REPORT Feds Investigating Wasserman Schultz' Aids For Selling Information To Pakistan And Russia

REPORT Feds Investigating Wasserman Schultz' Aids For Selling Information To Pakistan And Russia
If you're playing catch-up on this burgeoning scandal, read Andy McCarthy's summary, and these details of Debbie Wasserman Schultz's bizarre behavior throughout the imbroglio -- including refusing to fire the staffers even after it was clear that they were under FBI investigation, then shifting her tone and storyregarding her obsession with a confiscated laptop.  She played the crude 'Islamophobia' card in an attempt to explain away her actions vis-a-vis her Pakistani-American staffers, but that spin both ignored the mounting evidence against them and smeared fellow Congressional Democrats who severed ties with the team once the federal probe came to light.  A fresh report from the New York Post quotes sources who say investigators are now looking into whether the Awan cabal sold stolen data from Congressional offices to foreign intelligence services.  The second country named is likely to raise eyebrows:

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The four relevant US intelligence agencies all concur that the Russian government meddled in the 2016 presidential election, for the express purpose of helping to defeat Hillary Clinton -- or at least undermine her legitimacy after she won, as Moscow expected she would.  But if the Post's sources are correct, the feds are now examining whether the Kremlin may have had some inside assistance from Democratic staffers who had access to reams of information.  And if there's a 'Russiagate' tie-in here, the FBI should ensure that Mueller's team knows all about it.  Two big "if's," but I've said all along that the probe ought to chase all of the evidence, wherever it may lead.  Plus, even if there's no connection to Moscow established here, questions about DWS' actions will keep swirling.  For instance, how and why these people were hired in the first place, and why they were paid so much, considering glaring underqualification issues:

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I'll leave you with the latest filing from the Daily Caller's Luke Rosiak, who has been all over this saga from the very beginning: 
 
Why did Democrats do very sketchy things to enable Awan's crew for years?  And as you read that piece -- go all the way to the end -- it's totally mystifying how these individuals landed their Congressional IT jobs at all. Who thought it was a good idea to grant these people access to a wide network of sensitive information? Was there a blackmail component at play? Stay tuned.
 Source: Town Hall
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