Brett Kavanaugh is facing historic levels of opposition.
His enemies have gone totally nuts.
And things just got even crazier after the unthinkable happened to three of his defenders.
Kavanaugh’s Defenders Paying A Price
Following claims of sexual assault against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, the Democrats are in full attack mode.
And anybody who defends him becomes a target as well.
During intense Senate hearings last Thursday, the unthinkable happened to three different Republican Senators.
Sens. Lindsey Graham and Mike Lee made waves with their defense of Kavanaugh, as did Senate Intelligence Committee Chairman Sen. Chuck Grassley.
The Left’s Latest Anti-Kavanaugh Attack Goes Too Far
The Wikipedia pages for all three Senators have now been updated to include their personal information, including cell phone numbers and home addresses.
Known as a “dox,” the type of personal information commonly laid out are not only phone numbers and addresses, but family member’s names and sometimes even more intrusive information.
It is a way to intimidate a target.
It also puts their lives in danger.
Being high-profile figures, there are crazy people who want to hurt them.
But the dox itself isn’t even the most insane part of this story.
Where The Edits Were Made
According to the IP address, the updated information came from a Congressional building.
Considering the personal information of a U.S. Senator isn’t easy to find, it’s very likely that someone on Congressional payroll made the changes.
If true, it proves just how much opposition Kavanaugh is facing.
The Democrats will stop at nothing to stop him.
But all three Senators aren’t backing down and continue to fight for Kavanaugh’s confirmation to the Supreme Court.
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