Yet another Democrat scandal that somehow hasn’t made it into the Big Media news feed is last year’s ongoing Debbie Wasserman Schultz attempt at covering up her tipping of the scales towards Hillary Clinton and the dumping of Bernie Sanders on the way to the Democrat nomination. As others before me have noted, overturn almost any Democrat “rock” and many creepy critters scurry away, which are then largely ignored.
“Nothing to see here, move along.”
Meanwhile the Democrat-media conspiracy maintains an alternate reality where overturning more Republican “rocks” (and finding virtually nothing) is the top national priority. The idea seems to be to carefully ignore any real threats to America. The Left IS what it [falsely] accuses its opponents of being (hat tip: Rush Limbaugh).
Where did all the Big Media MSM reporters go, who were hysterically warning about the threat to our nation posed by Russia? Doesn’t our constitutional republic matter when insiders threaten it? Thankfully, the Daily Caller and Judicial Watch are doing the work that the DOJ should be doing. Too bad they don’t have the authority to prosecute these criminals.
Coming up, Daniel John Sobieski in today’s American Thinker putting the available information right in front of us on the former DNC chair and Imran Awan, plus shining spot lights on the many creepy critters of the Left; like Debbie Wasserman Schultz, and their many rotten deeds, done with apparent impunity.
This is a public service which the corrupt Big Media refuses to do, and which is critical to the survival of what’s left of our Constitutional Republic.
Democrats (from the party that thinks the Electoral College is undemocratic but that unelected super delegates representing party bosses are just fine) forget how former DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz tipped the scales for Hillary Clinton over a surging Bernie Sanders. She interfered in the 2016 election in ways that Vladimir Putin couldn’t even dream of and arguably changed at least the Democratic Party results and campaign timeline.
In all the discussions of the Russians or their operatives hacking into the DNC and exposing the emails documenting DNC corruption and collusion with a single candidate, Hillary Clinton, the content of those emails are shoved aside. The emails documenting subversion of our democracy by Democrats, revealed by Wikileaks, were written by Democrats, not Vladimir Putin.
Schultz said she would step down after the convention. She has been forced to step aside after a leak of internal DNC emails showed officials actively favoring Hillary Clinton during the presidential primary and plotting against Clinton’s rival, Bernie Sanders…
The Sanders campaign has long claimed that the party establishment had its “finger on the scales” during the bitter and surprisingly long primary, but the embarrassing new revelations proved to be the final straw for a figure who had been a lightning rod for tension within the party.
The Russians may or may not have been involved, but in this context perhaps they should be considered whistleblowers and not hackers. It’s like someone breaking into a house only to find a murder scene. They can be accused of burglary but not the murder. Still the Russians were an easy diversion:
Add to the mix that Seth Rich was an idealistic Bernie supporter who couldn’t believe the corruption he discovered in Debbie Wasserman Schultz tilting the primary election scales toward Hillary. When the DNC ignored his complaints and whistle-blowing, he copied all the email files from the DNCs servers, gave them to Wikileaks and was murdered to silence him and intimidate other would-be leakers.
Debbie’s ‘Pakistani Parrots’ really didn’t have any motivation to go to Wikileaks. They would go somewhere that would pay handsomely for the information and, if they had any ideological motivation, it would be to support something like the Muslim Brotherhood, not Wikileaks.
The Awans are gangsters. Given the reports of blackmail and extortion by Imran Awan’s step mother, it is conceivable that he might have been willing, for the right price, to arrange for Seth Rich’s murder or even undertake it himself. As yet, Rich’s murder is unsolved, and the motive for it is murky. The Capitol Police insist it was a botched robbery, but the fact remains that nothing was taken. Robbers usually take the trouble to despoil their victims, even when they unintentionally kill them.
But then there’s this astonishing revelation; certainly a cover-up which included Debbie Wasserman Schultz’s curious relationship with Pakistani Imran Awan.
Awan was the top IT aide to Democratic Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz. The FBI reportedly “seized smashed computer hard drives” from his home. He was “arrested trying to flee to Pakistan after wiring almost $300,000 to the country,” according to The Daily Caller, which has owned the story because it does actual news reporting.
Here’s an amazing paragraph from the Caller: “Awan and members of his family received $4 million from the Democratic congressmen they were working for since 2010. Wasserman Schultz has been especially uncooperative with the probe into her staffers and even threatened the Capitol Police chief for gathering evidence. She refused to fire Awan until after he was arrested, even though Capitol Police had already revoked Awans’ access to the congressional IT system in February in relation to a major security breach.” ($4 million, and you wonder where your tax dollars go.)
Why was Awan kept on after other Democrats canceled his services? Smashed computer hard drives? Where, oh where, have we seen that before? What other computer systems in and outside of Congress did Awan and his associates have access to? Could it be that Awan and not the Russians leaked the DNC emails to Wikileaks, possibly for cash? Why is Mueller and his multi-million-dollar team wasting time and effort on the ‘Russian investigation’?
Dead fish begin to rot from the head. So where oh where are the alphabet soup Big Media Fake News organizations on this investigation?
AWOL is where, and it stinks to high heaven.
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