Oh, boy. Just when you thought the data breach of OPM computers couldn’t possibly get any worse, it got worse. Like nuclear worse:

Yep. It turns out that “adjudication information” used in processing security clearances for government employees — information that includes the results of polygraph tests — was stored on OPM computers.

Here’s an example of a question asked on a polygraph test that a foreign power now has access to:

That’s really bad.

More from the Daily Beast, where a security expert called this the “the most successful cyber attack in the history of the United States”:

Basically, it’s this:

Time to start firing people.

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Forget Trump! We dare you to watch this video from the House hearing on the OPM hack and not grab a pitchfork