The Imran Awan IT Case Isn’t About Bank Fraud, It’s About National Security [VIDEO]

The Imran Awan IT Case Isn’t About Bank Fraud, It’s About National Security [VIDEO]

The Imran Awan IT Case Isn’t About Bank Fraud, It’s About National Security [VIDEO]

The IT “advisor” scandal regarding Imran Awan that the media, Democrats, and especially Debbie Wasserman Schultz want us to ignore isn’t going to go away anytime soon.

If, as NRO’s Andrew McCarthy points out, you saw anything from the media, you’d think this whole deal was just a weird blip on the radar. But it isn’t.

The case of Imran Awan, Debbie Wasserman Schultz’s mysterious Pakistani IT guy, is not about bank fraud. Yet bank fraud was the stated charge on which Awan was arrested at Dulles Airport this week, just as he was trying to flee the United States for Pakistan, via Qatar. That is the same route taken by Awan’s wife, Hina Alvi, in March, when she suddenly fled the country, with three young daughters she yanked out of school, mega-luggage, and $12,400 in cash. [Emphasis Added]

Andrew goes on to make the following points:

  • Imran Awan and his wife got away with transferring loan proceeds totaling $238,000 from the Congressional Federal Credit Union ON CAPITAL HILL, to Pakistan – PAKISTAN even though red flags were waving madly
  • Imran and his crew not only had access to emails and files from the House Intelligence and Foreign Affairs Committees, they were accessing member’s files WITHOUT their knowledge or permission
  • Congressional staff salaries average out to $40,000 per year. How was Imran, the others, and even his 20 yr old brother Jamal (who had previously worked at McDonalds) able to rake in $160,000 per year?
  • The Daily Caller, who has done extraordinary work on this, pointed out the years of mortgage fraud/car financing fraud, and life insurance fraud the family has been engaged in as well.
  • It’s a felony to take more than $10,000 in cash overseas. So how come the FBI and the Capitol Police let Hina go when they had her in hand at Dulles in February??!! Who told the FBI to let her go??
  • Security clearances? What security clearances? Maybe because the Democrats WANTED Imran and his crew to have uncontrolled access? 

In 2016, they wrote a letter to an appropriations subcommittee seeking funding so their staffers could obtain “Top Secret — Sensitive Compartmented Information” clearances. TS/SCI is the highest-level security classification. Awan family members were working for a number of the letter’s signatories.

Want to know who the Democrats were? Here you go. 

https://twitter.com/PoliticalShort/status/866761542892609537?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw&ref_url=http%3A%2F%2Ftwitchy.com%2Fsamj-3930%2F2017%2F07%2F24%2Fcrooked-democrats-fbi-seizes-smashed-hard-drives-from-wasserman-schultz-it-aides-home%2F

It’s also worth showing again. Debbie’s absolute insistence on returning laptops that Imran stole no questions asked to the point of threatening to fire Capitol Police chief!

Debbie dropped that insistence last week even though she STILL had Imran on her payroll. Keep in mind, this was also BEFORE Imran was arrested trying to leave the U.S.

As stated above, The Daily Caller has been the leader on this mess. Last night they inform the public that Debbie KNEW about the issues with Imran and his family.

“Does that mean if he had boarded the flight as planned the office would have been paying him for six months while he was abroad?” TheDCNF investigative group asked Wasserman Schultz’s spokesman Thursday. “Why would it do that?” The spokesman did not respond.

Moreover, Hina left the country while telling the House that she was going on ‘vacation,’ but wasn’t cut from the payroll until 2 days later!  Imran had informed her that he was going abroad for “vacation!”

Let me point that out again. Debbie was going to keep them BOTH on the payroll even though they A. were under major investigation, B. sent red flags up with their illegal cash-carrying and wire transfers abroad, and C. had access WITHOUT security clearances to information and files they should never have seen.

Again – as Andrew McCarthy points out, this is WAY MORE than a piddly little bank fraud case. Sorry Washington Post, this headline just doesn’t cut it.

By the way, as a few others have realized, the swamp in DC is mega deep in this case. Why? This is why.

https://twitter.com/Pamela_Moore13/status/890352159031611392?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw&ref_url=https%3A%2F%2Fsquawker.org%2Fall%2Fsteven-wasserman-brother-of-debbie-wasserman-schultz-to-oversee-awan-family-investigation%2F

Meanwhile Imran’s attorney is doing backflips to ensure the narrative is about anti-Muslim bigotry.

The media and the Democrats have been very silent on this matter. If it had been ANY Republican or even President Trump we would be at Nuclear Defcon 20 right now. Instead the silence is deafening and damning.

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4 Comments
  • jacmo says:

    MSM slight of hand, if it isn’t reported it didn’t happen, at least in the minds of their believers.

  • GWB says:

    It’s a felony to take more than $10,000 in cash overseas.

    No, it is not. It is illegal to take more than $10k and not declare it. Which is what she had tried to do, evidently. I’m guessing them letting her go was as simple as “Oh, ok, I will fill out the form,” and the customs folks followed their standard routine.

    Whether they were spies or not, they were certainly dirty, rotten crooks. AND they meet all the criteria for “spy on the inside” according to my annual training.

    • GWB says:

      FWIW, I’m not saying the customs folks should have followed their normal routine. But, I’m betting they did – because it’s easiest, it’s inertia.

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