p. 72 ...the Awans were funneling all the data off of members' official servers and onto one computer in an unknown location; a massive security violation.
About this time the DNC got hacked. Debbie Wassermann Schultz denied access to that computer to the FBI of Justice having their own "independent" company in to determine who had done the hacking. p. 70 ... A simple search of Imran's name on the WikiLeaks site revealed that Imran was on a first-name basis with DNC officials and had access to Wassermann Schultz's electronic devices at the DNC. On May 4, 2016, DNC Assistant to the Chair Amy Kroll wrote: "I do not have access to her iPad password, but Imran does."
Then comes one of the great ironies of all of this: the involvement of the pawn of the Democrats, Peter Strzok.
Ron Hosko, the FBI’s former assistant director, said the agent on the case is “getting marginalized on the thing, he doesn’t have the bigger picture.” He said the facts in the case plainly call for the resources of both the FBI’s counterintelligence division and the public corruption unit. Peter Strzok, who sought to close down the investigation into Clinton’s emails before the intelligence community IG found classified materials, and who repeatedly voiced his support for Democrats, was deputy assistant director of the FBI’s counterintelligence division.
How did this happen?
1. First of all, who were these people? We can blame the Visa Lottery System.
p. 112 In 1997, Imran Awn applied to immigrate to the United States under the diversity lottery. He won. The family--Muhammed (father), Imran, Abid, Jamal, sister Adeela, and their mom, Tahira-- borrowed money for the plane tickets to the United Stats, and when they arrived stayed with distant relatives: Nasim Akhtar, who owed the federal government six figures in outstanding taxes, and her husband, who was indicted on charges of Medicaid fraud.
p. 113 His father was more interested in manipulating the system than in working. He took a series of jobs, but only as an excuse to get disability payments.
p. 114 The father "He became a fraud priest. He put in the newspaper: "'I can make you heal if you give me money.'"
"Imran, the eldest child, was trained as Muhammed's apprentice. Lithe, handsome and charismatic, Imran was a good talker, especially with women. Muhammed would find men who were suffering from cancer and other deadly ailments and send Imran to convince their wives to exchange their life savings --sometimes as much as $30,000--for the continued life of their spouses."
In his early twenties and while still not a U.S. citizen, he began working in congressional IT through a contractor, Into America Corp, now IConstituent, which managed data about people who requested hep from their Congress members; data that could include Social Security.
Florida Representative Robert Wexler, who in 2004 hired Imran directly. In 2004 Imran became a citizen and was hired by Debbie Wasserman Schultz and Representative Xavier Becerra.
Wassermann Schultz encouraged newly elected members to place him on their payrolls and he was soon making the maximum salary under House rules. He added one relative after another to the House payroll.
p. 71: The author writes:
I went through my database, calling House IT aides until I found one willing to speak with me. After Congress banned the Awans, many members suddenly needed IT aides. Pat Sowers took over the office of Don McEachin, a newly elected Democrat from Virginia. Sowers had, in fact, been originally slated to set up the office after the election. "Within a week of the election," however, "McEachin's chief of staff called me and wanted to hire me, but they were very clear on it, Sowers said. This meant that even though the Awans had, according to Buzzfeed, been under investigation for "months," they'd been allowed to expand their roster of clients and configure the entire computer networks of newly elected members, including two new members of the Congressional Black Caucus, McEahen and Lisa Blunt rochester of Delaware, and three new members for Florida, Charlie Crist, Darren Soto and Stephanie Murphy. They weren't merely allowed to do so -- someone pushed them onto these members.
What Sowers found when he arrived in February as Representative McEachin's second choice IT aide is that all the computers were configured to be nothing more than "thin clients" that pointed to an external server, meaning all of Representative McEachin's data was being stored somewhere else. The computers also lacked the most basic precautions, such as anti-virus software mandated by the House. ... What it came down to, they said, is that the Awans were funneling all the data off of members' official servers and onto one computer in an unknown location; a massive security violation.
WHY WAS DEBBIE WASSERMAN SCHULTZ SO DEFENSIVE OF IMRAN AWAN?
Chapter Twelve: Pakistan
p. 125: A 2009 article in the Pakistani newspaper, Dawn, available online in English, revealed that Imran was a serial fraudster who surrounded himself with other morally compromised individuals who systematically exploited the vulnerable, double-crossed his partners, routinely extorted and threatened witnesses, framed his victims for crimes, and used political influence to get away with it.
P. 129 ...When Muhammed Awan was arrested for stealing land from the farmers, he screamed in the police station: "You don't know me, my SON (Imran) owns the White House in D.C., you will learn a lesson forever...I am king maker and I can change prime minister."
WHITE HOUSE? Obama was then in office
Minhas said that when Imran arrived in Pakistan to bury his mother and extort and frame others, a US. Embassy official met him at the airport at 2 a.m. and escorted him into the town to the hospital where his father was being treated. Imran wasted no time using that as a display of his influence. "Imran Awn said to me directly these words: 'See how I control White House on my fingertip, look [at] that guy (officer from U.S. Consulate was standing corner side in his father room in hospital). He was stand by inside airport waiting for me to welcome me in Pakistan.; Imran bragged: "My boss called to Embassy."
Of whom was he referring? Boss? White House? Just how far did this go?
What Minhas said next was shocking. His brother witnessed Muhammed give Rehman Malik, a former intelligence officer who went on to become Pakistan's interior minister, a USB of data. "After Imran father deliver USB to Rehman Malik, four Pakistani [intelligence] agents were with his father twenty-four hour on duty to protect him. Oh, yes, some Pakistani [intel] agents were with him all the time, as per order of Rehman Malik [former interior minster]."
The book ends with the question:
Do they even know that the Awn groups relatives and associates continue to occupy sensitive IT roles in the federal government, including one who got a top-secret intelligence contract with the Obama White House despite the fact that his previous position was operating a car dealership? That another associate won a multimillion-dealership? That another associate won a multimillion
-dollar Department of Defense contract (in fact, he got preference for it by invoking his status as an ethnic minority)? That a former roommate runs IT for the Department of Homeland Security's Customs and Border Protection?
Do they want to know?
This is the story of a cover-up, manipulation, and the subversion of justice, and it is a true one in a world whee true stories often don't have happy endings. But one conclusion seems clear: the DOJ, Democrats ad some establishment republicans are all on the same team. One where insiders go along to get along.
Every American should read this book just to understand how vulnerable our national security is. And when you look at this clip, you will see just how misplaced is our trust in any version of the truth coming from the Democrats' mouths.
So these are the people now in charge of Congress. Expect no truth from them. But total loyalty from the flock of sheep they control.