Professional Liar Debbie Wasserman Schultz thinks she still lives in the carefree days of Clinton and Obama’s land of corruption. A magically delicious place where anything goes as long as you defend your crimes by debasing them as racist and islamaphobic.
Investors.com reports "Chris Gowen, Awan's lawyer and a longtime associate of the Clinton's, claimed that "this is clearly a right-wing media-driven prosecution by a United States Attorney's Office that wants to prosecute people for working while Muslim.”
Schultz said the whole thing raises "troubling concerns about due process, fair treatment and potential ethnic and religious profiling.” Of course crooked Schultz kept Pakistan Expatriate Muslim Brotherhood sympathizer IT staffer Imran Awan on her staff long after all the other Democrats had dropped Awan due to the DC Police probe back in February. Why? Well the plot is thickening.
Roger Stone reports that Awan was with Seth Rich hours before his murder.
And Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Seymour Hersch recently revealed inside information tying Seth Rich to Wikileaks.
Now does this arrogant outburst from Wasserman Schultz become clearer when she is denied access to Awan’s laptop by the Capitol Police Chief.
The Awan family, who are all under investigation had been collectively paid 4 million in taxpayer dollars for part time no show IT work by House Democrats since 2009. Investors.com writes "Imran and Abid both had run-ins with the law, including public drunkenness and accusations of insurance fraud. Yet Democrats in the House gave them wide-ranging access to their emails and other potentially sensitive information. Why?”
It’s simple. The Awan’s have Dirt.dirt. and more dirt on Schultz. In the coming weeks Debbie Wasserman Schultz will reveal a nasty woman status surpassing her comrade Hillary Clinton. Well almost.
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