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Hit Job: Democrats, Federal Agencies Leak South Dakota Republican Governor Kristi Noem’s Social Security Number

They also leaked the social security numbers of her husband, children, son-in-law and other Republicans

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(TownHall) Gov. Kristi Noem (R-S.D.) is demanding answers after her Social Security Number was leaked by the federal government in a document related to the House Select Committee’s investigation of the Jan. 6 protests.

n a letter addressed to Rep. Bennie Thompson (D-MS), Noem’s lawyers condemned the security breach, asking to know how the agencies plan to combat the high-risk issue.


“Gov. Noem and her family are now at very high risk of identity theft and being personally compromised due to the failure to redact the social security numbers and make the same available to the public,” the letter reads.

Noem’s husband, three children, and her son-in-law’s Social Security Numbers were also leaked.

“My lawyers have asked the @WhiteHouse, the @USNatArchives, and @BennieGThompson which of them is responsible for leaking the Social Security Numbers of me, my husband, my 3 kids, and my son-in-law.” Noem tweeted. “What specific measures and remedies will be taken to protect our identities?”


Noem said that when she and her family visited former President Trump at the White House in December 2020, their personal information was recorded on visitor logs, which then became evidence for the Jan. 6 Committee.

The Washington Post noted that those visitor logs, including text messages and taped interviews, were posted online as the Committee’s investigation came to an end.

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