As the Mueller Report controversy continues in the media – even knowing that Trump did not collude with Russia to interfere with the 2016 elections and did not obstruct justice while performing his constitutional duties – I was wondering if it was possible that the progressive socialist democrats in Congress were using the Trump/Russia collusion allegations to distract from an even bigger national security scandal.

What if …

What if the congressional Democrats found that they had willingly and negligently participated in a national security breach that saw the penetration of congressional computer systems, the large scale theft of taxpayer funds used by congressional offices, and the conveyance of classified information to a foreign intelligence service? And, what if this breach of national security was known to the various intelligence and law enforcement agencies and was being deliberately suppressed by order of the congressional Democrats? With approximately 20% of the Democrat caucus at risk from the perpetrators, what are the chances that some representatives feel coerced to cover up the matter and to pressure others to do the same?


Not really. The real charges disappear, and the perpetrator is given a government “get out of jail free” card.

Excerpts from Plea Agreement Letter in the matter of United States v. Imran Awan -- Criminal Case No. 17-cr-161 (TSC)

This letter sets forth the full and complete plea offer to your client, Imran A wan (hereinafter referred to as "your client" or "defendant"), from the Office of the United States Attorney for the District of Columbia (hereinafter also referred to as "the Government" or "this Office"). This plea offer expires on July 3, 2018.

1. Charges and Statutory Penalties

Your client agrees to plead guilty to Count Three in the Indictment, charging your client with False Statement on Loan or Credit Application, in violation of 18 U.S.C. § 1014. Your client understands that a violation of 18 U.S. C. § 1014 carries a maximum sentence of 30 years of imprisonment; a fine of $1,000,000 or twice the pecuniary gain or loss of the offense, pursuant to 18 U.S.C. § 3571(b)(3); a term of supervised release of not more than 5 years, pursuant to 18 U.S.C. § 3583(b)(l); mandatory restitution under 18 U.S.C. § 3663A; and an obligation to pay any applicable interest or penalties on fines and restitution not timely made.

4. Dismissal of Co-Defendant Hina Alvi

As part of your client's guilty plea to the above offense, the Government will request that the Court dismiss all charges in the Indictment against co-defendant Hina Alvi at the time of sentencing.

[OCS: Hina Alvi is Imran Awan’s wife and was apprehended by customs and found to have $12,400 in cash – but was permitted to fly to Qatar with her children even though she was traveling with food and household goods that indicated that she was unlikely to return.]

8. Relevant Conduct for Purposes of Sentencing Allocution

The Government agrees that, as part of its sentencing allocution, the relevant conduct for purposes of determining your client's sentence is the conduct described in the Statement of Offense.

More specifically, the Government agrees that the public allegations that your client stole U.S. House of Representatives ("House") equipment and engaged in unauthorized or illegal conduct involving House computer systems do not form the basis of any conduct relevant to the determination of the sentence in this case.

The Government conducted a thorough investigation of those allegations, including interviewing approximately 40 witnesses; taking custody of the House Democratic Caucus server, along with other computers, hard drives, and electronic devices; examining those devices, including inspecting their physical condition and analyzing log-in and usage data; reviewing electronic communications between pertinent House employees; consulting with the House Office of General Counsel and House information technology personnel to access and/or collect evidence; and questioning your client during numerous voluntary interviews. The Government has uncovered no evidence that your client violated federal law with respect to the House computer systems. Particularly, the Government has found no evidence that your client illegally removed House data from the House network or from House Members' offices, stole the House Democratic Caucus Server, stole or destroyed House information technology equipment, or improperly accessed or transferred government information, including classified or sensitive information.

[OCS: It appeared that the government sought to exonerate the defendants of all of the serious charges that may have resulted in the criminal indictments and convictions of House Democrats and staff members. Prosecutors do not exonerate individuals of criminal wrongdoing -- they either charge or remain silent. This is the smoking gun -- describing the highly unusual nature of this particular case.

Additionally, it is believed that the investigation was knowingly fudged by Obama Administration law enforcement and intelligence agency officials. How convenient … and how typical of the Obama-era deep state?

Over 5,700 logins by the five Awan associates were discovered on a single server within the House, the server of the Democratic Caucus Chairman, then Rep. Xavier Becerra of California. Up to 40 or more members of Congress had all of their data moved out their office servers and onto the Becerra server without their knowledge or consent.”          

Becerra left Congress in January 2017. Before he left, Capitol Police wanted a copy of the caucus server’s contents.

Becerra presumably told Imran Awan that Capitol Police wanted a copy of the server. What is known is that Awan did produce a copy of a server’s data for Capitol Police; however, after taking a look at the data they were provided, Capitol Police determined they were given a copy of data from some other server instead.

Capitol Police found that the image (the copy of the server contents) they were supplied was false,” said Rep. Perry, quoting a report from the House Office of Inspector General.

So the Awans had access to – in fact, were copying – all the emails, personal schedules and other data from the Democrats they worked for to this server and, according to other reports, a Dropbox account. <Source>

There is an abundance of conflicting and disturbing information that is contained within official government documents which conveniently are being ignored in favor of the Trump witch hunt.]

<Source: DOJ>

Imagine 20% of the house Democrats used IT services from five unvetted Pakistani nationals who were promoted by Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz, the former Democratic National Committee Chair who went to extraordinary lengths to defend and protect the perpetrators – even threatening Capitol Police if they accessed a laptop over which she initially claimed ownership and then later retracted.

Bottom line…

Who can say that it was not this group that obtained the information claimed hacked from Democrat servers and released – possibly as a demonstration of how more serious information could be released if the matter was not quashed?

Where are the charges of lying to government investigators? Where are the charges of espionage and computer hacking, identity theft, and using stolen passwords? Where are the charges of defrauding the United States by significantly overcharging for services never performed? Where is the Grand Jury questioning of Debbie Wasserman Schultz?

And, what of the judge that “sentenced Awan to time served — which was one day in detention -- and 11 months of GPS monitoring — plus three months’ supervision? And, said from the bench, “The court finds Mr. Awan and his family have suffered sufficiently.”

This IT matter makes the Julian Assange hacking/password charges look almost petty and ludicrous.

Something stinks in Washington, and it appears that the smell is emanating from the Democrats and some of their wishy-washy GOP RINOs.

We are so screwed.

-- steve

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