At last, this case may receive some of the attention it deserves, thanks to President Trump. The mainstream media has been assiduously ignoring this case ever since it broke. They’re determined to make sure that as few Americans as possible know about what could be a catastrophic security breach that was enabled by Democrats’ determination to prove they were not “islamophobic.” The President has once again done the right thing in calling attention to this.
Longtime Geller Report readers have been hearing about this cybersecurity breach by Muslim IT staffers for well over a year. The Democrat leadership collusion with Muslim spies is the biggest story of treason and espionage in the recent memory, and yet for month after month the media has refused to cover it.
House investigators found the House server was being used for nefarious purposes: The alleged Muslim spies were removing information and sending it for foreign actors. Capitol Police are looking into the massive amounts of data the Awans reportedly downloaded off the congressional system, thousands of illegal log ins made on the official system, possible theft of tens of thousands of dollars in congressional equipment and fraud and sent to foreign governments and groups.
No wonder the Democrats tried to squirrel these jihad spies out of the country.
“Trump urges DOJ to reject ex-DNC IT staffer’s plea deal,” by Jeff Mordock, Washington Times, June 7, 2018:
President Donald Trump on Twitter Thursday urged the Department of Justice not to accept a plea agreement from a former IT aide to congressional Democrats who is being prosecuted in a scheme to fraudulently obtain home equity loans.
Imran Awan, who worked for Democratic lawmakers, including Democratic National Committee chairwoman Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz of Florida, is said to be in talks to strike a plea in agreement in the case.
Mr. Awan and his wife, Hina Alvi, are accused of obtaining home equity lines of credit form the Congressional Federal Union by giving false information about two properties and sending the money to individuals in Pakistan — their nation of origin. Both face federal bank fraud and conspiracy charges. They have pleaded not guilty to the charges.
But Mr. Trump alleged that Mr. Awan is trying to make a plea deal to protect Ms. Wasserman Schultz and keep federal investigators from accessing the hacked computer server that handled email from the DNC. Conservatives have claimed the server has evidence that the DNC and the Obama administration’s Justice Department tried to limit the scope of the FBI’s investigation into Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton’s secret email account.
“Our Justice Department must not let Awan & Debbie Wasserman Schultz off the hook,” the president tweeted. “The Democrat I.T. scandal is a key to much of the corruption we say today. They want to make a ‘plea deal’ to hide what is on their Server. Where is the Sever? Really bad!”…
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