Government corruption from the Democratic Party knows no bounds which is entirely evident by the deceitful actions of former IT Aide, Imran Awan.
Turns out that not only did Imran Awan report ‘lost’ computer equipment to the tune of several thousand dollars which was inexplicably dismissed by the Democratic officials for which he worked, such as Representative Debbie Wasserman Schultz, he also took falsified screen shots from a secret server that was under investigation. Capitol police became suspicious of Imran Awan and requested official documentation from this so called ‘secret’ server which Awan provided ‘willingly.’
Imran Awan ‘willingly’ provided a fake screen shot as ‘evidence’ before attempting to flee the country in order to avoid federal prosecution. Seems rather corrupt, doesn’t it? And yet democrats brushed his actions under the wrong, doesn’t that make them corrupt as well?
Now-indicted former congressional IT aide Imran Awan allegedly routed data from numerous House Democrats to a secret server. Police grew suspicious and requested a copy of the server early this year, but they were provided with an elaborate falsified image designed to hide the massive violations. The falsified image is what ultimately triggered their ban from the House network Feb. 2, according to a senior House official with direct knowledge of the investigation.
The secret server was connected to the House Democratic Caucus, an organization chaired by then-Rep. Xavier Becerra. Police informed Becerra that the server was the subject of an investigation and requested a copy of it. Authorities considered the false image they received to be interference in a criminal investigation, the senior official said.
Data was also backed up to Dropbox in huge quantities, the official said. Congressional offices are prohibited from using Dropbox, so an unofficial account was used, meaning Awan could have still had access to the data even though he was banned from the congressional network.
Awan had access to all emails and office computer files of 45 members of Congress who are listed below. Fear among members that Awan could release embarrassing information if they cooperated with prosecutors could explain why the Democrats have refused to acknowledge the cybersecurity breach publicly or criticize the suspects.
House Democrats employed Awan and four family members for years as IT aides. After learning of the House probe, Awan and his wife, Hina Alvi, frantically transferred money to accounts in their native Pakistan.