Friday, February 14, 2020

The Curious Case of Imran Awan

The Paki national mentioned in the title is suing a reporter from the Daily Caller AND Regnery for 'defamation,'

Discovery in this lawsuit will open another picture-window to the Establishment and its faithful dog, the Deep State.

A couple of samples.....

...As Ryan Saavedra of the Daily Wire reported in December, the Department of Justice said it could not release records on Imran Awan due to “technical difficulties,” but later admitted in court documents that it could not release the records “because there is a secret ongoing case related to the matter.” The DOJ also failed to produce Capitol Police records requested in a Judicial Watch lawsuit, on the grounds of “technical difficulties.”

Also in play was a “sealed criminal matter” and the government declined to reveal the information “pursuant to an order issued by the Honorable Tanya S. Chutkan.” She is the POTUS 44 appointee who postponed Awan’s case six times then cut him a sweetheart deal in 2018.

The Pakistani-born Awan came to the USA through the immigration lottery system. He earned an IT degree from Johns Hopkins but did not work for any of the six IT firms officially vetted for congressional offices. Even so, DNC boss Debbie Wasserman Schultz not only brought Awan aboard but hired his wife and other family members, though none had degrees in information technology....
Far be it from anyone to suggest that Wasserman-Schultz was compromised, resulting in this very strange group of hires.

Further into the narrative, we see this:

...The Awans appeared to be thieves, Horowitz wrote, “but it was likely they were something more.” One of the recovered items was a laptop bearing the initials of Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, and Awan, who did not qualify for a security clearance, knew the password to the iPad used by Schultz for Democratic National Committee business. Awan was fired by every House member except Wasserman Schultz, and Capitol Police failed to search the Awans’ homes or arrest Imran Awan....
There are a lot of people in D.C. who seem to 'think' that US national security is irrelevant, or a dead letter.

Out here in flyover country, we don't agree.

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