Here’s How Close We May Be To The End Of The DNC

With all the latest and breaking news involving the DNC IT man, Imran Awan, and all the mysterious deaths surrounding several DNC staffers… could we be digging deep into one of the largest conspiracies we’ve ever seen on U.S. soil?

Just how far does this “rabbit hole” go? How much of the information has been stitched together? With the FBI involved and James Comey no longer at the helm will we finally see some results?

The Mueller probe is seemingly a bust and we’re all waiting to see what exactly is in the Fisa Abuse MEMO!

#ReleaseTheMemo is trending all over the world and WE THE PEOPLE want more than speculation or bits of Intel dropped in our hands.


So given all we’ve covered since last night… here are some other alleged conspiracies that could easily tie into what’s going on

As written for Freedom Outpost by Michael Depinto:

The mainstream media has been complicit in their silence regarding the case of Imran Awan, Debbie Wasserman Schultz’s mysterious IT guy from Pakistan. But the story they are censoring has major implications for the national security of our country. Imran was recently arrested at Dulles airport on charges of bank fraud. But this is far larger than mere bank fraud.

In the following video, Right Wing News explains the real implications behind the Imran story. Imran had access to top secret information from House Intelligence Committee Democrats; information the committee specifically asked their staffers to have! Did Imran leak this information back to Pakistan? Why did Schultz keep Imran on her staff for so long? The story the media is covering up is far too large to ignore.

As reported on by National Review:

In Washington, it’s never about what they tell you it’s about. So take this to the bank: The case of Imran Awan, Debbie Wasserman Schultz’s mysterious Pakistani IT guy, is not about bank fraud.

Yet bank fraud was the stated charge on which Awan was arrested at Dulles Airport this week, just as he was trying to flee the United States for Pakistan, via Qatar. That is the same route taken by Awan’s wife, Hina Alvi, in March, when she suddenly fled the country, with three young daughters she yanked out of school, mega-luggage, and $12,400 in cash.

By then, the proceeds of the fraudulent $165,000 loan they’d gotten from the Congressional Federal Credit Union had been sent ahead. It was part of a $283,000 transfer that Awan managed to wire from Capitol Hill. He pulled it off — hilariously, if infuriatingly — by pretending to be his wife in a phone call with the credit union. Told that his proffered reason for the transfer (“funeral arrangements”) wouldn’t fly, “Mrs.” Awan promptly repurposed: Now “she” was “buying property.” Asking no more questions, the credit union wired the money . . . to Pakistan.

As you let all that sink in, consider this: Awan and his family cabal of fraudsters had access for years to the e-mails and other electronic files of members of the House’s Intelligence and Foreign Affairs Committees. It turns out they were accessing members’ computers without their knowledge, transferring files to remote servers, and stealing computer equipment — including hard drives that Awan & Co. smashed to bits of bytes before making tracks.

They were fired in February. All except Awan, that is. He continued in the employ of Wasserman Schultz, the Florida Democrat, former DNC chairwoman, and Clinton crony. She kept him in place at the United States Congress right up until he was nabbed at the airport on Monday.

This is not about bank fraud. The Awan family swindles are plentiful, but they are just window-dressing. This appears to be a real conspiracy, aimed at undermining American national security.

At the time of his arrest, the 37-year-old Imran Awan had been working for Democrats as an information technologist for 13 years. He started out with Representative Gregory Meeks (D., N.Y.) in 2004. The next year, he landed on the staff of Wasserman Schultz, who had just been elected to the House. Congressional-staff salaries are modest, in the $40,000 range. For some reason, Awan was paid about four times as much. He also managed to get his wife, Alvi, on the House payroll . . . then his brother, Abid Awan . . . then Abid’s wife, Natalia Sova. The youngest of the clan, Awan’s brother Jamal, came on board in 2014 — the then-20-year-old commanding an annual salary of $160,000.