Good Grief – House Democrats Waived Background Checks for Pakistani IT Aides Who Worked on Intelligence Committee…

Jumping ju-ju bones… THIS is stunning.  Luke Rosiak is the subject matter expert when it comes to the Awan Brothers scandal and the use of Pakistani nationals for Information Technology assistance by Democrats on the House Intelligence Committee.  His latest report is incredible.

Apparently the 44 House Democrats who used the services of the Pakistani IT unit, hired them and exempted them from background checks.  It should be noted these IT employees worked with some of the most sensitive national security secrets.

DAILY CALLER – Every one of the 44 House Democrats who hired Pakistan-born IT aides who later allegedly made “unauthorized access” to congressional data appears to have chosen to exempt them from background checks, according to congressional documents.

All of them appear to have waived background checks on Imran Awan and his family members, even though the family of server administrators could collectively read all the emails and files of 1 in 5 House Democrats, and despite background checks being recommended for such positions, according to an inspector general’s report. The House security policy requires offices to fill out a form attesting that they’ve initiated background checks, but it also includes a loophole allowing them to simply say that another member vouched for them. (read more)

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192 Responses to Good Grief – House Democrats Waived Background Checks for Pakistani IT Aides Who Worked on Intelligence Committee…

  1. Doppler says:

    I suspect that some globalist entity with much money at stake turning on US policy, and willing to pour money into Congresspersons’ campaign coffers in exchange for what is euphemistically called “access,” cut a deal with Dem House leadership, Becerra, DWS and their predecessors, to hire the Awans, who would enable these globalists to monitor their emails, looking after their “investments.” Leadership could point to candidates, money would flow to them, candidates would get re-elected, would re-elect leadership, and the globalists could count on those 35 votes whenever they were needed. Monitoring communications would simplify the “lobbying” process. That’s the simplest hypothesis, speculative, of course, but in the absence of investigations, and in light of guilty behavior, what are we left with?

    Liked by 17 people

  2. Kerry Snyder says:

    Seems ddms are more interested in increasing individual background checks for legal ownership over that of national security. That should scare the hell out of every single American whether for or against 2A.

    Liked by 12 people

    • sat0422 says:

      Hang ’em and “hang ’em high.” Period. Lawless sobs are sitting in chairs that belong to the people of the United States of America. I understand they were not immediately removed from the USA… Wasserman-Schultz had some fun with these guys, Ugh

      Liked by 1 person

      • It’s extremely frustrating to have all the incredible information provided on these pages and to know that any of these scumbags who are selling us down the river are still in power. The satanic Dems have mastered the tenet that the best defense is a good offense. No matter what they ALWAYS STICK TOGETHER. Meanwhile, the stupid Repubs never freakin’ learn.

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  3. Donna in Oregon says:

    Yes. I do question how these things are allowed to fester. Is there any reason why there haven’t seen indictments for malfeasance? In what world is it okay to let Islamic countries into Congressional records? Misfeasance? Are there any consequences to these people? Ever…
    I could find no punishments for Congress for this.

    Why is Judicial Watch doing more than our own criminal justice agencies? SMH. $6 billion still missing from Hillary’s State Dept….

    Judicial Watch Sues for Soros Documents – Files FOIA Lawsuits Against State Department and USAID for Records about Funding and Political Activities of George Soros’ Open Society Foundations in Romania and Colombia
    MARCH 28, 2018

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  4. Deplorable_Infidel says:

    TheDCNF emailed a summary of the IG’s findings — which were never made public — to 40 Democratic offices tied to Imran or his family members. Only one responded, and none would say the office was interested in finding out more or pressing charges if warranted.

    Liked by 9 people

  5. Deplorable_Infidel says:

    “Apparently the 44 House Democrats who used the services of the Pakistani IT unit, hired them and exempted them from background checks. ”

    There is a procedure for removing them from the House of Representatives and Speaker Ryan should use it.

    Liked by 8 people

  6. Sylvia Avery says:

    Not all of you linked through to read Luke Rosniak’s article, so I am going to repost this excerpt from it:

    “…the primary advocate for the suspects has been Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz of Florida, who introduced a bill Monday that would require background checks on Americans purchasing ammunition. “Without bullets a gun is just a hunk of useless metal,” she said, calling ammunition the “loophole” in gun control policy….”

    Background checks for us Deplorables to purchase ammo, but not for spies to steal secrets from Congressional computers….Oh, oh, I see how it is.

    Liked by 17 people

    • WSB says:

      PS I remember a few of us posting this issue about no background checks a few months ago. Is this story just now only being verified?

