Look What Wasserman-Schultz Was Doing With Her Muslim IT Staffer 24 Hours Before FBI Caught Him Trying To Flee To Pakistan

The Democratic Goons never seem to get criminal activity quite right. They may often get away with it because the system is rigged for them to do so, but they cannot keep it under wraps when so many Americans stay hot on the trails of every single tidbit of information that connects all of the highways of wrongdoing that the DNC travels on.

Debbie Wasserman-Schultz has to be terrified that all of the links that tie her to so much by way of crimes committed by her IT staffers is soon going to catch up with her, especially now that it has come to light that she was more than likely intending to continue paying Imran Awan even AFTER he escaped to Pakistan.

According to the Gateway Pundit :

The rapidly unfolding Awan brothers saga just took another turn. A new report published Sunday night, by Daily Caller’s Luke Rosiak, reveals Imran Awan was ‘frantically’ liquidating real estate holdings on the day of his arrest.

Daily Caller reports:

Imran Awan, a congressional aide arrested by the FBI after wiring $300,000 to Pakistan and misrepresenting the purpose, had previously wired money to the Muslim country and was frantically liquidating multiple real estate properties on the day he was arrested, The Daily Caller News Foundation Investigative Group has learned.

Imran’s real estate properties provide a source of money that could be sent directly to Pakistan when two upcoming home sales close. Prosecutors have since filed paperwork saying they fear “the dissipation of the proceeds of the fraud and destruction of evidence in other locations.”

Imran was arrested July 24 — four months after the FBI says his wife Hina Alvi moved to Pakistan after learning the family was the subject of a criminal investigation into their work as IT administrators for House Democrats. On the day of Imran’s arrest, the couple accepted a buyer for one house owned by Hina with an asking price of $618,000 (Hawkshead Dr.) and listed another property for sale at $200,000 (Pembrook Village), real estate records show. On June 20, a third house his wife owned was “sold” to his brother-in-law for $360,000 (Sprayer St.). In November 2016, a fourth home his wife owned was “sold” to his brother Jamal for $620,000 (Linnett Hill Dr.). In both cases, the bank financed nearly all of the purchase.

The Gateway Pundit previously reported Debbie Wasserman Schultz planned to pay IT staffer Imran Awan even while he lived in Pakistan had he not been arrested by the FBI at Dulles Airport Monday. Congressional payroll records also suggest that Wasserman Shultz knew Imran’s wife, a fellow IT staffer, left the U.S. months ago while she was a criminal suspect.

Luke Rosiak of The Daily Caller reports:

Awan booked a round-trip ticket to Pakistan in July and planned to depart Monday, July 24 with a return ticket in six months. He was arrested at Dulles Airport during his attempt to leave.

The Associated Press reported that Awan’s lawyer, Chris Gowen, said Awan “had informed the House of his plans to visit his family.” Wasserman Schultz’s spokesman cited Awan’s Monday arrest as the reason for ending his employment on Tuesday: “Upon learning of his arrest, he was terminated.” The office’s insistence that his termination was prompted by the Monday arrest — and not the House Sergeant at Arms banning him and his wife from touching congressional computers or his six months in Pakistan — suggests that had he boarded the flight without incident he would still be on payroll.

“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 investgative group asked Wasserman Schultz’s spokesman Thursday. “Why would it do that?” The spokesman did not respond.

Wasserman Schultz knows she’s in hot water over this IT scandal. The Gateway Pundit previously reported the FBI seized smashed hard drives belonging to Imran Awan. We also reported that Debbie Wasserman Schultz, threatened the chief of the U.S. Capitol Police with ‘consequences’ for holding equipment that she says belonged to her in order to build a criminal case against a Pakistani IT staffer suspected of massive cyber-security breaches.

John Cardillo reported, “Florida politicos who have known Wasserman Schultz for years are telling me she’s a nervous wreck, barely able to function since Imran Awan’s arrest.”

The fake news media cable networks have almost completely shut down coverage on one of the biggest scandals from the Democratic Party since former DNC worker Seth Rich was murdered.

The media blackout is only fanning the flames as the alternative media continues to bring punishing rounds to the DNC proving Wasserman Schultz has something to hide! Why was Wasserman Schultz so loyal to the Awan family? Why would she continue to pay a man who is no longer providing a service? Why were they paid over $4 million dollars over the course of their employment even though they were accused of a cyber-security breach?

One main reason is because THEY KNOW that the DNC wasn’t hacked by the Russians. These IT staffers have all the dirt on the underbelly of DNC.

Does it bother anyone else that it appears as though Wasserman-Schultz does in fact seem to be fully aware of the actions taken by the Awan brothers and had every intention to pay them once they made a clean escape to another country? This is not to mention keeping the smashed laptops and hard drives at her own home. Does Wasserman-Schultz really think we do not know the games she is playing?

Her excuse has to be the best to date. Wasserman-Schultz claims that she planned on keeping the aid because it would have seemed like “Muslim profiling” if she had fired him! Seriousy?

H/T [ Gateway Pundit , The Daily Caller  Young Conservatives ]

 

 

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