During the 2022 election cycle, the military records of Republican candidates were repeatedly attacked and called in to question by Democratic opponents and PAC’s.

Very few people publicly questioned how the military records, which are supposed to remain confidential unless the requester goes through the proper legal channels, were released.

In one particularly egregious case, Democrat opposition research firm Due Diligence Group LLC outed veteran and Republican Congressional candidate Jennifer-Ruth Green as a victim of sexual assault, resulting in widespread backlash from both Republicans and Democrats alike.

According to an Air Force spokesperson, the records were released as a result of Democratic opposition researchers lying and saying that they were requesting the records for an employment background check.

The opposition research firm was reportedly paid $110,000 by the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) over a nearly two-year period.

Breitbart Reports

National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC) Chairman Rep. Richard Hudson (R-NC) called for the Democrat’s respective committee, the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC), to face accountability following a bombshell report from Politico revealing a research firm employed by the DCCC inappropriately obtained the military personnel files of multiple Republicans.

“This systematic weaponization of Republican candidates’ military service against them is beyond disgusting. It is time for the DCCC to stop hiding and face accountability for their actions,” Hudson said in a statement, referring to the Politico report indicating the military personnel files of Reps. Don Bacon (R-NE) and Zach Nunn (R-IA) had been obtained using a “stolen” Social Security Number in at least one instance.

“The Department of Justice must immediately begin investigations into this matter, and if the DCCC violated the law, they should face prosecution,” the NRCC chairman added.

Politico noted that the “DCCC did not return a request for comment on whether it received and used materials provided by Due Diligence Group during the 2022 midterms.”

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