Imran Awan Pleads Guilty To One Minor Charge: Feds Shut Down Everything Related To IT Scandal

This is unconscionable. It’s corruption, pure and simple. Republican and Democrat swamp creatures will do whatever to ensure the survival of the system. Drain the swamp.

The entire Democratic party would be implicated if the truth got out and that’s exactly what needs to happen. Where is feckless Republican leadership on this? Why aren’t they out there every day demanding answers?

This feels like a deep state dirty trick to me… How about you? Please comment below.

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On Tuesday morning, criminal Pakistani IT worker, Imran Awan pleaded guilty to making a false statement on a loan/credit application.

The Feds subsequently shut down everything else related to the IT scandal.

The Pakistani spy ring that infiltrated the House Dems is one of the biggest scandals in US history, yet here we are watching another egregious breach of security go unpunished, because Democrats are involved.

President of Judicial Watch, Tom Fitton has been fighting the Imran Awan case along side of investigative reporter for The Daily Caller, Luke Rosiak.

Tuesday morning, Fitton spoke out.

Fitton tweeted: Breaking: Arwan (sic) pleads guilty this morning to making false statement on loan/credit application. Feds shutting down everything else related to Awan Brothers House IT scandal.

Tom Fitton says Judicial Watch isn’t going anywhere even though the Awan IT scandal was shut down today.

As previously reported, Debbie Wasserman Schultz employed Pakistani IT staffers and brothers who were paid over $4 million dollars over the course of their employment even though they were accused of a cyber-security breach

Imran Awan worked for Debbie Wasserman Schultz for thirteen years since she came into office in 2004 as a Florida representative. 

Imran Awan was arrested as he attempted to flee the U.S. after wiring approximately $300,000 to Pakistan. When Imran Awan was arrested he was carrying $12,000 in cash on him. His wife was carrying $12,000 of cash when she fled the country too.

Imran Awan was accessing the House servers remotely from Pakistan, which shocked GOP Congressman Louie Gohmert.

“I’ve seen records indicating that he (Imran Awan) spent 3 to even more months per year in Pakistan. I’ve also seen emails that indicated that he was doing his job remotely in Pakistan,” Rosiak told Rep. Gohmert.

A House official previously told Circa News that Imran Awan may have sold information he uploaded to Dropbox to spies. Everyone is talking about Russia but Awan could have been the one to have sold the DNC emails. The DNC refuses to hand over their servers to be investigated. If they really were the victim of a ‘hack’ like they claim, they wouldn’t be protecting their servers from authorities.

Circa NewsThe House official told Circa that Awan was also allegedly uploading “terabits of information to dropbox so he was possibly able to access the information even after he was banned from the network.” The official said there is a need for a full congressional investigation on the matter.

“I think this may lead to information as to who really accessed the DNC server – everybody talks about Russia – but look at the access (Awan) had and potentially those emails could have been sold,” the House official added. More

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