Zeroing in on the alleged collusion between Russia and Trump is mainstream media’s obsession to explain the defeat of Hillary Rodham Clinton, but the truth probably lies elsewhere after the arrest of information technology specialist Imran Awan at Dulles Airport.
Before dissecting this arrest, it is worthwhile to resume accepted facts.
Pakistani-born Imran Awan has been a long time IT aide to former Democratic National Committee Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz. She was forced to resign by former President Obama after Wikileaks divulged emails indicating that she and other members of the DNC staff were conspiring against the presidential campaign of Senator Bernie Sanders in favor of Hillary Clinton’s campaign.
We also were taught by F.B.I probe that Bernie Sanders’s wife Jane committed loan fraud, and drove a college to bankruptcy.
After her forced resignation at the nominating democratic convention in Philadelphia, on July 28, 2017, Debbie Wasserman Schultz was replaced by Hillary Clinton’s handpicked pawn Brandon Davis.
Imran Awan was arrested by F.B.I agents before boarding a plane to Lahore, Pakistan. He was hired as an IT specialist by Representative Gregory Meeks (D, NY) in 2004, and the next year for Debbie Wasserman Schultz who had been elected from Florida’s 23rd district, which includes Broward and Miami-Dade counties.
We were taught in the 2000 Presidential election that a massive fraud was committed in this district, which brought a stalemate between the two contenders. After endless recount of votes, the litigation was solved, in last resort, by SCOTUS in its decision Bush versus Gore on December 12, 2000.
We will probably be taught, one day, that Hillary Rodham Clinton did not win the national vote in 2016 because of massive fraud of foreigners registered as U.S citizens in Democratic stronghold districts, such as Broward, Florida, or Detroit, Michigan.
At the time of his arrest, Imran Awan was working for Democrats for 13 years. He managed to get on the house payroll four members of his family, including his wife Alvi. As the inventory of his financial shenanigans is too big to summarize, we will focus on his most disturbing crimes.
The Pakistani gang has committed a breach of national security for many years. Electronic mails and documents of members of the House’s Intelligence and Foreign Affair Committees were diligently transferred to remote servers without their knowledge.
More, the five members of the gang were also the best-paid staffers in the House. Between 2009 and 2017, they collected $4 million in payroll from Democrat Representatives. The average Congressional-staff annual salary is a modest $40.000 but the youngest of the gang, who was then twenty years old, received $160.000.
However, the most disturbing in this affair is the lack of interest of Democrat Representatives.
Nobody cared about the sinecure job they were offered. The Pakistani gang was rarely seen around their office because they were too busy in their financial shenanigans away from the Capitol.
The worst is that nobody cared on giving access to highly sensitive information to Pakistani-born citizens. In any job involving national security, a serious probe is led by F.B.I on people who have ties with foreign countries, especially with Pakistan who has kept secret the sanctuary of Bin Laden in a private residential compound in Abbottabad. His tracking, which lasted almost a decade, was the most expensive operation led by the C.I.A.
When the gang was fired in February, Imran was the sole member to remain on payroll of Debbie who is a close friend of Hillary. It seems that Imran Awan knows their dirty secrets. His escape to Lahore would have pleased Debbie and Hillary. Therefore, his trial represents a high risk for the Clintons. Will he end up his life as Lee Hardley Oswald?
The Awan affair and the Abedin affair demonstrate the dangerous relationship that Democrats nurture with Pakistani-born staffers.
Huma Abedin was the closest aide of Hillary Rodham Clinton when she was Secretary of State. She had access to the most sensitive Federal information. F.B.I probe showed that classified information was forwarded to the computer of her estranged husband Anthony Weiner. Therefore, former F.B.I director James Comey was compelled to inform the House Intelligence Committee on October 26, 2016.
Both cases show a disturbing lack of alarm
It seems that Democrats are more concerned by political correctness and discrimination than by national security issue, except for Russian meddling, which fits their agenda of getting rid off Donald Trump.
Because of their prejudices, a F.B.I routine investigation on a Pakistani-born person is perceived as an act of islamophobia. Remember that neighbors of the Pakistani terrorist’s couple in San Bernardino did not report their suspicious activity on the ground that they did not want to profile them. Therefore, political correctness is responsible for the death of 14 people and 22 injured at the Inland Regional Center in San Bernardino on December 2, 2015.
The mysterious death of DNC staffer Seth Rich
During the presidential campaign, Seth Rich was fatally shot in Bloomingdale, DC, on July 10, 2016. It was two weeks before the Democrat convention was held in Philadelphia. Are the two events linked?
His murder spawned several right-wing conspiracies theories in mainstream media. However, it is possible that Rich was a squealer who had been involved with the leak DNC emails.
Detective Rod Wheeler claims that he has learned recently that Rich attended a party with IT workers the night he was killed. In a recent tweet, he wrote Follow the arrest of Awan closely. Connect the dots to « other » cases. (hint, hint) Just the beginning. Stay tuned.
Speaking to Dutch television after announcing a $20.000 reward for information leading to the arrest of Seth Rich’s killer, Wikileaks founder Julian Assange said his murder was an example of the enormous risks that whistle-blowers undertake.
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