Top GOP Governor Launches Attack After Family Targeted

 January 9, 2023

Republican South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem is infuriated at the federal government after her family was seemingly targeted, and she is not going to let this one go.

"Noem is demanding answers on how federal agencies allowed her personal information to become public in the aftermath of record releases from the Jan. 6 committee, as well as how these agencies plan to combat the potential results of this leak," reports Fox News.

"My lawyers have asked the @WhiteHouse, the @USNatArchives, and @BennieGThompson which of them is responsible for leaking the Social Security Numbers of me, my husband, my 3 kids, and my son-in-law." Noem said in a tweet following the leak of her and her loved ones private information.

"What specific measures and remedies will be taken to protect our identities?" Noem further asked.

Noem’s legal team released a letter demanding more information about how the breach happened.

"The National Archives produced these visitors' logs, which then became exhibits during the January 6 Committee hearing. Prior to being published as exhibits, the law required that Protected Personal Information be redacted from the visitor logs, but that was not done." Noem's legal team, Woods and Fuller, wrote in a letter.

The letter demanding answers went to the U.S. Government Publishing Office, The National Archives and Records Administration, and to the Chair of the Jan. 6 Special Committee.

Source: Fox News