Not since the Cold War treason of Julius and Ethel Rosenberg, has a conspiracy of individuals looked to irreparably harm the national security of this nation. Congratulations to the Democrat party in their breaking of this streak.
With each passing day, more and more evidence is surfacing that Imran Awan and his relatives used their access to the House Democrats internet server to pilfer and export classified or highly sensitive information to unknown sources in Pakistan.
And what is worse, is the recent news that their intelligence theft may only be the beginning of a cozy relationship with Democrats.
“Let them not live to taste this land’s increase
That would with treason wound this fair land’s peace!”
The Daily Caller reports that “at the same time as they worked for and could read all the emails of congressmen who sat on committees like Intelligence, Homeland Security and Foreign Affairs, they also ran a car dealership that took money from a Hezbollah-linked fugitive and whose financial books were indecipherable and business patterns bizarre, according to testimony in court records.”
The Virginia business, arrogantly named Cars International A (CIA), was a fake and when the Awan’s ran into financial problems, they borrowed $100,000 from Dr. Ali al-Attar, a now exposed Hezbollah operative who headed a group of other Mideast expatriates that had advised the Bush administration on their plans to invade Iraq in 2002-2003, writes Zero Hedge.
(Iraqi Hezbollah agent Dr. Ali al-Attar)
The Awan’s did not use the money to shore up the ‘business’, but it disappeared into the limbo of legal suits by customers and vendors, who accused the company of selling broken cars to people and not reimbursing them for the fraud. Keep the term ‘broken cars’ in mind.
One such angered vendor was Rao Abbas who, when he sued the Awan’s, was reimbursed for his loss by Democrat Rep. Theodore Deutch (D-FL)!
Not only did Abbas get compensated for his loss, but he was hired as Deutch’s the “IT” guy after being fired from McDonald’s.
The involvement al-Attar and the Awan’s selling of broken cars is interesting in light of the bombshell story by Politico that Hezbollah was allowed to operate a criminal enterprise that shipped weapons, money and cocaine in junk cars. The operation was first noticed back in 2009/2010, but efforts by FBI agents and others to investigate the scandal were blocked by Obama and his cronies at the Departments of Justice and the Treasury. Democrats once again hiding something, but this time a nefarious action that may make the Iran Contra affair pale in comparison.
When the 2016 election period kicked off, it was discovered that vast amounts of House computer equipment handled by the Awan’s was missing. When Wikileaks released ‘hacked’ Democrat emails in July 2016, investigators began to look into the Awan’s role as IT servers as hired by another Florida Democrat, Debbie-Wasserman Schultz back in the 2005.
Agents from the FBI asked to conduct a forensic analysis of the server, but were turned away by the DNC! Instead, the DNC said they would investigate themselves.
That did not stop intrepid news sites like the Daily Caller from continually increasing the heat on the Awans. Finally, in February 2017, the Pakistani clan was banned from accessing the House network, but Schultz refused to fire Imran or his relatives.
Two months later, Capitol Hill police found an abandoned backpack in an unused phone booth closet on the second floor of the Rayburn Building in DC. The Daily Caller reported that the backpack contained a laptop, “a Pakistani ID card, copies of Awan’s driver’s license and congressional ID badge, and letters to the U.S. attorney. Police also found notes in a composition notebook marked ‘attorney-client privilege.’”
According to police, the laptop username was “RepDWS”, inferring that it belonged to Debbie Wasserman Schultz. The Florida Democrat and disgraced former leader of the DNC, at first tried to get the laptop returned to her but was denied by the Capitol Hill chief of police in May 2017. Two months later, after being unsuccessful in getting the computer, Schultz changed her story and said that the laptop did not belong to her and that she had never seen it.
It was strange behavior on Schultz’s part, considering she threatened a police chief with ‘repercussions’ if the piece of evidence was not turned over.
Twitter user Base Monitored may speak for many Americans when he observes, “The only thing I can conclude from this is that Debbie Wasserman-Schultz had Hezbollah spies working for her. Is Wasserman-Schultz a foreign agent?”