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Thursday, August 03, 2017

It looks like Debbie Wasserman Schutlz is getting a little edgey.

The nation's Capitol Police Commissioner testified before a committee Debbie was sitting on back in May, 2017. Part of the information exchanged during that meeting included the same question asked repeatedly by Schultz related to "found property of another" and what the status of that property might be. Schultz came very close to interfering with and/or obstructing an active investigation via her line of questioning and her not so veiled threats to the Chief throughout their exchange.

It seems Debbie was quite concerned about the contents of some electronic "equipment" and tried to invoke her newfound elected politico "authority" to bully and intimidate the Chief into returning "equipment" used by her IT staffer, Imran Awan who  is now being investigated for a myriad of alleged criminal acts relating to a suspected data breach where sensitive information – including data from members of Congress on the Intelligence and Homeland Security Committees was stolen.

Debbie's not happy.

In the meantime, Imran Awan rots in jail while the investigation continues.

Actually, he most likely made bail by now.

Isn't it past time for us to call in all "markers" and insist on justice for those who think they're politically protected and immune from our laws?!

I think it is. I think it's high time for us to install term limits, 12 yrs maximum, no pension, no perks upon retirement other than a modest $35.00 plaque for "loyal, relevant and successful political service" to our country. If it isn't "loyal, relevant and successful" service then we should have the right to impeach the failed politico and replace him or her with someone else who will serve out the rest of the term.

Oh, and Santa? If you're reading I also hope Debbie Wasserman-Schultz shares a prison cell with the Butcher Bitch of Benghazi, hillary clinton soon!

Just think how much more efficient and responsive our government would be.

IMHO

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