It appears that Florida Congresswoman and the corrupt former head of the Democratic National Committee is mounting a publicity campaign against the National Rifle Association to deflect and misdirect the public from the truth:
- Wasserman Schultz was complicit in interfering in a presidential election by openly advantaging Hillary Clinton over Bernie Sanders.
- Wasserman Schultz was openly participating in the cabal against candidate Donald Trump by assisting the Hillary Clinton Campaign in surreptitiously using Attorney Marc Elias of Perkins Coie to pay Glenn Simpson’s Fusion GPS for the Trump dossier
- Wasserman Schultz was aiding and abetting Pakistani foreign nationals in compromising a large portion of the House Democrat’s computers and secure platform.
So what credibility does Debbie Wasserman Schultz have when she attacks the NRA?
Debbie Wasserman Schultz: NRA ‘Just Shy of a Terrorist Organization’
Representative Debbie Wasserman Schultz (D., Fla.) characterized the NRA as “just shy of a terrorist organization” Tuesday in response to the the contention of the group’s newly appointed president, Oliver North, that the Parkland students pushing stricter gun-control legislation are engaging in “civil terrorism.”
“The NRA is kind of just shy of a terrorist organization,” Schultz told HuffPo Tuesday. “They have done everything they can to perpetuate the culture of violence that we have in our country with the spread of assault weapons across the nation.” <Source>
By the same criteria used to consider the NRA just shy of a terrorist organization ...
Where is the laptop computer first claimed by Wasserman Schultz to be her privileged and protected property – and should Wasserman Schultz be investigated for obstruction of justice after threatening the Capitol Police with budget consequences if the laptop was not returned?
Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz threatened the chief of the U.S. Capitol Police with “consequences” for holding equipment that she says belongs to her in order to build a criminal case against a Pakistani staffer suspected of massive cybersecurity breaches involving funneling sensitive congressional data offsite.
The Florida lawmaker used her position on the committee that sets the police force’s budget to press its chief to relinquish the piece of evidence Thursday, in what could be considered using her authority to attempt to interfere with a criminal investigation. The Capitol Police and outside agencies are pursuing Imran Awan, who has run technology for the Florida lawmaker since 2005 and was banned from the House network in February on suspicion of data breaches and theft.
“My understanding is the the Capitol Police is not able to confiscate Members’ equipment when the Member is not under investigation,” Wasserman Schultz said in the annual police budget hearing of the House Committee On Appropriations’ Legislative Branch Subcommittee. “We can’t return the equipment,” Police Chief Matthew R. Verderosa told the Florida Democrat.
“I think you’re violating the rules when you conduct your business that way and you should expect that there will be consequences,” Wasserman Schultz said. As one of eight members of the Committee on Appropriations’ Legislative Branch subcommittee, Wasserman Schultz is in charge of the budget of the police force that is investigating her staffer and how he managed to extract so much money and information from members. <Source>
After her “threat” was widely reported, Wasserman Shultz did a flip-flop: now it’s not her laptop …
Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz never actually saw the computer she fought to block the Capitol Police from examining as evidence in a criminal case against her IT aide by saying it was hers, she told the South Florida Sun-Sentinel Thursday.
She threatened “consequences” on May 18 for the chief of the Capitol Police unless the laptop was returned — despite police contending it was needed to help determine whether a staffer may have violated the House’s cybersecurity.
“This was not my laptop. I have never seen that laptop. I don’t know what’s on the laptop,” she said Thursday. She said it was Imran’s laptop but purchased using taxpayer funds from her office.
Wasserman Schultz acknowledged to the Sun-Sentinel that Imran is suspected by House authorities of transferring data from the House network, in addition to theft. She refused to fire him until he was arrested by the FBI trying to fly to Pakistan, saying because she wanted police to share evidence with her but they would not. <Source>
Ironically, Wasserman Schultz wants background checks on ammunition purchasers, but apparently not foreign nationals with access to confidential material involving national security …
If a screening had caught those, what officials say happened next might have been averted. The House inspector general reported on Sept. 20, 2016, that shortly before the election members of the group were logging into servers of members they didn’t work for, logging in using congressmen’s personal usernames, uploading data off the House network, and behaving in ways that suggested “nefarious purposes” and that “steps are being taken to conceal their activity.”
