Remember when Donald Trump, before he took office, told all of Obama’s ambassadors that they need to find new jobs?
Yeah, Trump wanted to clean house and that’s perfectly understandable, given the highly questionable capacity of the outgoing administration.
And aren’t we all hoping that maniac of a NYU “professor” gets fired for her insane rant in the streets? Isn’t that a perfect example of someone who should no longer have their job?
Well, how about this series of crimes committed by government employees:
Stealing equipment from Congress and worse, breaking into the computer accounts of several high-ranking Congressional members of different committees dealing with national security and terrorism.
One would believe that these are VERY serious crimes, most likely punishable by prison sentences, right?
Well, not exactly.
If your name happens to be Inram, Abid, or Jamal, you are apparently just guilty of a slap on the wrist, as this is merely a “fire-able” offense.
Three brothers who have been earning upwards of $160K a year to steal Congressional equipment and break into sensitive computer accounts have been given their walking papers and, I can only assume, told not to reapply?
“Brothers Abid, Imran, and Jamal Awan were barred from computer networks at the House of Representatives Thursday, The Daily Caller News Foundation Investigative Group has learned.
Three members of the intelligence panel and five members of the House Committee on Foreign Affairs were among the dozens of members who employed the suspects on a shared basis. The two committees deal with many of the nation’s most sensitive issues, information and documents, including those related to the war on terrorism.
Also among those whose computer systems may have been compromised is Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz, the Florida Democrat who was previously the target of a disastrous email hack when she served as chairman of the Democratic National Committee during the 2016 campaign.
Jamal had handled IT for Texas Democrat Rep. Joaquin Castro, while Imran worked for Indiana Democrat Rep. Andre Carson, and California Democrat Jackie Speier, both who members of the intelligence committee. Imran had also worked for the House office of Wasserman-Schultz. Lastly, Abid worked for then-Rep. Tammy Duckworth an Illinois Democrat.
The three men are ‘shared employees,’ meaning they are hired by multiple offices, which split their salaries and use them as needed for IT services. It is up to each member to fire them from working.”
More interestingly, these three brothers share a home in Lorton, Virginia, owned by a woman named Hina R. Alvi, who apparently also worked as a House IT employee. She has many bad financial situations going on at the moment, for which she appears to be in trouble in the court system.
This being the case, it is highly suspicious that they have had access to sensitive information when personal financial pressures can easily compromise a person’s ethics and morals.
Were these brothers and their house owner trafficking in sensitive information? And, if so, why were they not arrested before a full investigation into their obvious illegal activities was initiated?
The investigations into Obama-era issues just keep rolling, don’t they? We just heard about the DHS cyberattacks during the election, which is BAD news for Democrats.
As for this IT situation, it’s likely that the Federal government felt this action of protecting the national security by violating the rights of a criminal (who also had an Arabic name) would be viewed as politically non-expedient. Therefore, it was not pursued and those people committing such crimes were cut loose instead.
It’s just too bad that we’ve gotten to the point with Liberal lunacy as to view criminality through the lens of religion, color and ethnicity.
And now that camera lens may very well get someone killed again.
Source: Allen B. West