The fake news New York Times is in a panic.
For months, legitimate news outlets have built a case against Imran Awan, his wife, two brothers and a friend, piece by piece.
With the help of his family and a cushy job on Capitol Hill, Awan, the Pakistani, had managed to steal computer hardware, congressional data and even — just maybe — a trove of internal Democratic National Committee emails that eventually surfaced last summer on WikiLeaks.
Democrats could have hired African-American, Asian-American, or Latino information technology specialists. Instead they decided to hire #Islamics from Pakistan, a country overrun with terrorists. One has to wonder why?
Making matters worse, the story swirls around Debbie Wasserman Schultz, the Florida congresswoman who is the former chairwoman of the committee and an ally of Hillary Clinton’s.
Awan was arrested by the F.B.I. and United States Capitol Police on as he tried to board a flight to Pakistan.
Some basic facts appear to be clear. Mr. Awan had been employed by the House of Representatives as an I.T. specialist since 2004 and his wife, two brothers and a friend began similar work in subsequent years.
Over the years, he contracted to work part time for more than a dozen Democratic members of Congress, including Ms. Wasserman Schultz.
After the authorities briefed lawmakers about the investigation this spring, the Democrats reluctantly began to cut ties with Awan.
Source: New York Times