Democrat Aide Pleads Guilty in Kavanaugh Smear Job

A former top Democrat aide is going to jail as the fall out from the Brett Kavanaugh smear job unravels.

Jackson Cosko, 27, plead guilty to two counts of making public restricted personal information and one count each of computer fraud, witness tampering, and obstruction of justice, The Washington Post reported.

What they won’t tell you is that Cosko was an intern for Democratic Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee at the time. Of course the mainstream media won’t release that beautiful bean footage, will they?

The former Democratic congressional staffer posted private information of Republican Senators who took part in the hearings on sexual assault allegations of then Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.

The five federal felony charges carry a maximum penalty of up to 20 years in prison. In accordance with the plea deal, prosecutors say the sentencing will range between 46 to 57 months.

Cosko has already served 4 months in jail, and will be sentenced on June 13th.

Cosko admitted in court documents that he was very angry after being fired by Democratic Senator Maggie Hassan. He “engaged in an extraordinarily extensive data theft scheme” by burglarizing the office several times after his firing so that he could use the information at a later date of his choosing.

He also admitted to contineously editing the Wikipedia pages of five Republican senators. Those Senators were Lindsey Graham, Mike Lee, Orrin Hatch, Rand Paul, and Mitch McConnell.

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Bob K
Bob K
2 years ago

They all need to go to jail

1 year ago

Liberals. Ugh.

Keymaster (@9thGateKeeper)

He’s going to jail for 5 years, though it will feel more like 50 years for his but-hole…

1 year ago

Don’t you just love plea deals. A way for Libs to dodge normal sentencing guidelines and keep getting away with this sort of thing.

1 year ago

There are a lot of these creepy Dems who are doing these things. They have no guiding principles to live by, so it comes down to just how daring they are about doing sneaky things. A good rule of thumb is to never trust any of them in your life, or as anyone with power.