Democrats conduct in the Brett Kavanaugh confirmation fight has been a national disgrace.
They engaged in behavior that many Americans believe crossed the line.
Now, this arrest just blew the Kavanaugh investigation wide open.
Democrats Cross the Line
Democrats desperation to stop Kavanaugh crossed over into dangerous behavior.
During the hearing where Christine Blasey Ford and Kavanaugh testified, someone updated the Wikipedia page of three Republican Senators.
A rogue actor posted the home address and phone numbers for Senators Mike Lee, Lindsey Graham, and Orrin Hatch.
This was dangerous.
And it was another example of liberals inciting violence against Republicans.
Last summer, a deranged Bernie Sanders supporter tried to assassinate Republican members of Congress as they practiced for a baseball game.
The gunman shot Majority Whip Steve Scalise and seriously injured him.
He would have massacred the Republican members of Congress except for the fact that Scalise had an armed security detail due to being in leadership.
The media tried to cover up that this was Democrat inspired violence.
Instead, they dangerously took the stance that the event was a commentary on the overall political tone.
Some members of the media even claimed Republicans deserved it.
CBS Evening News anchor Scott Pelley said, “It’s time to ask whether the attack on the United States Congress, yesterday, was foreseeable, predictable and, to some degree, self-inflicted.”
Conservatives took stock of this climate and the media inciting violence against Republicans and were worried about how far the left was willing to take the fight over Kavanaugh.
Law Enforcement Makes an Arrest
When individuals first learned that Republicans home addresses were published online, law enforcement went to work trying to find the perpetrator.
The initial reports said the posts came from inside the House of Representatives.
Days later, the Capitol Police arrested Jackson A. Cosko for “allegedly posted private, identifying information (doxing) about one or more United States Senators to the internet.”
Cosko previously worked for Democrat Senators Maggie Hassan and Dianne Feinstein.
He currently worked in the office of Democrat Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee.
Jackson Lee made headlines during the hearing when she was photographed passing an envelope to Christine Blasey Ford’s lawyers.
Glenn Rushing – Jackson Lee’s chief of staff – said “We’re just cooperating with law enforcement right now,”
Democrats Threaten More Violence
Democrats continue to threaten violence as the Kavanaugh fight reaches a conclusion.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell scheduled a key procedural vote for Friday.
That meant the Senate could hold a final confirmation vote on Sunday.
Former Clinton campaign spokesman Brian Fallon threatened upheaval in the streets.
Tomorrow we take to the streets
Tweets like this worried many Americans.
A Democrat was just arrested for posting the personal information of Republican Senators.
Democrats like Maxine Waters have called for liberal rage mobs to stalk Republicans at their homes and in the streets.
With the vote on Kavanaugh set for the weekend things will only get worse.
We will keep you up to date on any new developments in this ongoing story.