Debbie Wassermann Schultz IT Scandal with Imram Awan is Getting A Lot Worse
Liberals aren't too hot for security. From Hillary's emails to the refusal to enforce border security, one wonders if they lock their doors at night. Just kidding, I know they lock their doors, they just want our borders wide open. A sentiment Debbie Wasserman Schultz shares with her own digital security and dealings (allegedly). The soft-spined representative is in uncomfortably warm water as details emerge, exposing the actual scale of her IT data breach:
A Republican lawmaker on Tuesday described the “massive” data transfers on government servers by a former IT aide to Democratic Florida Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz as “a substantial security threat.”
That's code for "oh crap it's really bad, but since she's in cahoots with the Clintons, we can't say how bad yet until we know absolutely everything." To paraphrase.
“These facts, standing alone, indicate a substantial security threat,” Pennsylvania Republican Rep. Scott Perry said of the Imran Awan case during an informal hearing of Republican House members on Capitol Hill on Tuesday.
Awan and other IT aides for House Democrats had been on investigators’ radar for months over concerns of possible double-billing, alleged equipment theft and access to sensitive computer systems. Most lawmakers fired Awan in February, but Wasserman Schultz had kept him on until his arrest in July.
Questions. So many. Why did Wasserman ignore the investigation? Why does she keep that horrible hairdo? Was her head too far up her you-know-what to even notice Awan? The world may never know. Except knowing Democrats, Debbie here totally knew.
Perry also discussed how Capitol Police recovered a bag with a laptop featuring Wasserman Shultz’s initials from a phone booth after midnight in the Rayburn building about two months after House investigators barred Awan and his coterie from access to House computer networks.
Oh snap, that's not so good. When your initials are on evidence, it's time to invest in adult Huggies.
The case has put renewed scrutiny on Wasserman Schultz for keeping Awan on the payroll for months, even after a criminal investigation was revealed and he was barred from the House IT network.
Pro-tip: when it's discovered someone in your employ has broken federal law, maybe stop signing their checks.
In a recent interview published in the Sun Sentinel, Wasserman Schultz blamed the “right-wing media circus fringe” for the attention on Awan.
Where have we seen that one before? It's from someone else with bad hair who's also prehistoric. Hint: she wears pantsuits that look more like army tarps. And blames her election loss on everyone but herself. Another hint: she's covered up for her husband's many sexual assaults. But that's it, I'm not saying anymore.
Here's why this matters: while the Democrats are crying about "RUSSIA HACKED INTO OUR ELECTION AND GAVE IT TO TRUMP!" one of their chief warlocks, Wasserman Schultz, handed private information to someone who may have shared it with entities unknown. Read also BOMBSHELL: Democrat IT Employees Secretly Took $100K in Iraqi Money. But it Gets Worse. Because we're only now finding out how much of a problem Little Debbie is to American security.