BOMBSHELL Report: Democrats’ Direct Ties To Terrorist Money Laundering Exposed… This Is Really Bad


A bombshell report exposing the dirty dealings of the Muslim IT aides has just been released, and everything about it points to the men being involved in a money laundering scheme for international terrorism.

Imran Awan and basically his entire family were employed by Congressional Democrats, including Debbie Wasserman-Schultz, for years before finally being fired over the summer, but only after they were arrested by the FBI attempting to flee the country with large amounts of cash on them. Awan was apprehended at the airport amid reports that he and his family were responsible for massive data breeches in Congress, then arrested on wire fraud charges, and now we’re learning the extent of the crimes he’s committed.


It’s bad…really bad.

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The Daily Caller reported that the Awans’ care dealership, Cars International A, which has the odd acronym of CIA, appears to have been nothing more than a money laundering front for the family that was used to fund what looks like international terrorism. The Awans ran the dealership, which appeared normal on its face, as they collected $160,000 annual salaries from the government as IT aides, and now it appears as if that dealership was one of many deployed by Iranian-backed Hezbollah to fund terrorism abroad.

From the Caller:

While Imran and Abid Awan ran their car dealership in Falls Church, Va. in the early part of the decade, Drug Enforcement Agency officials a few miles away in Chantilly were learning that the Iranian-linked terrorist group frequently deployed used car dealerships in the US to launder money and fund terrorism, according to an explosive new Politico expose.


Worse yet, millions upon millions of dollars simply vanished from the Awans, all while they lived a life that displayed little, if any wealth, begging the question of where it all went.

The money that disappeared between the Awans’ dealership, some $7 million in congressional pay, the equipment suspected of disappearing from Congress under their watch, and their other side businesses — all while they displayed few signs of wealth and frequently haggled in court over small amounts of money — raise questions about whether the Awans might have been laundering money or sending it to a third party.


“Based on the modest way Awan was living, it is my opinion that he was sending most of his money to a group or criminal organization that could very well be connected with the Pakistani government,” said Wayne Black, a private investigator who served as law enforcement group supervisor in Janet Reno’s Miami public corruption unit. “My instincts tell me Awan was probably operating a foreign intelligence gathering operation on US soil.”

Again, this is really bad. According to the bombshell Politico report, federal prosecutors refused to go after top Hezbollah operatives involved in money laundering and drug smuggling because they wanted to push through the Iranian nuclear deal; Hezbollah relied on used car dealerships as a means to funnel money to their organization. The CIA dealership was more than likely one of the operations federal authorities relented on, meaning the Awans were working as double agents the entire time they were working for Democrat members of Congress – they were aiding and abetting terrorists while they enjoyed access to sensitive government materials.

Meanwhile, the Awans have yet to be charged with any crimes related to the car dealership or their activities while working in Congress.

Shortly before the 2016 election, investigators found huge amounts of House equipment unaccounted for under the Awans’ stewardship, and when they looked into the family further, they found that they had logged in to members’ computers for whom they did not work. There were signs that the House Democratic Caucus’ server “is being used for nefarious purposes” by the Awans, according to a House investigation, and “steps are being taken to conceal their activity.”

Abid Awan is married to a Ukranian named Nataliia Sova, who was herself on the House payroll as an IT aide in 2010 and 2011 for Reps. Emmanuel Cleaver, Ted Deutch, and Gabby Giffords. Abid incorporated Cars International in 2008, and Cars International A in 2009, taking out loans from the Congressional credit union while omitting the dealership from House financial disclosures. It was not clear how he could have been working at both the dealership and a high-paid congressional job.

In 2010, the CIA dealership took a $100,000 loan from Dr. Ali Al-Attar, who is of Iranian heritage and was a minister in the Iraqi government, according to court records. Al-Attar is a fugitive wanted by the U.S. government. Philip Giraldi, a former CIA officer, wrote that Attar “was observed in Beirut, Lebanon conversing with a Hezbollah official” in 2012–shortly after the loan was made.

The money was moved from Ali Al-Attar through accounts intended for Fairfax County real estate. Both Imran Awan and Khattak — who also put up $200,000 in cash as an investor in CIA — had realtors licenses.

As for why the Awans and those associated with them haven’t been charged with anything major yet?

The Caller explains:

Members of Congress have refused to acknowledge what is well-known among the House bureaucracy, that investigators found conclusive evidence that the Awans wantonly violated House IT regulations. “There’s no question about it: If I was accused of a tenth of what these guys are accused of, they’d take me out in handcuffs that same day,” a fellow House IT aide said. But fellow IT aides with knowledge pertinent to the case said the FBI hasn’t even interviewed them.

Politico’s money-laundering story echoed similar themes: “Right now, we have 50 FBI agents not doing anything because they know their Iran cases aren’t going anywhere,” including investigations into allegedly complicit used-car dealers, a prosecutor said.

You can read the rest of this shocking report by following this link.

Everyone involved with these cretins, whether they’re in Congress or not, needs to be thoroughly investigated and charged accordingly if it’s discovered they committed any crimes. This is absolutely outrageous.

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