PAC uses Missouri governor’s attack on paper to increase money

PAC uses Missouri governor’s attack on paper to increase money

The newspaper last week found a security flaw that allowed the public to view the Social Security numbers of thousands of teachers through the state Department of Elementary and Secondary Education’s website. The Post-Dispatch alerted the agency and held off on reporting on the problem.

A political activity panel backing Republican Gov. Mike Parson is raising money with another video featuring his assaults on a Missouri newspaper that found an imperfection in an express office’s network protection and hung tight for it to be fixed prior to distributing a story. The 55-second video delivered Thursday by Uniting Missouri acclaims Parson for confronting the state’s “fake news factory” and criticizes the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. It proposes that a reporter for the newspaper was “digging around” personal data about teachers. Joining Missouri advanced the video in an email encouraging recipients to help fund Parson’s endeavors to “hold the liberal media accountable.”  It includes a connection to a form that allows people to contribute. The PAC declined comment Thursday.

Instead of focusing on the agency’s problem, Parson attacked the newspaper, and announced a criminal investigation. Parson then faced criticism for failing to appoint any members to a commission set up three months ago to identify cybersecurity risks in state government.

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