WikiLeaks Reveals Nancy Pelosi Directly Tied to Wasserman’s Beleaguered IT Aide - It’s Not Looking Good

If you thought the Debbie Wasserman Schultz story was over, you were wrong – it is just beginning.

It’s probably just beginning.

What we know is that Debbie’s IT aide, Imran Awan, had smashed hard drives seized from his home. He then wired $283,000 to Pakistan before being arrested. Awan’s wife earned $168,000 through the last House period as a Democrat staffer. So, yes, taxpayer dollars.

She took off to Pakistan before her husband with $12,000 cash.

Enter House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) and WikiLeaks’ Julian Assange…

From BizPac Review:

Now it appears Awan may have had access to Pelosi’s iPad, according to an email obtained by WikiLeaks.

WikiLeaks’ founder Julian Assange sent a reminder of the email that showed Pelosi’s iPad likely made it into his hands for some unknown reason.

In case you missed Project Republic previous covereage:

Wasserman Schultz’s IT Aide, Imran Awan, Arrested At Airport After Transferring $300k To Pakistan From House Office 

Breaking: Imran Awan Attorney Statement: Blames Islamophobia, Conservative Media and Pizzagate 

What is happening? Democrat IT Aide Stole House Democrats’ Laptops; Wasserman Schultz Fights The Police. 

Now to continue with recent developments…


You can only imagine the amount of information Pelosi had on her iPad.

Pakistani Imran Awan, the former IT employee of disgraced DNC chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz, could be the person who leaked damaging internal DNC emails to WikiLeaks last summer.

That’s what Geraldo Rivera, an attorney, told Fox News anchor Sean Hannity.

“Well, now you have a possible suspect,” Rivera said (see video below starting at 2:11). “Here’s the corrupt IT guy standing on the shoulders of Debbie Wasserman Schultz arrested at the airport trying to flee, charged with stealing hundreds of thousands, maybe millions, of dollars.”

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Rumors are swirling Imran Awan, the former IT staffer for Debbie Wasserman Schultz, could be the key to unraveling the murder of Seth Rich. (Images: BizPacReview screengrabs)

Rivera continued: “What if he was the source to WikiLeaks? He has all the passwords. He has all the information. This is a huge story … Everyone assumed it was the Russians who hacked the DNC and then gave WikiLeaks the emails.”

Hannity reiterated that Wikileaks founder Julian Assange repeatedly assured him that — contrary to liberal media narrative — Russia was not the source of the leaked DNC emails.

The damaging internal emails showed the DNC and Wasserman Schultz had colluded with Hillary Clinton‘s campaign to make sure she won the Democratic presidential nomination over Bernie Sanders, whose unexpected popularity almost toppled Hillary.

“Assange told me personally five times that it wasn’t a state or Russia,” Hannity said, adding that WikiLeaks has not once been proven wrong in its 11 years in existence.

“If you can prove disgruntled Democrats were the leakers and not the Russians, as Julian Assange has said … doesn’t that blow the whole thing out of the water?”

The news is just getting noticed by some of the network giants, but Project Republic has been chronicling this unbelievable story for months, thanks to the exceptional investigative reporting of the Daily Caller News Foundation.

As of this writing — more than 3 days after the latest news broke — liberal media outlets CNN, the Washington Post, and the New York Times — STILL have not covered the stunning developments. Conservative radio host Rush Limbaugh is disgusted that the mainstream media are apparently ignoring this story simply because it makes Democrats look bad.

Here’s what’s happening: Imran Awan, the former IT employee of Debbie Wasserman Schultz, was arrested at Washington Dulles Airport on Monday trying to flee the country on a flight to Pakistan after wiring $283,000 to the country. On July 23, the FBI had seized several smashed hard drives from Imran’s home.

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Awan’s wife had already fled the country in March 2017 after authorities found $12,000 in cash hidden in her suitcase at the airport.

Awan began working for Wasserman Schultz in 2005. Shortly afterward, several of his relatives mysteriously appeared on the payroll of other Democrats, even though they were rarely seen at work.

These four relatives collected a total of $4 million in salaries (funded by U.S. taxpayers) since 2009.

The federal government started investigating Imran Awan over shady mortgages he took out on several properties (the first question that should immediately pop up in everyone’s mind is how an IT staffer can afford to buy several homes on his salary).

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During this time, Wasserman Schultz refused to fire Awan and blocked authorities from searching a computer they had seized from him as part of their federal criminal cybersecurity investigation.

Geraldo Rivera demanded to know why Awan smashed his hard drives.

“What are they trying to destroy?” he asked. “Why was [Wasserman Schultz] putting pressure on Capitol police to try to get her computers back?”

Hannity replied: “Maybe Debbie Wasserman Schultz didn’t want to be exposed, which is why they smashed the hard drives — because she knows she colluded against Bernie Sanders. She knows the primary was rigged.”

‘Wrong!’ Scaramucci fuels Twitter frenzy after CNN claims he had accused Reince of being a leaker

Meanwhile, some on Twitter still believe Seth Rich was the source of the leaked DNC emails and was murdered for it by operatives associated with the DNC and Hillary Clinton.

Others think Imran Awan either knew something about Rich’s murder or had something to do with it. Either way, the plot thickens.

Check out this link to see Fox News’ Sean Hannity and Geraldo Rivera discussing the possibility that Awan could be the person behind the DNC email leak last year.


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