Dem IT Scandal Far More than Just Bank Fraud

The current scandal involving IT contractors that worked so some of the top Democrats in Washington DC, including former DNC Chair Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, is getting virtually no attention from the mainstream media. However, let it be discovered that someone in Russia took to Facebook to support Donald Trump and the mainstream media is all over it like flies on a fresh pile of horse manure.

Imran Awan was arrested charged with theft (of information taken from Democrat’s computers and system) and bank fraud. Yet, at his trial at the US District Court for the District of Columbia, the court room was eerily void of reporters except for a few from more conservative outlets. As his trial progresses, it seems to get more and more bizarre and may reach out to other top-ranking Democrats.

Perhaps you’ve lost track of the Democrats slowly exploding IT scandal, as much of the media is doing all it can to simply ignore it away.

I’m referring to the strange case of Imran Awan, the IT aide Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, D-Fla., kept on her congressional payroll even after it became known he and his wife, Hina Alvi Awan, were being investigated by the Capitol Police for possible theft, fraud, moving terabytes of data off Congress’s system and more.

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Imran Awan was back in court last week. When pushed, Assistant U.S. Attorney Michael Mirando revealed some telling things about this case.

Once it was learned that Awan and his wife were under investigation, she took their kids and returned to Pakistan. Awan was arrested at an airport in DC, with tickets to Pakistan, where he planned to join his family in hiding from US authorities. The phone he had at the time of his arrest had just been wiped clean of information.

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