Dem Who Doxxed Republicans During Kavanaugh Hearings Might Avoid Jail Because Of Political Connections

During the hearings for then Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, an aide who had worked for Senator Dianne Feinstein and Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee, doxxed some Republican senators out of anger.

He quickly was arrested and found himself in a world of trouble. He faced decades of jail time.

Now it looks like he might get away with it. Why? Because he comes from a wealthy family with tons of political connections.

The Daily Caller reports:

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DOJ REACHES DEAL WITH WELL-CONNECTED EX-FEINSTEIN AIDE ACCUSED OF DOXXING REPUBLICANS, NEW FILING SHOWS

A former Senate aide charged with doxxing Republican senators and extorting a witness reached a plea deal with federal prosecutors in Washington after his wealthy and well-connected family brought in experts to talk about his mental health and the private supervision they could provide him.

A judge signaled that Jackson Cosko had allegedly taken large quantities of sensitive information from the Senate, but banned media from hearing the details. A hearing had been scheduled for Thursday, but on Tuesday, the court canceled it and indicated that a deal had been struck behind the scenes. A plea agreement hearing, where the deal is to be officially signed, was set for April 5…

Cosko — a supporter of Democratic socialist Bernie Sanders — is the son of an enormously wealthy and politically connected California family with ties to Feinstein. Republicans suggested the California Democrat leaked a letter soon before Kavanaugh’s confirmation hearing that alleged the Supreme Court justice sexually assaulted Christine Blasey Ford.

The suspect’s father, Greg Cosko, is the CEO of Hathaway Dinwiddie, a massive construction company that built a university building named after Feinstein’s husband. He serves on the board of San Francisco State University alongside Willie Brown, the California politician who said he helped make the career of California’s other Democratic senator, Kamala Harris, with an illicit affair.

The writer of the Daily Caller article provides more details in the tweets below:

Just another reminder that there are two sets of rules.

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