Here's an example, from The Watertown (N.Y.) Daily Times. And from this editorial in The (Glens Falls) Post-Star:
We also believe it is long overdue that our own congresswoman, Rep. Elise Stefanik, change her stand on this issue. As a member of the House Armed Services Committee, she needs to do more to protect our men and women in uniform.
In an editorial board meeting in January with The Post-Star, she said she backed the military’s position not to change the chain of command regarding sexual assaults.
When pressed, she cited Fort Drum commanders and female soldiers who said the military conviction rate for sexual assaults was higher than in civilian courts.
Apparently, she was also lied to.