Pakistani Imran Awan was not just a "computer guy" for Debbie Wasserman Schultz for 13 years. The Democratic IT aide was much more than that.
The two have been linked since Debbie Wasserman Schultz took office in 2014 as a Florida representative. Even though Imran Awan was living in Pakistan, she was continuing to pay him while he lived there.
Awan was one of three Pakistani brothers who handled IT affairs for Democratic government officials. They were all relieved of their duties in February. Why? There was suspicion that they were accessing computer networks without permission, which is also known as hacking.
Per The Gateway Pundit:
Imran Awan, who started working for Wasserman Schultz in 2005, received $164,600 in 2016, with close to $20,000 of that coming from Wasserman Schultz.
His brother Jamal, who started working as a staffer in 2014, was paid $157,350.12 in 2016. Abid, who started working in 2005, was paid $160,943 in 2016.
Imran’s wife, Hina Alvi, who was employed as a staffer since February 2007, was paid 168,300 in 2016. Rao Abbas was paid $85,049 in 2016.
In February Imran, Abid and Jamal were all banned from computer networks at the House of Representatives.
Most of the House Members got rid of the Awans immediately. There was only one person who kept Imran Awan on their payroll all the way up until the day he was arrested for bank fraud just after attempting to flee the country. And that person was Debbie Wasserman Schultz.
The other family members were able to get out of the country and take loads of tax-payer money with them.
The Awans used their access to leak sensitive information to foreign enemies. It is unclear whether this information was willingly or unwillingly obtained from Democrats.
Judge Napolitano came out with a bombshell report on the Imran Awan investigation.
Per Varney and Co.:
Judge Napolitano: He was arrested for some financial crime. That’s the tip of the iceberg. The real crime against him was that he had contact, he had access to emails of every member of Congress and he sold what he found in there. What did he sell and to whom did he sell it. That’s what the FBI wants to know. This may be a very, very serious national security investigation.
The deeper this gets, the shadier this Pakistani IT guy turns out to be. We will keep you updated as we get more information on the case.