People have openly wondered (especially lately) whether certain agencies had the “goods” on members of Congress. Let’s hope that this isn’t the new (?) protocol for the “deep state.” Though it would help explain some things.
(From The Daily Caller)
An Internet address originating from the Department of Homeland Security was tied to entries made on the Wikipedia pages of North Carolina Rep. Renee Ellmers and California Rep. Kevin McCarthy, alleging that the two Republicans were having an affair.
It is unclear if someone at the federal agency actually was behind the edits, which were first noted by Washington Free Beacon reporter Lachlan Markay. But both changes — McCarthy’s and Ellmers’ — show that a user at the IP address, 220.127.116.11, made them on Thursday.That address comes from DHS’ offices in Springfield, Va.