Wasserman Schultz Private Pakistani IT Administrator Awan Charged With Bank Fraud While Fleeing Country Big Swamp Drain

Wasserman Schultz Private Pakistani IT Administrator Awan Charged With Bank Fraud While Fleeing Country Big Swamp Drain

In a huge break for the Trump administration and truth seekers everywhere, Debbie Wasserman Schultz is in hot water. An IT Vendor in her employ from the predominantly Muslim nation of Pakistan was detained on charges of bank fraud Monday night at Dulles Airport in Washington D.C.

Imran Awan, 38, apparently was providing IT services for not only the former DNC chair, but at least a dozen other prominent democrats indirectly through family members.

It’s a free country you might say. Except for one minor detail among many others, Awan had been labeled a direct security risk by the White House and subsequently banned. Now it appears Awan will be implicated in something much bigger than just bank fraud.

Keep in mind, IT vendors generally aren’t directly engaged, much less paid large sums of money unless they are trying to solve problems that can’t be solved by local or internal IT teams. In many cases, these center around hardware issues. As a result it is likely no coincidence that damaged hardware was retrieved by investigators at Awan’s residence.

Don’t forget, large amounts of hardware including laptops and phones were destroyed by the Clinton team in relation to the wikileaks email release and subsequent scandal over a private server containing some 33,000 emails. These server logs were subsequently “bleached” using an expensive software that destroys all digital footprints of email transmissions which may or may not have implicated the Clinton foundation in multiple levels of criminal enterprise.

In a recent Tucker Carlson interview they play a clip where you can hear Wasserman Schultz threaten law enforcement over the confiscation of her laptop computer, saying, “there will be consequences.”

Watch below as Tucker and his guest break the astounding implications of this crime down:

With all the flap by Democrats about supposed obstruction by Republicans and President Trump, some are starting to beat the drum for a case of obstruction being raised against Wasserman Schultz for her role in pushing back in investigations of her own hardware as well as the charges against Imran Awan.

On Wednesday’s broadcast of the Fox Business Network’s “Mornings with Maria,” RNC Chair Ronna Romney McDaniel stated that former DNC Chair Representative Debbie Wasserman Schultz’s (D-FL) :

“has obstructed at every level, on something that affects, potentially our national security. So to have this gentlemen try and leave the country yesterday, and now we know there’s bank fraud, and we know he destroyed these hard drives and when you talk to — when you read the story about the Marine that found them in the apartment he was trying to rent. I mean, it’s a long story, but it’s something we have to get to the bottom of. We’re not hearing the Democrats talk about it at all. Where’s Debbie Wasserman Schultz? And we also need to know why DNC never turned over their hard drive to the FBI to review it as to their hacking.”

So true. Awan even knew Wasserman Schultz’s password for her iPad, so the 2 obviously had more than just a normal business relationship as that is a breach of security protocol in every IT department at every business in the United States and the free world.

With these facts in mind, it’s hard not to think that Awan won’t be forced to spill the beans under immense pressure by investigators. When he does, it’s quite likely that people higher up in the DNC food chain will be implicated as well, including swamp monsters like Wasserman Schultz, John Podesta, and even Hillary Clinton.

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