Here is a Radical Proposition for Debbie Wasserman-Shultz and her Democrat Cohorts

I knew this “incident” would be big but I never considered it could be the final thread that may allow their followers to see them for what they are… until now.

Many have long speculated that the DNC was corrupt but I think the question, too, has always been just HOW corrupt are they? The WikiLeaks email gave me a lot of insight and personal-probable cause as to truly never trust someone associated with the official DNC but this is getting really murky… swamp murky if you catch my drift.

Just how far will this go?

As Written By Michelle Malkin for the Daily Signal:

Here is a radical proposition: The public has a right to know the immigration status and history of foreign criminal suspects.

Their entrance and employment sponsorship records should not be treated like classified government secrets—especially if the public’s tax dollars subsidized their salaries.

In March, I contacted the D.C. offices of House congressional Democrats Joaquin Castro of Texas, Sander Levin of Michigan, Marcia Fudge of Ohio, Greg Meeks of New York, and Ted Deutch of Florida.

These public officials have at one time or another employed one of three Pakistani Muslim brothers or their family and friends caught up in a criminal theft and hacking probe of the House Democrats’ information security systems.

In all, IT worker Imran Awan and his family and friends hoovered up an estimated $4 million in government funds over a period of 13 years.

For months, the D.C. Capitol Police have probed allegations that the Awan ring stole equipment from more than 20 congressional offices and accessed the House IT system without members’ knowledge.

Investigative reporter Luke Rosiak at The Daily Caller News Foundation has done excellent work on the case—most recently breaking the news of Imran Awan’s arrest in late July at the airport for alleged bank fraud, mortgage scams, and shady wire transfers of nearly…….


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