Skip to comments.House Republicans Hold Discussion On IT Staffer Investigation
Posted on 10/10/2017 9:35:31 PM PDT by bitt
WASHINGTON House Republicans from the Freedom Caucus held a small meeting on Capitol Hill to Tuesday delve into the ongoing investigation of former House IT staffers who performed work for Democratic members.
Republican Texas Rep. Louie Gohmert, Republican Ohio Rep. Jim Jordan, Republican Iowa Rep. Steve King, Florida Republican Rep. Ron DeSantis, and Republican Pennsylvania Rep. Scott Perry all gathered at a Rayburn Office Building room to talk to three witnesses about the case.
The first witness, Luke Rosiak, a reporter for the Daily Caller News Foundation who has covered the House IT staffer case extensively, told members in his opening statement, There has been substantial misinformation put into the public realm about this matter, both maximizing it and minimizing it.
(Excerpt) Read more at dailycaller.com ...
Geo Webb 355.4
Do we have a list of their clients in the House?
“Now they’re getting around to this?”
Just wasted years.
yes, I think Liz has it...
They tell us they were tracking their suspicious activity since September 2016, and didn’t get around to indicting them until NOV 15, CONVENIENTLY after the election...
and then they didn’t fire them until Feb, right after DJT is in office, ..and then finally, they didn’t get Imran until JULY 2017.
Meanwhile, there is someone ?from their network? breaking into the DemCaucus server every hour??
Talk not; Do
Democrats have given away the goods!!!
And they will walk free.
The Dems knew this, and never questioned it. I hope they fry.
No, they gathered to discuss why their House leadership was not “getting around to this”.
They also said that the investigation got “kicked over to the FBI to investigate” and the FBI was running away from it, as well.
It’s like someone high up wants this Awan thing to stay in a black hole for the time being. Maybe because it gets to close to implicating Pakistan, perhaps?
The White House has been equally mum on indicating any interest, so something is probably up with sensitive foreign affairs having to do with Pakistan is my cartwheel guess.
The article doesn’t mention the 3rd witness.
I wonder if they will get around to george webb ?
What "misinformation" exactly?
Uhhh.... you don’t mean that the House Republicans have discovered Imran Awan do you?Already?
Next week's debate in Congress is probably about National Postman's Day.
He is a treasure trove. He has all the goodies on everyone and much of it documented.This is Congressmans' worst nightmare. He's a source that all most guarantees they have to perform.
If they interview George Webb and than don't do anything none of them should be reelected.They may know that which is why he will never be interviewed.
Unfortunately, I believe you are 💯% correct.
And their first “witness” is a reporter?
Somehow I don’t think much will come from this.
Too busy in DC chasing Russian boogeymen.
They have nukes. No telling what they are or are not doing with them. You can't trust their secret service, the ISI,Imran Awan is about to prove that,they are all over the place equally as bad as the CIA.
They share a border with India and they don't get along,another huge problem for us as well. We need to be able to play both sides.
They also share a border with the CIA's biggest black-funding source, Afghanistan and more important the poppy fields grown their and guarded by our troops.
The poppys are harvested sent to the pakis to process and than flow all over the world. It's a huge ratline run by Hillary that no one dares expose.
Once again it's all George Webb. He's the source of all this stuff and no one will interview him since after doing so they can't possibly sit on his info its so good. Add in the many terror ties with the pakis and almost everyone you can imagine and you have a country that is a huge cluster to deal with yet we must.
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