Kristi Noem, South Dakota governor, wants to know how federal agencies permitted her personal data to be made public following the Jan.6 committee record release. She also wants to know how the agencies plan to counter the possible consequences of this leak.
“My lawyers asked the @WhiteHouse and the @USNatArchives which of them was responsible for leaking my Social Security Numbers. They also asked @BennieGThompson and @USNatArchives. Noem took to Twitter on Friday evening after the leak of private information about her and her family. “What are the specific steps and remedies that will be taken to protect our identities?”
JAN. 6 COMMITTEE DISTRIBUTES SOCIAL HEALTH NUMBERS OF TRUMP OPERATORS AND ALLIES: REPORT
Noem found out that her Social Security number, as well as those of her immediate relatives, had been leaked by the Jan.6 committee the night before she took her oath of office for her 2nd term.
The committee posted hundreds of records online describing the chronology of events leading to the storming at the Capitol. “A spreadsheet with almost 2,000 Social Security numbers associated to visitors to the White House December 2020” was one of them. The list contained several…