Florida Democrat Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz’s right-hand information technology (IT) aide was arrested attempting to leave the country after the FBI seized hard drives from his home. Imran Awan had been under investigation for stealing classified intel, potentially blackmailing house members and various other data breaches.
This is the biggest blockbuster spy story of the 21st century that no one is talking about. Dems and Muslims — enemedia deities.
The party of treason and their jihad operatives. Back in February, I reported that Muslim Congressional IT workers for the Democrat party were under criminal investigation. They were illegally accessing info from House Intel, Foreign Affairs servers. The two committees deal with many of the nation’s most sensitive issues and documents, including those related to the war on terrorism.
FBI agents seized several hard computer drives that had been smashed from the home of one of the Muslim IT staffers. This aide, Pakistani-born Imran Awan, has since been trying to get the drives back. FBI agents seized several hard computer drives that had been smashed from the home of former Democratic National Committee chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz’s information technology aide.
Luke Rosiak on July 25, 2017
Florida GOP Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz’s right-hand information technology (IT) aide was arrested attempting to leave the country just a few hours after The Daily Caller News Foundation’s Investigative Group revealed that he is the target of an FBI investigation.
Imran Awan, a Pakistani-born IT aide, had access to all emails and files of dozens of members of Congress, as well as the password to the iPad that Wasserman Schultz used for Democratic National Committee business before she resigned as its head in July 2016. He was apprehended while attempting to flee the U.S., according to Fox News.
Soon after Imran began working for Wasserman Schultz in 2005, four of his relatives appeared on the payroll of other Democrats — many from Wasserman Schultz’s home state of Florida — at inflated salaries, but Democratic staffers said they were rarely seen at work. They collected $4 million in total.
House authorities told members in February that Awan and his relatives were suspects in a criminal investigation into theft and IT abuses, and they were banned from the Capitol network.
Wasserman Schultz refused to fire Awan, despite being the suspect in a hacking probe, and has blocked Capitol Police from searching a laptop they confiscated because it was tied to Awan.
TheDCNF reported Sunday night that the FBI had joined the investigation and seized smashed hard drives from Awan’s home.
His stepmother filed court documents accusing him of wiretapping and extorting her (see p. 23 of court documents in that case), but Democratic members of Congress, including Rep. Gregory Meeks of New York, suggested that police had framed the Pakistani-born brothers out of Islamophobia.
Wasserman Schultz’s spokesman, David Damron, did not immediately return a request for comment.
To understand how corrupt and compromised the enemedia is, this story is getting no ink. This hack is real Three Muslim members of the intelligence panel and five members of the House Committee on Foreign Affairs were among the dozens of members who employed the suspects on a shared basis. They were illegally accessing info from House Intel, Foreign Affairs servers.
The two committees deal with many of the nation’s most sensitive issues and documents, including those related to the war on terrorism.
FBI agents are reportedly holding several smashed computer drives taken from the home of Debbie Wasserman Schult’s information technology aide, the one who’s at the heart of a criminal investigation.
You know the Pakistani-born guy who’s been accused of using his Capitol Hill IT position to improperly access congressional files? Well apparently, he’s charmed the pants off key Democrats.
What a shocker — Pakistanis under investigation for the unauthorized sharing of IT information with Democrats wanted all their private business dealings conducted in cash only.
Months ago, there was a substantial IT breach in the House of Representatives. But the five identified as suspects — a House aide and his relatives — have curiously avoided any sort of punitive backlash.
“I’m surprised that the media hasn’t made a bigger deal about this,” Labrador said. “This is pretty outrageous. These are people who had direct connections and access to the House, to intelligence information, and the media has said very little about it. “