Report: DNC gave Pakistan unfathomable power with stolen information – ‘change the US President’

Members of the Democrat party will go to no end to keep conservatives out of the White House.

To that end, a new report stated the father of an IT aide for Rep. Schultz handed over a USB drive with information that could “change the U.S. president.”

Unauthorized Access

Once again, Democrats are proving they simply cannot be trusted with classified information.

This time, the culprit is Debbie Wasserman Schultz.

Her aide, Imran Awan, reportedly accessed House servers without the proper authority.

He then, according to the report, handed off the information to his father.

The account was made by Rashid Minhas, a former business partner of Awan’s father.

The Transfer

That same USB device was allegedly delivered to Rehman Malik.

Malik served as the Interior Minister for Pakistan from 2008 to 2013.

Minhas recalled the event, stating, “After Imran’s father deliver USB to Rehman Malik, four Pakistani [government intelligence] agents were with his father 24-hour on duty to protect him.”

The Informant

Now the question is how much of Minhas information is true?

Minhas is currently in prison for fraud.

He told his story no doubt looking for some type of deal or early release.

Amazingly, even after telling his story to the media, nobody from our Justice Department has interviewed him about this.

The Claim

The statement that the information could “change the U.S. president” is not far fetched at all.

According to our own Inspector General, the “system administrators hold the ‘keys to the kingdom,’ meaning they can create accounts, grant access, view, download, update, or delete almost any electronic information within an office.”

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He continued, “Because of this high-level access, a rogue system administrator could inflict considerable damage.”

With proof of unauthorized access and Minhas’ account, it is high time the Justice Department open up the books and investigate this before it is too late.

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