Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Let's talk about actual obstruction of justice, shall we?

Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz threatened the chief of the U.S. Capitol Police with “consequences” for holding equipment that she says belongs to her in order to build a criminal case against a Pakistani staffer suspected of massive cybersecurity breaches involving funneling sensitive congressional data offsite.

The Florida lawmaker used her position on the committee that sets the police force’s budget to press its chief to relinquish the piece of evidence Thursday, in what could be considered using her authority to attempt to interfere with a criminal investigation.
Considering the crap she's been caught in due to the Wikileaks releases, why put herself on the line this way?  Consider:
Though on the surface Wasserman Schultz would have been a victim of Awan’s scam, she has inexplicably protected him, circumventing the network ban by re-titling him as an “adviser” instead of technology administrator. 

Politico described him and his wife, Hina Alvi, as having a “friendly personal relationship” with both Wasserman Schultz and Rep. Gregory Meeks of New York. 

That baffled a Democratic IT staffer, who said “I can’t imagine why she’d be that good of friends with a technology provider.” “

Usually if someone does bad stuff, an office is going to distance themselves” rather than incur political fallout for a mere staffer, he added.
My, my, my, that sounds like something that needs serious investigation, does it not?


1 comment:

J Bogan said...

No doubt the Paki has some interesting info on Was-a-man-schnitz.