Skip to comments.Wasserman-Schultz IT Aides Ran Shady "CIA" Car Dealership, Borrowed $100K From Hezbollah Fugitive
Posted on 12/25/2017 6:37:08 AM PST by Libloather
Link only - http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-12-19/wasserman-schultz-it-aides-ran-shady-cia-car-dealership-borrowed-100k-hezbollah-fugi
Where is this going? Since it is a Dem primarily involved (Lil Debbie) is this in ‘Comey Category #1”? This is defined as — the investigators will hold data, help destroy evidence, improperly offer immunity, not put the case in front of a grand jury, fail to record or even document interviews, and make it impossible to prosecute, since they will deem ‘no reasonable prosecutor’ would take this case to trial.
HTML in OPs a lot of times doesn’t do links well:
THIS JUST IN---The secret backstory of how Obama let Hezbollah off the hook
(and looked the other way as criminal activities were financed by employing used car schemes)
Politico ^ | December 15, 2011 | Josh Meyer / FR Posted by Rabin
PART I----A GLOBAL THREAT EMERGES How Hezbollah turned to trafficking cocaine and and laundering money thru used cars to finance its expansion (and the story of Obama's complicity) .
The Awans carefully planned their treasonous schemes. They infiltrated Virginia L/E.....had House Democrats under their thumb.....and took in millions of tax dollars all at the same time. With Usman E. Rafi (referenced below), their confederate in L/E, the Awans car scams hummed along smoothly.
(HAT TIP LUKE ROSIAK) Abid Awan was "managing partner" of the car dealership at the same time he was cashing US govt checks---as a US govt employee earning $160,000 handling IT for House Democrats. Abid would frequently simply go across the street to long-standing dealership called AAA Motors and get cars.
AAA's owner Nasir Khattak told a court: If AAA (lends) a car to CIA, it was simply take the AAA car across the street to CIA and sell it, and maybe give the profit back.....or not. There was no documentation....you will not be able to make any sense out of them because there were dozens and dozens, of cars transferred between the two dealerships and between other people.
All of those transactions was to support Cars International A using AAA Motors, he testified. Thats why I did not make any money from my AAA dealership because my resources were supporting Awans' Cars International A. Khattak did not explain to the court, or to the press, why he would ruin his own existing business to help the Awans.
REFERENCE---A Loudoun County Sheriffs Office Deputy --- Deputy First Class (DFC) Usman E. Rafi, 37 --- was charged with two Felony counts of using computer to gather identifying information (VCIN violation), thirty counts of dealer violations (misdemeanor) and thirty counts of open title violations (misdemeanor).
Rafi turned himself in. He was released on an unsecured bond. L/E found that between May, 2014 to November, 2016, the deputy used his official position to obtain information for the sale and resale of used vehicles. Further, the deputy used his access to the Virginia Criminal Information Network (VCIN) to assist with the transactions.
DFC Rafi is a ten year veteran of the department. NOTE WELL: That's right about the time the Awans were hired by Debbie Wasserman Schultz to IT House Democrats.
ANALYSIS: AAA Cars' Khattak was a confederate---in cahoots with the Awans' CIA Cars.....the AAA dealership was part of the scam. The Awans apparently screwed him which is why he went to court.
Khattak told the court only Imran Awan knew what became of the money. It was Imram who was running the business in full control, he said. NOTE: Abid Awan of CIA Cars has hired a lawyer specializing in money-laundering cases.
Remember Obama’s Cash for Clunkers?
cash for clunkers was around 2009 and 2010. I think this was later.
Just WHERE is AWAN?? Out on Bond?? Out of the country?? At DWS HOUSE? WHERE is he and his EVIL CORRUPT FAMILY?
EXCERPT The Car Allowance Rebate System (CARS), colloquially known as "cash for clunkers", was a $3 billion U.S. federal scrappage program intended to provide economic incentives to U.S. residents to purchase a new, more fuel-efficient vehicle when trading in a less fuel-efficient vehicle. The program was promoted as providing stimulus to the economy by boosting auto sales, while putting safer, cleaner, and more fuel-efficient vehicles on the roadways.
The program officially started on July 1, 2009, processing of claims began July 24, and the program ended on August 24, as the appropriated funds were exhausted. The deadline for dealers to submit applications was August 25. According to estimates of the Department of Transportation, the initial $1 billion appropriated for the system was exhausted by July 30, 2009, well before the anticipated end date of November 1, 2009, due to very high demand. In response, Congress approved an additional $2 billion.
