It’s worse than you think in DC.
The networks, except Fox, and the newspapers aren’t talking much about Debbie Wasserman Schultz and Imran Awan. He’s the guy who was just arrested at DC’s Dulles airport by the FBI on bank fraud allegations.
The gatewaypundit gives background: “Imran Awan worked for Debbie Wasserman Schultz for thirteen years since she came into office in 2004 as a Florida representative. She only fired him this past week and would have kept paying her IT expert even when he was living in Pakistan.
“Three Pakistani brothers who managed the IT affairs for several Democratic government officials were relieved of their duties in February on suspicion that they accessed specific computer networks without permission, also known as hacking.”
It appears they had access to secret information that was probably leaked by them to foreign governments. In short, it’s a scandal that dwarfs any in recent memory.
But – as luck would have it for Debbie – her brother Steven Wasserman is Assistant United States Attorney for the District of Columbia, which means he can exert control over the Imran Awan case. Isn’t that coincidental! Do you think he’ll recuse himself from heading the investigation?
Interesting, too, are allegations that he has been running interference in the case of Seth Rich, the murdered DNC staffer who might have given emails and other tasty morsels of information to Wikileaks.
That case has gotten shoved aside as too hot to handle. Even Sean Hannity was shut down by his bosses at Fox when he tried to talk about it. Yet it smolders.
Some say that the manager of the bar Seth Rich was last seen had been at the White House three days earlier. The surveillance videos of the area from the night of the shooting appear to have gotten lost. And guess who sits on the DC police commission – John Podesta’s wife. Hmm.
Did the Awan brothers have a hand in the DNC wikileaks affair, too? Others say that “after the DNC became aware that WikiLeaks had their emails and was going to publish (June 12), the Awans (at the direction of the DNC) inserted code into the DNC server logs to make it look like the Russians had hacked them. A few days later (June 15), the DNC announces that their private firm (Crowdstrike) investigated and determined it was a Russian hack. This was a preemptive move to blame the Russians rather than have it come out that someone from the inside leaked.
“And then the DNC went about figuring out who the leaker was, and Seth was murdered on July 10th.”
The swamp filth keeps accumulating. Can it be drained?