Debbie Wassermann Schultz, the Awan brothers, and body on the beach
Yes, all in the Sunshine State where the sun usually shines and the truth is seldom told. Indeed, Florida is the place to be right now, providing you're not DWS, Awan inc., Judge Zloch, Jared or Liz Beck, or various Federal prosecutors. Wow, the story is mind-boggling. Fortunately, I have spent many years in various Florida swamps and will help you to understand this Tower of
Hanoi Florida story.
Once upon a time, there lived a curly haired blonde little girl with desire to help people--not all people, but HER people. As she matured, she budded into, well, shall we say, a great actress possessed of limited talent. She was, however, very good at sucking money and asses for influence. Students, need I tell you Curly's real name? Okay, someone in the back raised their hand requesting help. This is why I am here at Swampland University, to educate you non-Floridians of the intricacies of life in the Lightning Capital of the World and also home to a fine
aggravation aggregation of political animals, mostly smelling like asses or oil.
For help with this didactic discourse of disreputable deeds, it is always helpful to identify the main actors involved.
Now this story is far from simple. In fact, my investigative brain is often overwhelmed by the sheer enormity and diversity of clues leading to a perpetrator. First, let me you show you a photo lineup of suspects discovered by the Washington D.C. police:
Somehow, this list lacked, shall we say, credibility. It looked surprisingly familiar, though I am unable to make the connection. So, as your professor for the duration of this lesson I had to search for facts.
This is me asking witnesses for facts:
What I learned was positively astounding (especially considering my reptilian brain is resistant to most knowledge except where my next meal is coming from.) Remember that curly-haired lass about whom I briefly discussed, DWS? It seems she had employed a fine set of loyal
Americans Pakistanis to help her clueless self plus 19 of her closest congressional friends to assist with their computer systems. As this group was a tightly-knit syndicate family, she, DWS, expected a maximum of work production. And did she ever get it!
Briefly stated (1:23) is this introduction to the Awans :https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=21zKax6azbM
More detail is available, but surprisingly little in the MSM (muddled swamp media). So, difficult as it is, considering my relative lack of manual dexterity, I was able to find some other stuff about these fabulous rogues.
1. George Webb: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nTXSwFH9RaU (16:02)
2. Michael Black: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=danXg17hD40 (7:48)
3. Being sensitive fellows, the Awans absconded after raking in $4 million dollars in congressional funds, presumably going back to their native Pakistan: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mmFbU2BgZYk (34:17)
4. All the while, most of this fine family was here on fraudulent grounds as succinctly explained by Zach Haller. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fp88EQrSc_Y (22:11). Mr Haller, besides being a damn fine investigative reporter, is also expert in immigration laws, particularly concerning visas. If you watch any of the videos, this should be the one.
5. Debbie Washerwoman Schultz being a careful monitor of her congressional office affairs, apparently did not notice the intermittent absences of her congressional computers, being
hacked serviced by the Awan Brothers. Hard Bastard (love that guy) has this to say about Dutiful Debbie and cybersecurity: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_LmfddKux9M (9:26).
6. Did anybody say hacking? Would the inappropriate removal of congressional computers containing classified information in the hands of foreign nationals raise any red flags? Nah, damn conspiracy theorists, get a life--nothing here to see. Oh, really. Well, how about blackmail? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DIAMBUdfiMk. (6:53)
7. Serious concerns have been raised about the DNC lawsuit, which coincidently (?) is based out of the same District as Darling Debbie's. This investigation is obviously hitting a nerve, which explains why I could only find one reference to this (CounterPropa) in the print medium.
8. The body on the beach belonged to Barenton Whisenant a Federal Prosecutorwhose district coincidentally is the same as Dumbo Washerwoman Shultz. This citation is a good encapsulation of Mr. Whisenant's career.
9. Another amazing coincidence that the body of murder prosecutor Whisenant was in Debbie Washerwoman Shultz's home district:
10. Furthermore Federal Prosecutor Whisenant specialized in visa and passport fraud. Please see above video by Zach Haller. It is quite likely that the prosecutor, Mr. Whisenant was involved in
investigation of the Awan Brothers. (10:12)
11. Needless to say this death on the beach has been a concern of Jared Beck, lead plaintiffs' attorney in the DNC fraud lawsuit. (12:34)
12. Seth Rich? Yeah, you know the dead guy, victim of a botched robbery in Washington, D.C. Does he figure into all this. Yes. The dots are easy to connect, even for a reptile-brain such as myself. For whom did Mr. Rich work before his demise? Answer: DWS. Could the DNC hacking been an inside job? Yes, knowing what we know now. Could the dispersal of DNC emails been a leak? Yes, as we know now. Could it have been both? Absolutely!
13. On March 2, 2017, the Awans were revealed to be the fraudsters that they actually are. Sixteen of the 20 Dem legislators who had used Awan services immediately fired the crew. Four did not. Wanna guess who was one of the four? Never mind. It was DWS. To this day, she refuses to fire them, even though they have absconded from the U.S. Here's one idea from Jared Beck, chief plaintiff attorney against DWS, Donna Brazile and the DNC: tweet.
14. Speaking ofDWS, did she know Seth Rich? She, like her boss, the Evil Queen is having some memory problems.
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