DECEMBER 20, 2018, 11:00 A.M. EST
by Sharon Rondeau
The IP number, which we redacted, is consistent with the labeling of the ISP as “Executive Office of the President,” according to an online IP Lookup tool.
For privacy reasons, we have also redacted the URL of the article the user accessed.
In other reading Thursday, someone from the U.S. Department of Justice opened an article we wrote last week based on reporting by Sara A. Carter, who appeared on “Hannity” to report that there are “lots of sealed indictments” as a result of in an investigation into the Clinton Foundation.
While noting the “EOP” for the first time today, the Justice Department is not an infrequent visitor.
On November 2, 2016, just days before local, congressional and presidential elections took place, the DOJ accessed one of our articles about the then-Justice Department investigation into a criminal contempt of court charge against then-Sheriff Joseph Arpaio. Arpaio was ultimately convicted by a judge of a misdemeanor in that regard but pardoned by President Trump in August 2017.