The recently arrested IT aide to former DNC Chair Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz may have interacted with House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi.
Imran Awan, who worked for Wasserman Schultz as an IT aide, was arrested on Tuesday while attempting to flee to Pakistan, after wiring $283,000 to the nation from the Congressional Federal Credit Union.
His wife, also a Dem staffer who raked in $168,300 tax payer dollars through the most recent House period, fled to Pakistan before him with $12,000 in cash.
Awan began working for Wasserman Schultz in 2005. Shortly afterward, several of his relatives mysteriously appeared on the payroll of other Democrats, even though they were rarely seen at work.
These four relatives collected a total of $4 million in salaries (funded by U.S. taxpayers) since 2009.
The staffers have been involved in an ongoing probe chronicled by BizPac Review thanks to the investigative work by the Daily Caller’s investigative team.
Now it appears Awan may have had access to Pelosi’s iPad, according to an email obtained by WikiLeaks.
WikiLeaks’ founder Julian Assange sent a reminder of the email that showed Pelosi’s iPad likely made it into his hands for some unknown reason.
— Julian Assange (@JulianAssange) July 25, 2017
Pelosi is doing s [sic] closed door meeting. No staff or anyone allowed. Kaitlyn come to Rayburn room and get her iPad for Imran.
Tracie and Kate I will call Kate. Conf in Tracie
Rep. Wasserman Schultz
Imagine the classified information that might be on the iPad of Pelosi in addition to the computers of Wasserman Schultz.
It’s no wonder that Fox News’ Geraldo Rivera speculated that Awan might be the leaker of DNC emails to Wikileaks.
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