A study by University of Delaware researchers concluded that for each vehicle trade, the program had a net cost of approximately $2,000, with total costs outweighing all benefits by $1.4 billion.
Another study by University of Michigan researchers found that the program improved the average fuel economy of all vehicles purchased by 0.6 mpg in July 2009 and by 0.7 mpg in August 2009. A 2017 study in the American Economic Journal found that the program, intended to increase consumer spending, reduced total new vehicle spending by $5 billion.
Economist Alan Blinder helped popularize the idea of a scrappage program, and the moniker "cash for clunkers", with his July 2008 op-ed piece in the New York Times. Blinder argued that a cash-for-clunkers program would have a tripartite purpose of helping the environment, stimulating the economy, and reducing economic inequality. A number of organizations advised Congress in developing the program including ACEEE, CAP Action Fund and SmartTransportation.org.
Jack Hidary of Smart Transportation and Bracken Hendricks of the Center for American Progress co-wrote a paper which was distributed to Congressional offices in November 2008 describing the multiple benefits of a cash-for-clunkers program.
The House approved the creation of a cash-for-clunkers program with the 298 to 119 passage of the CARS Act ("Consumer Assistance to Recycle and Save Act", H.R. 1550). The House bill, sponsored by Rep. Betty Sutton (D-Ohio), allowed consumers to trade in vehicles with a combined fuel economy of 18 or less for new, more efficient vehicles. In the Senate, Debbie Stabenow (D-Michigan), and Sam Brownback (R-Kansas) sponsored a bill very similar to the House's.
An alternative bill proposed by Dianne Feinstein (D-California), Susan Collins (R-Maine), and Charles Schumer (D-New York) would have had a greater focus on increasing fuel economy. Proponents argued that the alternative bill would lead to 32% more efficiency improvements than the House-Stabenow-Brownback version of the program.
The alternative bill would have required that the trade-in vehicle have a fuel economy rating of 17 mpg or less and offered a three-tiered voucher system ranging from $2,500 for a new car that is 7 mpg more efficient than a trade-in to $4,500 for one that is 13 mpg more efficient. Mileage improvement requirements would be less for light and heavy duty trucks. Pre-1999 work trucks would be eligible for the $2,500 voucher regardless of mileage improvements. The alternative bill also gave a $1,000 voucher for the purchase of a more efficient used car; the House bill completely excluded used vehicles.
In the Senate, the cash-for-clunkers legislation was inserted into a larger war supplemental funding bill. Dissenting Senators raised a point of order under Rule 28, which prohibits insertion of provisions not previously passed by either house into conference reports.
The rule was overridden with 60 votes, despite some senators, including Sam Brownback, being uncomfortable with a last-minute change that called for the bill's funding to come from "deficit spending" rather than from the stimulus package that was originally agreed upon. The larger funding bill passed by a vote of 915 in the Senate. The Supplemental Appropriations Act, 2009 was signed into law with the Consumer Assistance to Recycle and Save Program (C.A.R.S.) as Title XIII.
The program received an initial allocation of $1 billion (out of the $4 billion estimated cost) funded by the U.S. government and the program time length was July 1 November 1. It was implemented by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) which had 30 days from the approval of the bill to post all program details online.
In response to the U.S. Department of Transportation estimate that the $1 billion appropriated for the system was almost exhausted by July 30, 2009, due to very high demand, Congress approved an additional $2 billion for the program with the explicit support of the Obama Administration. On July 31, 2009, the House of Representatives approved the extra $2 billion for the program, and the Senate approved the extension on August 6, defeating all six amendments presented.
President Barack Obama signed the bill into law on August 7, and the appropriation was exhausted by August 24, 2009.
Now those vehicles have been taken out of the used car market and practically any new vehicles built since then are; ugly, over-engineered, over-priced, unrepairable JUNK!
Not a surprise to anyone who’s been following George Webb. Awan part of ratlines, moving drugs, people, into country. Moving/laundering money. Weapons, secrets out of country...
Be back on graph
There was also a junk car/drug moving operation, operated by Hezbollah, out of the U.S., to Ivory Coast, Africa.
Check out 3rd hour of Mark Levin on Dec. 15th. Crickets...
You don’t need to follow George Webb to know that, this stuff is so obvious even a cave man can see it.
Years before Hezbollah ran an op involving cigarettes out of NC; if I remember right there was another one in the northeast involving Hezbollah and Indian res. cigarettes.
The cigarette scheme was called Operation Smokescreen
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