If you read the news today or watch it for that matter, I guarantee you come across something about the Awan brothers and Debbie Wasserman Schultz. Depending on which venue you watch or read, it may be in defense or for prosecution. Either way, they have made news headline. Let me explain a little whyIn 2016, Debbie W. Schultz was fired from the DNC after data reached Wikileaks regarding the fixing of the primaries for Hillary Clinton. Afterwards, Clinton hired Schultz to help with her campaign. This alone should have put her in jail but we are finding that some people are above the law in this country.
The case against Imran Awan is not necessarily just about bank fraud. Though the two IT specialists definitely belong in jail, there is a bigger story hiding behind it. These two IT guys had access to emails and the electronic files of the House’s Intelligence and Foreign Affairs Committees for years. It turns out they were transferring documents to remote servers and also stealing equipment. Both men were fired upon being found out, but guess who kept Imran on their payroll? None other than Debbie Wasserman Schultz. So inessence, DWS violated Congressional ethics by keeping Imran on her payroll.
According to the Hill:
Wasserman Schultz said in a statement last week that her office had previously reviewed details of the investigation and found “no evidence to indicate that laws had been broken, which over time, raised troubling concerns about due process, fair treatment and potential ethnic and religious profiling.”
So, bank fraud for over 200k is no longer illegal? I guess that goes along with fixing a primary. What else has this woman had her hands in? Is it possible the Seth Rich murder could lead back to her? How about all the murders of lawyers investigation voter fraud in her district? Where would that lead?What about the video of Schultz threatening the DC Police Captain?
Debbie Wasserman Schultz threatening DC Police Captain
All I know is that Schultz needs to be investigated and I don’t see anyone starting one.