Dem Aide Trial Delayed

PUBLISHED: 7:24 PM 13 Mar 2018

Federal Judge Delays Trial Of Scandalous Democratic IT Aide Imran Awan

Judge delays Awan's trial in light of new evidence.

Judge delays Awan's trial in light of new evidence.

A Trump-hating judge issued another delay in the trial for Democratic National Committee IT aide Imran Awan, according to Front Page Magazine.

Despite Awan’s ties to terrorism and evidence suggesting he is covering up corruption for the DNC, the Obama-appointed judge has again pushed back his trial date.

Awan was first exposed more than a year ago for his alleged illegal activity on Congressional data networks, where he has been accused of bank fraud and money laundering connected to terror groups in Pakistan.

The Democratic aide was set to appear last Thursday for a status hearing in federal court, but it was rescheduled for early May.

Awan was a senior IT aide for former DNC Chairwoman Debbie Wasserman-Shultz until he was found guilty last year of wiring money to terrorists.

He was arrested and charged with bank fraud by the Federal Bureau of Investigation after trying to flee the country back to his home country in Pakistan.

Chris Gown, Awan’s attorney and a former aide to Bill and Hillary Clinton, said Awan’s arrest was “a right-wing media-driven prosecution by a United States Attorney’s Office that wants to prosecute people for working while Muslim.”

Awan and his wife, Hina Alv, were wiring hundreds of thousands of dollars — which they received from their cushy jobs helping democrats with their servers — to terrorists.

He began working for Wasserman-Schultz in 2005. His wife, two brothers, and his brother’s wife also worked for several House Democrats for many years.

The Awan family was paid more than $4 million since 2010, which several GOP lawmakers have said is mind-boggling.

The hearing has now been postponed three times, raising serious questions about whether the Obama-appointed judge is delaying an explosive hearing that could expose the DNC.

Awan was no small player — he worked for eight different House Democrats and oversaw their network system.

He likely has powerful information involving democrats and the DNC hack that occurred in 2016, further illustrating the importance of getting him in front of a judge.

But the American people cannot get answers to important questions surrounding democrats, the DNC, and Wasserman-Shultz because an Obama ally is stalling his court date.

The most disturbing questions remain unanswered: why is the DNC refusing to assist in the Awan investigation by handing over the servers he worked on?

And why are democrats risking so much to protect him?