(It's on the Drudge of the Left): Ex-Wasserman Schultz IT aide arrested for bank fraud may have been a ‘substantial security threat’
Soooo, does this mean that this bit of news is going to finally hit the proverbial oscillating device? Is there too much in this story to keep buried? Apparently all the threats in the world couldn't help DWS keep this story buried.
Just look at the change in tone when referring to DWS. Before all these little internet equivalents to the National Enquirer treated her like a revered member of Her Heinous' royal court. Now here's this:
Data transfers between disgraced one-time Democratic National Committee chairwoman and Florida Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz and her former IT aide Imran Awan
That's quite a comedown. Anyway...
Ex-Wasserman Schultz IT aide arrested for bank fraud may have been a ‘substantial security threat
Data transfers between disgraced one-time Democratic National Committee chairwoman and Florida Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz and her former IT aide Imran Awan may have constituted a significant security breach, one lawmaker claims.
Fox News reported that on Tuesday, Rep. Scott Perry (R-PA), who sits on the Homeland Security subcommittee on cyber security, told fellow Republicans Awan created 5,400 unauthorized logins on the House server belonging to former Rep. Xavier Becerra (D-CA), who is now California’s attorney general.
Wasserman Schultz, however, kept him on her payroll until he was arrested in July. Perry told his colleagues that Capitol Police found a bag with Wasserman Schultz’s initials that held a laptop, believed to be Awan’s, inside the House’s Rayburn office building two months after the former aide was banned from it.
These accusations of data transfers between Wasserman Schultz and Awan, Perry argued, “indicate a substantial security threat.”
No other mainstream political/social gossip site that I've seen has touched this story. Could this be the comeuppance Ms. DWS so richly deserves? Could there really be a serious security problem thanks to the 'disgraced one-time Democratic National Committee chairwoman'?
Only time will tell. So stay tuned for the next instalment of 'Debbie Does a Security Breach' brought to you by the Homeland Security subcommittee on cyber security looking for revenge for, well just about everything that's happened the last 8+ years.