“You Might Even Say They Hacked Our Democracy”: Tucker Blasts DOJ Over Congressional Hack (And why isn’t the DOJ moving on this information?)


We’ve followed this story for a while now and Mr. Rosiak is right to ask why charges are not being brought in this case.

Check out these stories from 2017. The Wasserman-Schultz IT scandal kind of fell off the radar screen but it should not have. Seriously what is going on at DOJ?

The swamp is deep. So damn deep.


From 5-24-2017

Wasserman Schultz Threatened Police Chief For Gathering Evidence On Her IT Staffer’s Alleged Crimes


From 7-24-2017

“This is a crime syndicate that has successfully infiltrated Congress,” — FBI Seized Smashed Hard Drives From Wasserman Schultz IT Aide’s Home


From 7-26-2017:

Federal agents arrested the top suspect in a major Democratic hacking scandal at Dulles Airport in Virginia as he tried to flee the U.S. Tuesday


From 8-1-2017

Congressional Investigation Into Wasserman Schultz IT Scandal Moves Forward, “At best for her that is gross misapplication of public funds that could merit resignation alone,”


From 8-4-2017

In March, Comey and McCabe Blocked the Arrest of Imran Awan’s Wife As She Was Fleeing the Country to Pakistan


(From The Daily Caller)

Luke Rosiak, investigative reporter for The Daily Caller News Foundation, criticized the Department of Justice’s handling of the Imran Awan case on Fox News’ “Tucker Carlson Tonight.” Carlson questioned why Awan, the former IT aide of Democratic Florida Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz who allegedly hacked government servers, has not been charged.

“This is the pattern we’ve seen time and again,” Rosiak said, “where the [Department of Justice] and the FBI have evidence of crimes — particularly in cases involving Democrats and the politically connected — and there’s just no charges. And it’s stuff that everyone knows if the average joe were to do this stuff, they’d go straight to jail,” Rosiak said.

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