By: Brian Evans

This week, the Democrat Party appears to have sunk to new and even illegal lows. In fact, it appears that they are determined to influence change by using force and intimidation against our elected leaders in Washington.

In one-act of desperation this week, the Democrat Party sent a letter to the Montgomery County Maryland Police Department and State’s Attorney’s office to open an investigation into Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s behavior as a teenager in the summer of 1982, regardless of corroborating evidence showing that all of the alleged witnesses have refuted her claim, and the fact that she cannot reveal where it happened, or when, other than the year 1982. Regardless, the Democrat Party requested that the Montgomery County officials launch an investigation into the alleged crime.

On Friday, the Montgomery County Police and State’s Attorney’s office responded to Democrats by stating that the alleged criminal acts of assault and attempted rape were both misdemeanors in 1982, and subject to a one-year statute of limitations. Therefore, they said that the alleged criminal act should have been reported in 1983. Also, the indicated that even then, it would have been difficult to prove, since the victim has no idea what she is talking about, and her “witnesses” all refute her allegations against Kavanaugh. The Baltimore Sun released the following…

Then, after their attempt to get the Montgomery County Police, and the State’s Attorney’s Office to proceed as they wanted, and after they were failing to stop his nomination from heading to the floor of the Senate for a vote, Republican Senators Mike Lee (R-UT), Lyndsey Graham (R-SC) and Orrin Hatch (R-UT) were doxed Thursday on Wikipedia.

As a result, Republicans on the Senate Judiciary Committee, who pushed to have Kavanaugh’s Judicial appointment advanced to the Senate floor, had their home addresses and phone numbers published on their Wikipedia Thursday. In fact, the Gateway Pundit reported that shortly after Lindsey Graham went off on Senate Democrats for destroying Kavanaugh’s life in order to derail his confirmation, Republicans were doxed.

Doxing is…

an effective cyber-weapon that can be used against an anonymous online target who’s miles away by publishing private or identifying information about (a particular individual) on the Internet, typically with malicious intent.

The victims in this weeks doxxing event included Republican Senators Mike Lee, Orrin Hatch of Utah, and Lindsey Graham, according to the Washington Times. They reported…

According to Caleb Hull, editor of the Independent Journal Review, the wife of Mr. Hatch “has been receiving calls nonstop ON HER BIRTHDAY and their home address was made public.”

CongressEdits, a bot account that for four years automatically retweets edits to Wikipedia made anonymously from IP addresses associated with the U.S. Congress, said the information was also posted on Mr. Lee and Mr. Graham “from US House of Representatives.”

The article auto-posted screen shots supporting the edits being made and noting the inclusion of private information, a practice known as “doxxing.”

Unfortunately, this doxxing event appears to have been perpetrated from a computer within the House of Representatives itself! After close inspection of the IP address (143.231.249.130) of the computer where the doxxing originated, and after an investigation by internet sleuth Mike Tokes, the IP addresses that the doxxing originated from was from within a Congressional office in the House of Representatives. This was brought to the attention of National Security expert David Reaboi, who said the IP address when followed, leads to the computer of Democrat Representative Maxine Waters.

4plebs appears to have identified the person or persons who perpetrated the doxxing, and she works in Maxine Waters’s office. They said…

That much is in Wikipedia (https://twitter.com/MikeTokes/status/1045457314482778112).

From there, a google search reveals that this IP address posted a comment on AUGUST 22, 2018. Very recently: http://www.monocacyboard.org/mboard/msg/60699.html

Kathleen Sengstock, a staffer for Maxine waters, posted from this IP.

https://www.c-span.org/person/?kathleensengstock
https://twitter.com/kathleensengsto?lang=en

So, one of Maxine Waters’ staffers has posted from that IP. I’m not sure how subnetting works in the House of Reps. But I would assume that for security purposes each rep would get their own router. Can anyone confirm? Continuing to search.

Now, the question would have to be, was the person who doxed Republican Senate Judicial officials Kathleen Sengstock, or was it someone else from Maxine Waters office, or Waters herself?

Now, Rand Paul is calling for an investigation into who doxed Senate Judiciary Committee Republicans, in order to determine who it was, and punish the perpetrators who published the personal information of three Republican senators during the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing with Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh and Christine Blasey Ford. He said…

“Yesterday there was an attempt to incite people by publishing the personal information of Senators – including home addresses, endangering them & their families. This should be investigated & the perpetrators punished. There is too much hatred and violence in politics these days.”

Lyndsey Graham has confirmed that he received “a bunch of people beating on my door,” following the doxxing. Also, he said that he has had to change his phone number as well. Although Senators Mike Lee, and Orin Hatch were also subjected to doxxing, we don’t have information as to the consequences for them, as of yet.

Doxing is a fairly new tactic, and its legal repercussions may seem murky, but doxing is illegal, and considered highly unethical. It’s illegality doesn’t matter whether it is done against a federal employee, a state employee, or a regular person. Fortunately, there are federal and state laws that specifically address doxing government employees. With regular citizens, doxing falls under various state criminal laws, such as stalking, cyberstalking, harassment, threats, and other such laws, which is dependent on the state laws and regulations.

Meanwhile, as other Republican Senate offices have already faced a multitude of threats, which include threats of rape, violence, intimidation, and so much more, we must stop these criminals. After all, these threats are meant to intimidate Senators in order to change their votes on Kavanaugh, as well as a multitude of other issues facing our nation. This doxing incident appears to be meant to do the same. Sadly, our nations capital has turned from a place of government, into a swamp infested cesspool, filled with those who would use communist tactics to influence our leaders into casting their votes based on fear and intimidation, rather than the needs of their constituents. It sets a dangerous precedent, and we must stop these perpetrators, before our nation becomes the next Soviet Union, Cuba, China, or Venezuela.

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