      Liked by 2 people

      • Sylvia Avery says:

        I may be wrong, but when I heard the story previously about no background checks I came away with the notion, correctly or not, that they had been requested but somehow the FBI or their subcontractor had either dropped the ball or given them the green light.

        What this story tells us is the background checks were never requested in the first place and that all 44 of the House Dims are protecting each other by saying “So and so vouched for the Awans so a background check could be waived,” except none of them are willing to say who “so and so” is….Nothing fishy here, folks!

        Liked by 1 person

        • WSB says:


          This all brings me back to my main question. Where is the plan that all of these frauds were counting on to GUARANTEE HilderBeast was going into that White House?

          Liked by 1 person

    • littleanniesfannie says:

      Sweet irony would be if the DNC leaks came via Awan’s hacking through DWS)!

      Liked by 6 people

  7. Kaco says:

    I hope the DOJ has a team working on this case, too.

    Liked by 7 people

  8. josco scott says:

    Yeah, well, of all the sub-scandals involved, the one most shocking is that Imran worked remotely at providing security for House members, especially those in sensitive positions…

    while working remotely in Pakistan

    Liked by 5 people

  9. scott467 says:

    It’s TREASON.

    The criminals in our government do NOT have any right to waive background checks on matters of OUR national security.

    Find the people responsible. Hopefully all 44 Congressmen plus DWS and everyone else involved, put them on trial for Treason in Gitmo, convict them, and execute them.

    That is the NORMAL course of action.

    That is what should happen in any NORMAL reality.

    It may sound harsh to some, but if so, that is only because we have been living in a fantasy world for so long.

    It’s time to get back to reality.

    Liked by 8 people

  10. daughnworks247 says:

    As Chair of the DCCC, Becerra’s office paid the Awan family more than any other Congressman.
    Even worse, Becerra’s Chief of Staff served as the Exec Director of the DCCC and was the direct supervisor to the Awan Family.
    And that same Chief of Staff is now Chief Deputy AG of California, Sean McCluskie.

    Liked by 3 people

  11. Where is the DOJ on this one? This should be the first of the many scandals that reaches the level of indictments.

    Liked by 1 person

  12. nobaddog says:

    AG Sessions is probably so overwhelmed at the amount and seriousness of crimes committed in the last 10 years or more, no mere mortal could grasp all of it. The little bit we know of is mind boggling! Is there enough investigators, judges, courtrooms. DC is infested with the worst people.

    Liked by 4 people

  13. Wayne B (rain) says:

    Granting clearance without a check has been a long-standing practice among Democrats since the Clinton days. In the book Unlimited Access: An FBI Agent Inside The White House, by Gary Aldrich we see a tremendous struggle as the Clintons try to deal with getting background checks for liberals.

    They soon discovered a “workaround,” just issue the clearance without a background check whenever possible. This was done for Chinese spy John Huang as part of Chinagate and Monica Lewinski when they wanted to give her a high paying job at the Pentagon to shut her up.

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  14. GREENMIRROR says:

    What will be even more shocking is if we ever learn who really employs the Awans and what services did… or do they provide?

    Liked by 2 people

  15. This barely warrants the dignity of polite and orderly discussion. It’s a spit in the face.

    Liked by 2 people

  16. Some thoughts on this, but not necessarily in order:
    1. These people were hired deliberately for nefarious purposes. DWS was THE person of power in the House since she was also DNC Chair.
    2. It is clear to me that DWS is the person who vouched for the Awans.
    3. It is beyond criminal that Congress can simply waive a background check and not even give the name of the person who supposedly vetted them. That is a license to commit crimes. And that is a deliberate policy enacted by Congress.
    4. Garbage like this will continue until the leaders are held accountable. Let me be more succinct: Until Hillary Clinton is arrested, tried, convicted and sent to jail for the Email Scandal, things like this will continue. Email-Gate is the most blatant, in-your-face arrogant, crime I have ever witnessed by a national politician. until she is held accountable, nothing will change in Washington.

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    • littleanniesfannie says:

      “Email-Gate is the most blatant, in-your-face arrogant, crime I have ever witnessed by a national politician. until she is held accountable, nothing will change in Washington.”

      Making Watergate look like a two year old’s ploy! Nixon, at least, had some conscience about what was best for the country. This crew has no soul. Hopefully, they will rot in H E double hockey sticks. And for those who are Muslims, may their 72 virgins be stars on My 600 pound life!!

