NY Times Has a New Trump Scandal But Ignores Spies in Dem Congressional Offices


The NY Times has another Trump scandal that is basically more of the same, but what they are not reporting is the story of the spies who were transferring classified material out of Democrat congressional computers to a third outside server.

The new story says Russians discussed influencing the election by influencing Trump at a time no one thought Trump could win. Deep in the article, you find out that the Times does not know if they influenced anyone.

First, the latest Trump scandal

MATTHEW ROSENBERG, ADAM GOLDMAN and MATT APUZZO of the NY Times wrote that Paul Manafort and Michael T. Flynn were to be used by the Russians, seemingly unwittingly, to influence Donald Trump. The Russians were apparently discussing how to influence Trump through the two men.

Wouldn’t that be par for the course?

Of course no one thought Trump would win the election so why were Russians concentrating on him, but never mind that, keep your eyes on the shiny object.

This is according to three current and former American officials, the authors wrote. Former would be Obama peeps, current would be Obama or NeverTrumper embeds.

This was an intelligence clue uncovered last summer, the NY Times reported.

Russians were CONFIDENT Manafort and Flynn could be used. They capitalized “confident”.

The Russians boasted about how well they knew Flynn.

Why doesn’t the Times mention that the Russians also knew Hillary – whose husband gave pricey speeches to them – and they knew Obama who was more flexible after his last election – until the Russians spurned him.

The authors wrote they have no idea if this was “considered credible enough for intelligence agencies to pass to the FBI.”

>Also unclear, they say, is “whether Russian officials actually tried to directly influence Mr. Manafort and Mr. Flynn. Both have denied any collusion with the Russian government on the campaign to disrupt the election.”

They don’t know if Russians worked directly with any Trump advisers either. It’s a question so they’re fishing for answers.

This is another illegal, felonious leak meant to take down Trump. Ho, hum.

Meanwhile no one is reporting about the spies in the Democrat congressional offices

Meanwhile, what no one is reporting on is the story of the thieves or spies or both working for a slew of congressional Democrats as IT techs. One fled to Pakistan with his family. If you are not familiar with the story, read about it on this link.

One of the former congressional information technology (IT) aides under scrutiny allegedly threatened to have his stepmother’s Pakistani relatives kidnapped if she talked to U.S. law enforcement authorities, according to court documents obtained by The Daily Caller News Foundation’s (TheDCNF) Investigative Group.

“Imran Awan threatened that he is very powerful and if I ever call the police again, [he] will … kidnap my family members back in Pakistan,” Awan’s stepmother, Samina Gilani, claimed in the documents filed April 14 in Fairfax County, Va., in the case of Americo Financial Life and Annuity Insurance Company v. Abid A. Awan and Samina Ashraf Gilani.

Imran Awan and his brothers Abid and Jamal are under criminal investigation by U.S. Capitol Police on suspicion they abused their administrator-level access to sensitive congressional data, as reported Feb. 4 by TheDCNF.

These techs had an offsite server to which they funneled classified material from congressional servers.

They could read all the congressional emails.

These spies also owed money to Hezbollah terrorists.

The computers the spies worked on were seized by law enforcement. The Daily Caller News Foundation reports that Rep. Debbie Wasserman-Schultz threatened the U.S. Capitol Police with “consequences for holding their equipment in a case against these sketchy techs. The Police Chief will not give her the computers back, even under threat.

Some fear the House members are being blackmailed.

Here is the witch from Florida threatening the Sheriff.

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