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Maxine Waters Angrily Denies Allegation Someone in Her Office Doxxed GOP Senators

Maxine Waters Angrily Denies Allegation Someone in Her Office Doxxed GOP Senators

“This suggests she doesn’t have the temperment to be a Member of Congress.”

During the testimony by Dr. Ford and Judge Kavanaugh this week, someone doxxed three Republican senators by adding their home addresses and private phone numbers to Wikipedia.

Gateway Pundit and RedState have claimed in separate reports that the internet footprints lead to someone in the House of Representatives office of California Congresswoman Maxine Waters. She denies the charge.

Aris Folley reports at The Hill:

Maxine Waters responds to ‘despicable’ accusations her office leaked GOP senators’ information

Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Calif.) denied allegations being pedaled by “ultra-right wing” pundits and outlets claiming that a member of her staff was responsible for the release of personal information regarding U.S. senators.

Waters’ statement arrives on the heels of reports this week stating that three Republican senators’ personal information was leaked just hours after the Senate Judiciary Committee heard the testimony of Christine Blasey Ford, a college professor who accused Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault while they were in high school.

The three Republican senators whose information was leaked onto Wikipedia were reportedly Lindsey O. Graham (S.C.) , Mike Lee and Orrin G. Hatch (Utah), according to The Washington Post…

“Lies, lies, and more despicable lies,” Waters said in a statement shared to Twitter on Saturday. “I am utterly disgusted by the spread of the completely false, absurd, and dangerous lies and conspiracy theories that are being pedaled by ultra-right wing pundits, outlets, and websites who are promoting a fraudulent claim that a member of my staff was responsible for the release of the personal information of Member of United States Senate on Wikipedia.”

Here’s her full statement:

Some people have noted the tone of Waters’ response. Twitchy reports:

Let’s apply the new rules to Rep. Maxine Waters’ angry denial that a staffer of hers doxxed GOP senators

As Twitchy reported, a handful of Republican senators had their personal information, such as home phone numbers and addresses, published on Wikipedia this week as they were questioning SCOTUS nominee Brett Kavanaugh about allegations of sexual assault. The IP address suggested that the edits were coming from a computer in the House of Representatives.

Word got around that the edits had been made by a staffer in Rep. Maxine Waters’ office.

You know what they say about payback, right?


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    Arminius in reply to Ragspierre. | September 30, 2018 at 11:08 pm

    I agreed with you on another thread that if it was weak of the Republican Senators to fold and ask for an FBI investigation, then it was also weak for Trump to alter it.

    As information comes in (see, I am persuadable) I’m beginning to change my position. It could turn out that Trump, McConnell, and Grassley sandbagged the Dems. I’m not saying it’s a certainty, just that it’s a viable possibility. If so, the answer to your question that it’s, “Politically shrewd, but is it right?” is yes on both accounts. If you recall my agreement with you also included the fact that other things were more worthy of investigation. I believe laws were violated to get this result. I specifically cited 18 U.S.C. § 1001, the same one Grassley cited in his letter, although I did so in a different but I still believe a valid context. If, IF, it turns out the Republicans outfoxed the Dems, I applaud it.

      Arminius in reply to Arminius. | September 30, 2018 at 11:10 pm

      *…order it” not “alter it.”

      “the Republicans outfoxed the Dems…”

      Never happen. What the dems can’t win by brains, they hysterically protest by violence and slander ( – given the media, education and government being as corrupt as it is.)

      Trump showed up to win against the leftist onslaught in this country.

      The Republican leadership hasn’t the talent, the guts, the patriotism, nor the honesty, nor the character to be anything like Trump. We need to boot them out by the ass and rebuild. Until that happens, we might as well form a third party.

        Close The Fed in reply to | October 1, 2018 at 2:11 pm

        Fine Report: you have clearly never run for office as a third-party candidate. I promise you the BARRIERS are too high unless you have a TRUE movement, e.g., a million people working EVERY DAY with YOU to MAKE IT HAPPEN.

        Armchair allies are utterly insufficient.

      elle in reply to Arminius. | October 1, 2018 at 9:09 am

      Arminius, I am with you on this one and I am beginning to enjoy watching the show. Through this process we have all become educated on how the Dems coordinate with the likes of Fusion GPS and the media.

      FineReport- the Kavanaugh hearings are only good for the Dems if the Generals continue to march with red coats down the lane. It seems to me that Trump doesn’t do tha

      What shall we name the move? The Sting? The Hustle? oh! Oh! I’ve got it!! Trumped!!

The new rule is she has to prove her innocence.

Presumed guilty.

Auntie Maxine would lie??

This is all amusing, but Waters won’t suffer more than mild inconvenience until someone arrests her staffers. Is there any indication this is going to happen?

The hunters become the hunted.

Mr. Chairman, we do not have a crisis at Freddie Mac, and in particular at Fannie Mae
Thursday, September 25, 2003
U.S. House of Representatives,
Committee on Financial Services

It’s possible, which is politically congruent to probable, that she’s lying.

Doxxed, stalked, harassed, occupied, deplatformd… There is a clear and progressive slope. Democrats have jumped the Ass.

It’s interesting that she didn’t condemn the doxxing itself.

Tom Cotton is lit up…!!!

Escaped from RI | September 30, 2018 at 5:18 pm

I can see how she would be an angry, out of control drunk.

Chris Baker shared a profile to the group: QAnon Follow The White Rabbit.
Yesterday at 2:44 PM
The IP Address of the person that published on Wikipedia our Senator’s private information was traced back to Kathleen Sengstock, a Maxine Waters stooge.
They have attempted to censor me. Up yours, Fakebook.

Kathleen Sengstock (Doxxing info redacted)

“pedaled”….lmao. Don’t they have someone on staff familiar with synonyms?

She’ll get the same punishment, as those found guilty for, fast ‘n furious….Benghazi…..the VA and IRS scandals.

Talk about lack of self-awareness. Wow.

Don’t worry, Maxine: Sessions has your back!

Flake-Sessions 2020

    I’m hoping for Wiener-Holder 2020. It will make a great bumper sticker.

      Another Ed in reply to Obie1. | October 2, 2018 at 2:46 am

      Hint: Someone could make money now with that bumper sticker at relatively low cost of entry into the market. For a double hit, make a “WIENER-HOLDER FOR ’20” bumper sticker also.

Maxine should demand an FBI investigation to clear her name

    elle in reply to MarkS. | October 1, 2018 at 9:12 am

    Haha. Yes. Call an FBI investigation. In the past it would have concluded that Trump was guilty. Today, it just might get to the truth, like it is supposed to do, and surprise the hell out of them all.

    malclave in reply to MarkS. | October 1, 2018 at 9:39 am

    That she has not called for the FBI to investigate is proof of her guilt.

How voters can send this moron to Congress just amazes me.

She didn’t have the temperament to be a L. A. city council woman let alone congress.

Speaker Ryan’s tolerance for her repeated bad behavior has only encouraged more of it.

Ryan needs to go now!

juliathemechanic | October 1, 2018 at 11:48 pm

Well surely she deserves the same. Maxine Waters lives in a ginormous red mansion on the corner of W. 6th Street and St. Lucerne Blvd., Los Angeles, CA. The address is 550 St. Lucerne Blvd.