Did Someone At DHS Edit The Wikipedia Pages Of Kevin McCarthy And Renee Ellmers?

October 9, 2015

An Internet address originating from the Department of Homeland Security was tied to entries made on the Wikipedia pages of North Carolina Rep. Renee Ellmers and California Rep. Kevin McCarthy, alleging that the two Republicans were having an affair.

It is unclear if someone at the federal agency actually was behind the edits, which were first noted by Washington Free Beacon reporter Lachlan Markay. But both changes — McCarthy’s and Ellmers’ — show that a user at the IP address,, made them on Thursday.

An alleged affair between McCarthy, the House Majority Leader, and Ellmers, became the source of intense speculation on Thursday after McCarthy announced in a closed-door meeting that he was dropping out of the race to replace John Boehner as Speaker of the House.

  • reggie

    Google Natural News then wiki pedia. Lots of info. on the mis info.

  • Bob2002

    This is just more ammunition to stop the three letter (NSA, CIA, FCC, FBI, DHS, and etc) government entities from gathering information on US Citizens because Obama and his government abuses this privilege. Get the government out of our lives.

  • kasper-ghost

    Anyone that reads and believes in Wikipedia, needs to head to the nearest Psychiatrist. Not only is the person (fella) that runs it, a government hack, he likes little girls too. If I can later find the link to this immoral scum, I will provide it.


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