Wasserman Schultz Seen Nervously RUNNING AWAY From Reporters on House Capitol Steps
Former DNC Chairwoman, Debbie Wasserman Schultz employed Pakistani IT staffers and brothers who were paid over $4 million dollars over the course of their employment even though they were accused of a cyber-security breach.
Word has it that Debbie Wasserman Schultz is an absolute wreck since Imran Awan was arrested. Calls for her to testify to Congress are increasingly growing as well.
Wasserman refused to answer any questions to reporters about her IT staffer, Imran Awan who was just arrested while trying to flee the United States, rather she released a carefully crafted, statement via her spokesperson.
Wasserman Schultz, actually ran away from a reporter Wednesday afternoon like a coward.
According to The Daily Caller:
Wasserman Schultz who walked down the House Capitol steps late Wednesday afternoon following remarks she made on the floor, caught site of The Daily Caller’s reporter and nervously turned around and ran back up the steps with her staffer in tow.
The Miami Herald reported Thursday night that her spokesman told a reporter Wednesday, as she walked to the floor of the House, that she would not answer questions about Awan.
The Florida Democrat has strictly communicated through office spokesman statements on the matter and even those responses appear to be contradictory
Instead of being forthright, Wasserman Schultz released a statement claiming ‘ethnic and religious profiling’ was the motivation for her former IT staffer’s plight.
Wednesday night, Wasserman Schultz released a statement saying:
“After details of the investigation were reviewed with us, my office was provided no evidence to indicate that laws had been broken, which over time, raised troubling concerns about due process, fair treatment and potential ethnic and religious profiling,” she said. “Upon learning of his arrest, he was terminated.”
Awan pleaded not guilty to one charge of bank fraud at a Tuesday arraignment at the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia and was given permission to go home if he wore a GPS monitor ankle bracelet, obeyed a strict curfew, gave up his passport and stayed within a 50-mile radius of his residence, The Daily Caller also reported.