Senate Aide who Doxxed Republicans during Kavanaugh Hearings Might Get Plea Deal

It looks as though The Swamp may be in the process of protecting one of its own, once again. The Senate aide who doxxed numerous Republican Senators during the Brett Kavanaugh confirmation hearings last year faces a potential 50 years in prison for his crimes. But now it turns out that he may get a secret plea deal instead.

If you don’t remember this story, Jackson Kosko was an aide who worked for Sen. Maggie Hassan (D-NH). Kosko has previously worked for the offices of Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) and Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee (D-TX). He comes from a wealthy liberal Californian family with ties to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA), Sen. Feinstein and former Sen. Barbara Boxer (D-CA).

When Kosko was caught publicly releasing the home addresses and phone numbers of Senators Lindsey Graham, Mike Lee and Orrin Hatch online, police found terabytes’ worth of sensitive, private information on Representatives and Senators in his possession.

When another Senate staffer caught him doing the doxxing, Kosko threatened to release¬†all¬†the dirt he has on Congress. It’s like the story about Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz’s (D-FL) Muslim Brotherhood IT spy all over again. Remember that guy?

Under a secret plea deal that’s currently in the works, Americans may never get to actually know the full story about what Kosko did during the Kavanaugh hearings, or how much sensitive data he stole from Members of Congress. Check out this video to learn more about Kosko’s secret plea deal.


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