arms Karen Gibson up on the offer.
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