A pair of closely-held reports on Imran Awan, his brothers Abid and Jamal, his wife Hina Alvi, and his friend Rao Abbas, said, “the shared employees have not been vetted (e.g. background check).” “Shared employees” means they were all hired as part-time, individual employees by individual members, cobbling together $165,000 salaries. Jamal began making that salary at only 20 years old, according to House payroll records; Abid never went to college, his stepmother said; and Rao Abbas’ most recent job experience was being fired from McDonald’s, according to his roommate. (“Whether they had formal training or not, they were trained on the job by Imran,” one of Imran’s lawyers said.)
Among the 44 employers, the primary advocate for the suspects has been Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz of Florida, who introduced a bill Monday that would require background checks on Americans purchasing ammunition. “Without bullets a gun is just a hunk of useless metal,” she said, calling ammunition the “loophole” in gun control policy. <Source>
Just as the Democrats refused to have the DNC server forensically examined by the FBI, the Democrats again refused access to or falsified a pertinent piece of evidence – and lied to the FBI.
A secret server is behind law enforcement’s decision to ban a former IT aide to Democratic Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz from the House network.
Now-indicted former congressional IT aide Imran Awan allegedly routed data from numerous House Democrats to a secret server. Police grew suspicious and requested a copy of the server early this year, but they were provided with an elaborate falsified image designed to hide the massive violations. The falsified image is what ultimately triggered their ban from the House network Feb. 2, according to a senior House official with direct knowledge of the investigation.
The secret server was connected to the House Democratic Caucus, an organization chaired by then-Rep. Xavier Becerra. Police informed Becerra that the server was the subject of an investigation and requested a copy of it. Authorities considered the false image they received to be interference in a criminal investigation, the senior official said.
Awan had access to all emails and office computer files of 45 members of Congress who are listed below. Fear among members that Awan could release embarrassing information if they cooperated with prosecutors could explain why the Democrats have refused to acknowledge the cybersecurity breach publicly or criticize the suspects.
On Jan. 24, 2017, Becerra vacated his congressional seat to become California’s attorney general. “He wanted to wipe his server, and we brought to his attention it was under investigation. The light-off was we asked for an image of the server, and they deliberately turned over a fake server,” the senior official said.
“They were using the House Democratic Caucus as their central service warehouse … It was a breach. The data was completely out of [the members’] possession. Does it mean it was sold to the Russians? I don’t know,” the senior official said. <Source>
Bottom line …
- Why hasn’t a grand jury been convened to speak with Debbie Wasserman Schultz?
- Why hasn’t the contents of the laptop been revealed in leaks? Could it be because all of the law enforcement leakers happen to be Democrats or Democrat-sympathizers?
- Where is the Special Prosecutor on the fact that it may have been the Democrats who colluded with the Russians through Fusion GPS – and possibly other foreign nationals?
- Why is no one calling for Xavier Becerra to be sanctioned and removed from office as California’s Attorney General?
It would be natural to believe that the Democrats may be subject to blackmail over the contents of their emails; perhaps to the extent of showing collusion with Fusion GPS and Russian Sources to sabotage the campaign of candidate Trump.
What did Wasserman Schultz know and when did she know it?
There is more hard evidence in this case than there is in the Trump case – so it is my conclusion that the Democrats need this Trump witch hunt to continue, at least until the statute of limitations runs out on the crimes committed by President Obama, members of his administration – including top intelligence and law enforcement agencies – and the Democrats in Congress.
We are so screwed.
"The object in life is not to be on the side of the majority, but to escape finding oneself in the ranks of the insane." -- Marcus Aurelius