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Sunday, July 30, 2017

Debbie Wasserman Schultz and the Pakistani IT Scammers


By National Review, July 29, 2017

In Washington, it’s never about what they tell you it’s about. So take this to the bank: 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.


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1 comment:

  1. Could the Awan-Schultz Scandal Bring Down the Democratic Party? (VERO BEACH, FL) In what is quickly shaping up to become the biggest scandal for the Democratic Party since Hillary Clinton’s secret server and WikiLeaks’ release of the emails from John Podesta and the DNC, the investigation into the former DNC chairwomen’s IT workers may be the scandal that breaks the donkey's back. Defrauding Congress, internal coverups, illegal access, potential ties to Pakistani ISI and the Muslim Brotherhood, and a curious interest into pedophile centric videos; what will the investigation into Rep. Debbie Wassermann Schultz’s former IT workers reveal?

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