The House Intelligence Committee has said that there is no evidence of Trump-Russia collusion, but the Special Counsel Mueller probe continues while real collusion plays out unabated.
According to Frontpage Mag, the individual at the center of the Democrat IT scandal is having his case pushed back so that the election of a California Leftist tied to the foul play can be secured.
Imran Awan, a Pakistani-born computer specialist who entered the United States through the visa lottery program, was hired along with his wife and two brothers by DNC boss Debbie Wasserman Schultz in the mid-2000s to oversee the technical operations of around 40 Congressional Democrat computers and some DNC units.
After reports of suspicious activities and possible hacking were lodged against the Awan clan, Capitol Hill police banned them from governmental computers. Wasserman Schultz refused to comply with the rule and kept the Awans on the payroll.
In July of 2017, the case was building fast that Awan and his family had indeed hacked Democrat computers and were possibly blackmailing officials. Imran Awan appears to have sensed that his arrest was imminent and tried to flee the country but was arrested and held on bank fraud charges.
As investigators pursued their look into what the Awans were up to, they discovered that Imran had stored a lot of pilfered data on a secret server belonging to Rep. Xavier Becerra (D-CA). Police requested to look at the server, much like the FBI asked to look at the DNC server a few years back but were given a “fake image” of the unit.
Imran’s hearing was initially scheduled for November, 2017 but was pushed back to January 8, 2018. That too was bumped to March. Now, Frontpage Mag writes that the case has once again been deferred until next year.
This delay is being seen by some as a way to allow Becerra to run for re-election untainted by any indictments or smudges of criminality.
Helping Becerra’s case is the judge presiding over Imran’s fate, Judge Tanya S. Chutkan. A former partner in the Boies, Schiller, & Flexner firm, which represented Huma Abedin in the investigation of Hillary Clinton’s email server, Chutkan is also a frenzied opponent of President Trump.
The presiding judge in the Awan case is Tanya S. Chutkan, once a partner in the law firm of Boies, Schiller, & Flexner, which represented Huma Abedin in the investigation of Hillary Clinton’s email server. .
— Fumble Dew (@Fumbledew92) March 13, 2018
The whiff of collusion permeates this entire sordid tale.
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