January 6 Committee Exposes 2,000 Social Security Numbers of Republicans & Family Members in Massive Dox

Becker News has a commentary that begins:

The January 6 committee exposed little new during its 18-month exercise in tedious political theatrics advertised under the banner of being an “investigation.”

This J6 “investigation” failed to give us any new info on the DNC pipe bomber, why Ray Epps is free when he said he “orchestrated” a Capitol breach, why J6 political prisoners are still being held for crimes that are effectively trespassing, the missing 14,000 hours of J6 video or what the hell the FBI or Nancy Pelosi did to stop the capitol from being overrun by extremists, despite knowing about the threat weeks in advance.

But amidst its cherry-picked narratives, maudlin hysterics, exclusion of exculpatory evidence, lack of counter-balancing testimony, and outright lies, the J6 committee was able to achieve something. It was able to expose nearly 2,000 Social Security numbers of Republicans, GOP governors and their family members in what amounts to a massive “dox.”

Read more at Becker News.   Regardless of whether one shares political views, can we agree that if identity info as described has been publicly exposed, that’s problematic?

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