REPORT: Wasserman-Schultz Protected Criminal Pakistani

  • 06/05/2018
  • Source: TTN
  • by: TTN Staff
REPORT: Wasserman-Schultz Protected Criminal Pakistani
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Former DNC Chairwoman and current US Representative Debbie Wasserman-Schultz is alleged to have covered up wrongdoing by her former staffer, Imran Awan. Awan is facing criminal charges stemming from an investigation into cybersecurity breaches under his watch.  During the investigation, it is reported that Wasserman-Schultz interveined to try and stop the inquiry, as well as using her influence to help him with a bad land deal brokered by his father in Pakistan. 

According to The Daily Caller:

Ex-Democratic National Committee head Debbie Wasserman Schultz said she intervened in a Pakistani land deal involving her then–IT aide Imran Awan, according to two House employees. The dispute came after Awan’s father was charged with fraud in relation to the deal, and the mysterious exertion of political influence resulted in Pakistani authorities instead targeting the elderly alleged victims, according to a local report.

And when a House Office of Inspector General cybersecurity investigation found that Awan made “unauthorized access” to House servers, including the House Democratic Caucus’ shortly before the election, Wasserman Schultz became “frantic, not normal,” “making the rounds” to House officials in an attempt to kill the investigation, one House employee told The Daily Caller News Foundation.

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Wasserman Schultz cornered House Chief Administrative Officer Phil Kiko and called him a “f**king Islamophobe,” saying “you will not so much as take away their parking spots,” the two House employees said Kiko told them.

The congresswoman also told Kiko she had invited Awan’s whole family to her daughter’s bat mitzvah and said she had “helped him with a land deal,” the sources said. A spokesman for Kiko declined to comment on this story.


This new report opens the door for many questions. The most important being, why did the representative feel the need to intervene, and is it because she has something to hide?

Awan was indicted in August and his court proceedings have been fraught with delays. Fox News is reporting that a deal is supposedly in the works.

[READ MORE: Government Corruption EXPOSED... And Confronted]

 Source: TTN

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