There has been an arrest in the doxxing thing from last week. The arrestee is a self- described “Democratic operative” and was, as late as last month, on the staff of Sheila Jackson Lee (D-TX).
Ms. Jackson Lee’s office didn’t respond to a request for comment but her chief of staff told Politico Mr. Cosko had been fired.
Why is it the words “plausible deniability” come to mind? But is it really plausible? Can Rep. Lee actually deny anything? This is not two weeks ago – We now have the new Kavanaugh Standard in which the accusation is enough, proximity is guilt and what Rep. Lee, or her COS, has to say does not matter. Someone has been victimized by someone else – clearly Rep. Lee needs to be up before the House Ethics Committee and investigated by the FBI, post-haste.
And then there is the fact that Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) had a Chinese spy on her staff. Again, applying the Kavanaugh Standard Sen. Feinstein should be denied all access to secured information and her Senate duties curtailed until a thorough and complete investigation has been conducted.
In point of fact, given that both of these instances involve Democrats, one in the House and one in the Senate, applying the Kavanaugh Standard, all Democrats should have their security clearances revoked and their offices locked down until everyone has been thoroughly vetted.
Wait! What? You say I am over-reacting, getting a bit carried away? Well, I did not create the Kavanaugh Standard, I’m just trying to live by it.