Dem Rep Dodges Daily Caller Reporter On Busted IT Employee


In light of Imran Awan attempt to flee the country and arrest, the DNC is working overtime to dodge any questions that may come their way… I’m sure until they get their story straight, right? Lol

The Daily Caller has been attempting to get a response from ranking House Ethics Committee member Ted Deutch who actually fled from the reporter and his office has refused to respond to them. Though they have made SOME contact, all inquires to his office has been staunchly dodged since May of this year and I suspect will continue to be dodged.

Anyway, here’s some audio provided by TheDC that “should clear things up a bit” haha.

As written for The Daily Caller by Kerry Picket:

WASHINGTON — House Ethics Committee ranking member Ted Deutch fled from The Daily Caller and his office refused to respond to emailed questions about his knowledge of former House IT employee Imran Awan, who is now charged with multiple counts of bank fraud and previously worked for the Florida lawmaker and other Democrats.

Last week, TheDC asked Deutch about the IT staffers as he walked down the steps of the Capitol, but Deutch motioned to his middle school daughter being with him and complained that he could not answer the question at the time.

“You know as much as I do,” Deutch said.

TheDC pressed further, but Deutch said his office would be available to respond to any other questions.

Deutch’s office had been previously contacted by the The Daily Caller News Foundation’s Luke Rosiak about the issue multiple times since May, but no response had been given. Another email to Deutch’s communications director Jason Atterman was sent after the Florida congressman refused to talk about what he knew about Awan last week.

Dem Leader Dodges Questions About Busted IT Employee

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