Tuesday, June 05, 2018

From the sound of this, not only is Wasserman Schultz scared,

but some of the 'Justice' Department need to be fired for not doing their jobs.  Again.
Wasserman Schultz cornered House Chief Administrative Officer Phil Kiko and called him a “fucking Islamophobe,” saying “you will not so much as take away their parking spots,” the two House employees said Kiko told them.
In February 2017, Kiko and the House’s top law enforcement official, Paul Irving, outlined serious violations in a letter to the committee, and the family was banned from the House computer network. The letter also noted that the House Democratic Caucus server disappeared soon after the IG report named it as key evidence.
Isn't that amazing?  However could- oh well, you know.

And this:
Her actions so rattled the Administration Committee’s Democratic staff director, Jamie Fleet, that he planted a negative story in Politico that revealed Wasserman Schultz, his fellow Democrat, was continuing to pay the suspect, two House sources said. The story also said Wasserman Schultz had a “friendly personal relationship” with Awan and Alvi.
For another Democrat to do this, there must be a LOT of dirt they're afraid of coming out.  Though the 'Justice' Dept. didn't seem to interested in finding it:
One of Awan’s lawyers told a judge he felt “very strongly” that prosecutors should not be able to look at the RepDWS laptop, mounting an attorney-client privilege argument. Prosecutors did not challenge the argument before the judge.
Which seems idiotic.  Unless the prosecutors don't really want to prosecute.  For some reason.

There's a lot more, including this:
Wasserman Schultz’s brother is a prosecutor in the same office handling the case and has tweeted about it.
Can you say 'conflict of interest'?   I knew you could.


Jeffersonian said...

"Treason against the United States shall consist only in levying War against them, or in adhering to their Enemies, giving them Aid and Comfort."

Anonymous said...

Treason never prospers.
What's the reason?
When treason prospers,
None dare call it treason.