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  17. Caption for the obama/wassermann-schultz photo: “his name is imran awan and his uh brain is this big!”


  18. Nailbanger says:

    I mean, just wow,,,,
    Either they are incredibly naieve
    Or just plain stupid


  19. Bendix says:

    I want to point out that people in NY appealed to their senators, Clinton and Schumer, over the Obama TSA security theater of subjected mostly women children, the elderly and the disabled to physical intrusion, molestation, invasion of privacy, and interference with our freedom.
    It was “necessary”. Hillary and Chuckie, who were themselves safe from these attacks, did not care.
    Come to think of it, famous @hole and fraidy cat, Jimmy Kimmel, was out there telling America that this was “necessary” for security.
    Of course it wasn’t and isn’t necessary. That story we heard, that “they” were going to start using ‘atypical’ bombers on planes was pure bs.
    Now we can see for ourselves just how concerned with our national security these people are. They aren’t.
    Yet women and children in particular are still being subjected to harassment, and low-level airline employees have given themselves almost unlimited power over their fellow citizens, in the name of “security”.

    Liked by 1 person

  20. Westernwhere says:

    It’s all treason. Treason all the way down.


  21. 94corvette says:

    I would love to see an EO that would forbid any ship whose voyage originated in a US port from visiting any Mexican or Honduran port. When we took our last cruise, when we visited Cozumel there had to be a dozen Carnival, Royal Caribbean and other ships there, all contributing greatly to the Mexican economy. I would love to see that stopped. Mexico is playing us every way that they can to take our money and it’s time for that to stop.

    Liked by 1 person

    • G. Combs says:

      Given the Mexican Government is assisting ILLEGALS to invade our country, I want to see our ENTIRE SOUTHERN BORDER CLOSED. And all travel from Mexico TO the USA forbidden.


  22. Strelnikov says:

    Blackadder: And what is your criminal record?

    Bladrick: None whatsoever!

    Blackadder: Oh, come now, Baldrick! you’re running for Parliament! I’ll just put down “fraud” and “sodomy”.

    Liked by 1 person

  23. Mike diamond says:

    Picture kinda says it all ! Obama,the slim shady of our time was not for america!!!


  24. Mike diamond says:

    Debbie Wasserman Schultz is not in prison!??? Its amazing!


  25. iwasthere says:

    Having followed this story since the beginning – i think there is a kickback scheme at the heart of the issue. The kickback being computer and tablet purchases that were never put on inventory so they just go ‘missing’ and maybe even some more direct compensation from phony purchase receipts.


  26. beaujest says:

    Katherine Clark Massachusetts congresswoman was too busy sitting on the house floor with the rest of the nitwits while Awan was using her computer !


  27. pigletrios says:

    What a bunch of incompetent people. This is what happens when we elect the guy or gal who got us a street in our town to congress and now he or she is making decisions that affect our lives! Everyone of these folks should be recalled (I know it can’t be done) and fired for incompetence or treason!


  28. CM-TX says:

    Definitely not an isolated case of… 🤨

    | Obama EPA did not do background checks on hundreds of cyber-contractors, watchdog warns |


  29. Molly Pitcher says:

    I didn’t find this info myself, saw it on a a great twitter acct but thought it was worth passing along. WTH went on ???Cameras, kids logging onto Capitol Hill network? Can’t make this stuff up.
    Melissa Bean spent a career in the high-tech industry before turning her efforts to politics
    “Her calendar is sent directly to her BlackBerry, regardless of where she is,” said Imran Awan, the information technology director for eight Democratic members of Congress. “We also send her PDF documents [to brief her].”
    Technology also comes into play when communicating with her two daughters while she’s away.

    “Most homework help I can do over the phone,” Bean said. “But, occasionally, on a math question,” she has to actually see the problem.

    So the Beans implemented Logitech Web cameras.

    “They lift the book to the camera and you see the problem,” she said. “It was one of the things I promised before I was sworn in. They said, `Mom, what if we have a homework question that Dad can’t help us with?’ I said we’ll get this camera, and you can show it to me.”

    The kids have to enter a security code to log into the computer network on Capitol Hill.

    “Then the machine is authorized to talk to our machine,” said Awan, Bean’s IT manager. “Everybody wants to hack into government institutions, so you have to secure yourself.”

    More @


  30. Richard says:

    Seems as if everyone wants to talk about things that the government or the Democrats did. But no one wants to do anything to correct what was happening. Maybe somebody should be punished, but apparently no one ever is in DC. Unless you do enough against the Democrats and then they kill you.


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