Recusals and bamboozles: A timeline.

Investigator Doug Hagmann of The Hagmann Report does a great job clarifying the timeline of the fake Russian dossier/FISA/General Flynn trial imbroglio.

If the twists and turns of this intelligence war outmaneuver your attention span, go here.

Then click on: “Explosive Development Exposing the Conspiracy by the Obama Intelligence Community.”

 

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A comedy of computer errors.

The Daily Caller has put out an excellent summary of the woes now being visited upon the elusive Awan brothers – the Pakistani Muslims hired as IT specialists by Debbie Wasserman Schultz and a host of other Democrats.

Before the Awans fled the country after a criminal probe of their treacherous activities began this February, they went on a hard-drive smashing spree. Due to the haste of the brothers’ departure, many of the drives were left behind.

This week, the FBI visited the Awans’ former domicile to collect the cyber-remains. Police were cued by a U.S. Marine, who recently rented the Awans’ former home and found computer debris in the garage.

The story is fascinating and would be funny if it didn’t represent serious breaches in U.S. national security and a potentially catastrophic political agenda that has yet to be fully unveiled. Read it for yourself here. To my knowledge, it isn’t being reported on by mainstream sources, who are too busy touting a groundless investigation of Russian hacking.

As the Trump administration banishes the “insider D.C. club” that has been undermining the will of the electorate as well as the president, this story may get buried in the rubble. But the broken hard drives won’t be; they are already on their way to the forensic lab.

Oops! It looks like Imran Awan didn’t manage to escape the country after all. He was intercepted at the Dulles Airport on July 25th, arrested and charged with bank fraud. Zero Hedge has added much to flesh out the story here. An excerpt:

“One bombshell that has been all but ignored by the main stream media is that Imran Awan had access to Debbie Wasserman Schultz’s iPad password, meaning that the brothers also had direct access to the notorious DNC emails.”

Update: The Gateway Pundit reports that the Awans were running intel to The Muslim Brotherhood:

“Lt. Col. Tony Shaffer revealed to Laura Ingraham, who filled in for Tucker Carlson Thursday evening, the Pakistani IT staffers were sending sensitive information to the Muslim Brotherhood.”

Hu took the emails?

I’ve been meaning to post on this intriguing bit of news, but time gets away from me lately.

So I’m asking readers to take a look at and reflect on this alternative news report on the recent (June 1) FBI raid of a certain home in Dearborn, Michigan.  It’s been nearly a week since it happened, and still MSM has mostly ignored it.

The home in question, at 7246 Jonathon Street in Dearborn, is said to be owned by a shell company that was “established by the Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs that’s long been known as a Abedin family business where Huma Abedin’s brother, Hassan Abedin, is a book-review editor and her sister, Heba Abedin, is an assistant editor.”

Huma Abedin is, of course, Hillary Clinton’s famous aide, with ties to the Muslim Brotherhood. Abedin is said to have visited Dearborn in August 2016 under mysterious circumstances, in the midst of the presidential campaign. For what purpose? Some speculate it was to squirrel away certain “lost” email files.

The recent raid took place shortly after Anthony Weiner, Abedin’s husband, was sentenced for his prurient and illegal activities with an underage girl. The timing of the raid coincides with the couple’s sudden reunion, after Abedin had previously filed for a divorce from her gaunt ghoul of a husband.

Twenty-four hours after the couple reunited in their expensive pad in NYC, FBI agents were banging down the Dearborn door.  Timing is everything. The raid, according to the government, was a matter of national security.

Searching for evidence of the Dearborn house’s ownership, Cinderella turned up nothing. Home Metry had no report. Neither did the city’s records. However, from the names associated with the properties in the area, we quickly confirmed who owns Dearborn.