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To: bitt
Imran's thirst for money was unquenchable.

<><> He falsified official govt apps to get several home loans from the Congressional Credit Union.

<><> He got the Congressional Credit Union to wire- transfer monies abroad.

QUESTION: Did Debbie W/S have to sign off on her employee's shady mega-dollar transactions at the Congressional Credit Union?
Particularly Imran's shady wire- transfer of some $300,00 tax dollars to Pakistan?


Most taxpayers struggle to make a living and do not have much free time for other things. But Imran was a US govt employee working exclusively for House Democrats. BR>Imran got hired by and was mentored by Democrat Cong Debbie W/Schultz.
As a Democrat employee, Imran found plenty of time (and had mucho tax dollars) to pursue his private money-making interests:

<><> He's listed as a real estate broker, confirming he spends 40 hours a week as a broker;

<><> he owned 12-or so houses....

<><> he rented out some of these homes....

<><> he ran a car dealership....

<><> he ran an export company to Pakistan

<><> he had a computer systems sales company (selling stolen govt gear?)

<><> Imran ran a Blackberry cell phone “repair” operation
(Obama, Hillary and Democrat House members use Blackberries).

12 posted on 10/12/2018 4:08:13 PM PDT by Liz (Our side has 8 trillion bullets; the other side doesn't know which bathroom to use.)
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During Sept 2016, The Awan clan continued to use then-Cong Xavier Becerra’s House Democratic Caucus computers in anomalous ways:

<><> logging on as “system administrators”
<><> changing identities
<><> logging onto Cong Becerra’s server using 17 different user account credentials
<><> some credentials belonged to Democrat House members
<><> the Awans did not work for 9 of the 17 offices to which user accounts belonged.
<><> investigations found “possible storage of sensitive House information” outside the House
<><> Dropbox is installed on two Democratic Caucus computers used by the suspects
<><> user accounts had thousands of files in their Dropbox folder on each computer
<><> Using Dropbox is against House rules because it uploads files offsite.
<><> Wash/Po reported “Based on the file names, some of the information is likely sensitive.”
<><> post-awan clean up discovered many computer set-ups were little more than “thin clients”
<><> computer set-ups were portals to an outside computer.
<><> Awans were using terminal servers from a computer in a different location.
<><>Virtual Private Networks can make a server’s hard drive appear to be local to a computer.
<><> remote sessions remained active for months at a time.
<><> data was always out of the members’ possession
<><> the Awans were using Becerra’s House Democratic Caucus as their central service warehouse.
<><> the Awans collectively logged onto Becerra’s Caucus system 5,735 times, avg 27 per day
<><> other offices were accessed less than 60 times.
<><> the pattern of login activity suggests steps were taken to conceal their activity
<><>aggregating multiple members’ data means all that data was absconded with
<><> L/E said Becerra’s entire Democratic Caucus server physically disappeared while being monitored by L/E.
<><> no scenario exists where the Awan clan’s access was appropriate
<><> House members are not allowed to accept services from people not on their payroll
<><> House employees are not permitted to log in to servers of members for whom they do not work.
<><> House policies are codified by law.

15 posted on 10/12/2018 4:15:51 PM PDT by Liz (Our side has 8 trillion bullets; the other side doesn't know which bathroom to use.)
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To: Liz

At first I thought “Democrat Cong” was an analogy to the Viet Cong.
“Democrat Cong” seems fitting enough given that the Democrat Party is now a full-blown anti-American communist/SJW insurgency.

20 posted on 10/12/2018 4:20:47 PM PDT by fluorescence
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To: Liz

Besides his obvious money making schemes, which puts him in ordinary crook category, I wonder if those listed businesses are connected to Hezbollah’s crime ring? Politico published a comprehensive article about the terrorist use of these kinds of businesses to launder drugs and money.

Imran may have been given a slap on the wrist sentence if the mastermind is who they’re after. I wouldn’t expect the investigation to be talked about while underway.

22 posted on 10/12/2018 4:23:38 PM PDT by The Westerner (Protect the most vulnerable: get the government out of medicine and education!)
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To: Liz

All front businesses.

49 posted on 10/13/2018 7:25:01 AM PDT by FrdmLvr (They never thought she would lose.)
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