The totally unbiased January 6th Committee took the completely “inadvertent” step of leaking the Social Security numbers of “nearly 2,000 Trump allies and officials” in a recent document release.
As initially reported by the Washington Post, “buried in the massive cache was a spreadsheet with nearly 2,000 Social Security numbers associated with visitors to the White House in December 2020, including at least three members of [former President Donald] Trump’s Cabinet, a few Republican governors and numerous Trump allies.”
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Of course, a “former Jan. 6 committee aide” noted that while the documents “publicly underwent a review process to redact personal details and other sensitive information,” “any release of such information was inadvertent.”
Sure, it was. Isn’t it funny how every time sensitive information gets “leaked” or released, it’s always a mistake or “inadvertent?” It’s always, somehow a coincidence.
Much like most things that have come from the January 6th Committee, their explanation of pretty much anything is unbelievable.
H/T: Washington Examiner
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