WASHINGTON, July 30, 2017 — There is something very odd concerning the circumstances surrounding Imran Awan, the IT specialist who was arrested last Monday while attempting to flee the U.S. after wiring $283,000 to Pakistan.
Democratic Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz of Florida, who resigned as chair of the Democratic National Committee after hacked emails showed her complicity in rigging her party’s presidential primaries in favor of Hillary Clinton, only fired Awan, her employee, the day after his arrest. Awan and his family were targets of a Capitol Police investigation since last February.
Awan and his IT crew worked for, and had access to, the computers of more than 30 Democratic members of the House and Senate.
Adding to the weirdness factor is Rep. Schultz’s reaction to the news Capitol Police had recovered a laptop of hers allegedly stolen by Awan.
In the following video, notice how Schultz’s quiet desperation builds into a full-blown panic as Capitol Police Chief Matthew Verderosa explains, almost to the point of exhaustion, that property recovered during a criminal investigation is returned to its owner only after it has served its purpose in a criminal trial.
What is stored on that laptop that has Schultz so worried and the mainstream media so disinterested?
Are the contents of computer hard drives for Shultz’s fellow Democrats, also held in evidence, keeping them up at night? Is the Democratic leadership tossing in their beds as well?
And what about members of the Democratic National Committee?
Further, was the Awan clan working for Pakistan’s notorious ISI intelligence service, which provides support to Islamic terrorist groups and likely spirited Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden out of the war zone in Afghanistan to the relative safety of Pakistan?
If so, doesn’t the Awan family’s penetration of Congress, which likely gained them access to compromising information for blackmail purposes as well as classified U.S. secrets, represent another in a long list of intelligence failures by America’s deep-state operatives; the same ones waging all-out war on the Trump administration through its leaks to the press?
If FBI investigators were too lazy, incompetent or corrupt to recommend the appointment of a special counsel to prosecute Hillary Clinton for her illegal storage of sensitive government information on her unsecured home computer server, why should anyone expect them to uncover criminal wrongdoing of other Democrats, especially during their scurrilous fishing expedition into President Trump’s so-called collusion with the Russians?
And why should anyone expect Republicans in Congress – who are lazy, incompetent and corrupt – to provide answers to these questions when they never followed up on IRS targeting, the Benghazi attacks and Operation Fast and Furious?
And let’s not forget Republican Attorney General Jeff Session’s proclivity to recuse himself from doing his job.
Let’s hope Capitol Police prove more curious about the contents of Debbie Wasserman Schultz’s laptop than U.S. intelligence services, a corrupt FBI, a flat-footed GOP-controlled Congress, a useless Attorney General and the nation’s fake-news media.Click here for reuse options!
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