According to The Daily Mail, South Dakota Governor and Republican Kristi Noem announced on Monday that her cell phone was hacked and “used to make hoax calls” after the January 6 select committee’s “mishandling” of her personal information.

I’m sure none of you are shocked by this. She’s just collateral icing on the cake. With the Democrats already merrily pursuing Donald Trump without due process or restraint, why not screw over everyone else they could when they had the chance? All is fair in politics and war – especially since the Democrats never have to pay any consequences for anything.

Noem is asking AG Merrick Garland to investigate the leak of her cell phone number and personal information (social security numbers of herself, hubby, three children and son-in-law). Good luck with that, sister. She will have to add that to the menu of investigations that the Republican-controlled House are already planning to undertake – although with SO MANY Democrat scandals to look into from the past and present, the governor might be at the end of one very long waiting list.

Noem said about the misuse of her information, “’Callous mishandling of personal information has real world consequences…If you get such a phone call from my number, know that I had no involvement…I have urged both the United States Attorney General and multiple congressional committees to investigate the leaking of my family’s personal information, and I look forward to whatever resolution they can provide.”

With Noem being a possible Republican presidential candidate (and just a Republican in general), she is fair game for the Democrats to mess with. And it appears that they have.

Democrats don’t seem to have any limits, morality, or an inclination to follow laws or general decency.

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Maybe someone should tell them to look into “Data Privacy Day” on Saturday and take heed.

Unless, of course, they’re too busy letting illegal aliens invade the country, writing DEI policies or producing drag shows in libraries.