White House Publishes Names, Emails, Phone Numbers, Home Addresses of Critics

The White House has leaked the personal, private details of its critics.

The presidential commission that’s supposed to be investigating fraud just published an 112-page document exposing the information on purpose.

“This cavalier attitude toward the public’s personal information is especially concerning given the commission’s request for sensitive data on every registered voter in the country,” Theresa Lee, a staff attorney for the American Civil Liberties Union’s Voting Rights Project, said.

The White House basically said it’s not illegal, so we’ll do it anyway.  While that may or may not be true, it’s rare and pretty unheard of for the Trump administration to not redact the information.

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