Video: A Discussion on the Wasserman Schultz/Awan Brothers IT Scandal with Key Congressional House Members – Judicial Watch

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Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton says House leadership of both parties and Justice Department are failing to sufficiently investigate the scandal

(Washington, DC) – Judicial Watch yesterday participated in a special highly-revealing discussion between House representatives and experts regarding the Wasserman Schultz/Awan Brothers/IT scandal.

As you may already know, a Democratic IT staffer named Imran Awan was arrested this past July on charges of bank fraud. He was employed with Debbie Wasserman Shultz and other congressional members. He is also a suspect in a cybersecurity investigation, having been banned from congressional networks in February.

In addition, his relatives, also government IT employees, are currently being investigated for alleged involvement in defrauding the federal government as well as compromising sensitive information from congressional servers.

The event featured: Congressmen Louie Gohmert (TX-01), Jim Jordan (OH-04), Scott Perry (PA-04), and Ron Desantis (FL-06). The panelists included: Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton, and Reporter with the Daily Caller News Foundation Luke Rosiak.

Below are five short, broadcast quality videos – which you are free to use for soundbites or background information.

Cut One: JW President Tom Fitton: “The Republican Party is not policing itself”

Cut Two: JW President Tom Fitton: Mueller Must Investigate Pakistani Crime Family

Cut Three: JW President Tom Fitton: DOJ Fearful of Conducting Investigations Into Security Breaches

Cut Four: JW President Tom Fitton: “America’s privacy has been breached”

Cut Five: JW President Tom Fitton: The Freedom of Information Act Must Apply to Congress

To view the panel in its entirety please click here.

This article (Video Review: A Discussion on the Wasserman Schultz/Awan Brothers IT Scandal with Key Congressional House Members) was originally published on Judicial Watch and syndicated by The Event Chronicle


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