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Imran Awan Pleads ‘Not Guilty,’ Wants Ankle GPS Taken Off For Nonexistent Uber Job


Former U.S. House ‘shared employee’ Imran Awan pleaded ‘not guilty’ to a Federal judge on Friday to charges that he and his wife, Hina Alvi, lied on an application for a home equity loan they wired most of out of the country.

Awan’s attorney, Chris Gowen – former aide of Bill and Hillary Clinton, asked that Awan’s GPS ankle bracelet be removed, telling the court that Imran may need to attend an emergency with his children – who are in Pakistan.

“His ability to parent, which may well be single parenting, if there is an emergency…” Gowen said, failing to explain the discrepancy.

Gowen also claimed that Awan needs the bracelet removed because he has been driving for Uber, and needs restrictions on his movement to be lifted. According to the Daily Caller, however, Uber has no record of Imran Awan (or the various other names he is known by) driving for the company.

Via the Daily Caller

Prosecutor Michael Marando opposed the motions, saying Imran is a severe flight risk. “From Day 1 there was a pattern of flight. It began September 2016… a pattern of transfers to Pakistan, hundreds of thousands of dollars,” he said. The judge has not ruled on the motion.

Awan was caught trying to flee the country a day after the Daily Caller reported that smashed computer equipment found in a rental home owned by the Awans was turned over to the FBI.

Interestingly, federal prosecutors hinted at a larger investigation beyond the fraudulent loan application to a Capitol Hill credit union – describing in a letter ‘voluminous discovery, of items found in a Congressional office building back in April – including a laptop used by Awan.

The inclusion of the ‘hard drive, which was recovered from the Longworth House Office Building’ is significant. Recall in May when Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz browbeat the Chief of D.C. Capitol Police for three minutes during a budget planning meeting, threatening him with ‘consequences’ if a certain laptop was not turned over – ostensibly the one recovered in April.

During the exchange, Wasserman Schultz asserts that the laptop is hers – and since she isn’t under investigation, the police should return it. “We can’t return the equipment” responded Chief Matthew Verderosa, to which Wasserman Schultz replied “I think you’re violating the rules when you conduct your business that way and you should expect that there will be consequences.


It will be interesting to see what prosecutors find on that laptop, considering all of the congressional Democrats the Awans worked for – including those on U.S. intelligence committees discussing highly classified information.

Here’s a handy chart of who the various Awans worked for:

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Google Threatens Alt-Right Site’s Ad Revenue Over Single Article

Google threatened alt-right website “The Liberty Conservative” Tuesday evening, warning them if they didn’t remove a specific article from the internet, the site would be deprived of all ad revenues from the Google platform.

Alt-right youtube personality James Allsup – who was famously hit in the head during the inaugural ‘Deploraball’ by Antifa thugs – was a speaker at the “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, VA a few weeks back, which ended in tragedy after a white supremacist drove his 2010 dodge challenger into a crowd of counter-protesters, killing one. A police helicopter flying overhead also crashed during the event, killing two on board.

Allsup, who stepped down as president of Washington State University’s college republican chapter two days after the rally, penned an article for The Liberty Conservative in November of 2016 in which he argues the differences between white supremacists and the Alt-right.

In a nutshell, he wrote that that race realism (differences between races, such as IQ and physical features) and white nationalism (establishment of a protected white ethnostate analogous to an ‘Israel for whites’ – as espoused by Richard Spencer) differ from white supremacy in that the first two are based on scientific data and a political objective – while white supremacists ‘believe, often without citing data or factual evidence, that white people are “just better.”

Allsup says that to understand the alt-right, ‘it is necessary to understand each of these distinct concepts,’ adding ‘Many young people, especially young men, have flocked to the alt-right because of its universal rejection of feminism and PC culture and strong embrace of masculinity and tradition.’

“White men in this country are tired of being blamed for every failure and hardship experienced by women and minorities. Does this make them alt-right? Not necessarily, but possibly. Does it make them a white supremacist or a white nationalist? Certainly not.”

“There are very few white supremacists within the alt-right itself. White supremacy as an ideology has largely disappeared from the United States, and is mostly being kept in the news by the media itself and the largely irrelevant Ku Klux Klan, which had a membership of between 1.4 and 4 million members at one point, but is now down to only 5,000 to 8,000 members.”

Whatever one thinks of Allsup’s argument, or lack thereof, the fact that Google summarily decided that The Liberty Conservative would lose all ad revenue if they didn’t remove the article sets a chilling precedent.

Shane Trejo, media relations director of the Republican Liberty Caucus of Michigan responded in the Liberty Conservative: “Either we were to remove a particular article or see all of our ad revenues choked off in an instant. This is the newest method that Big Brother is using to enforce thought control.

Via PJMedia:

The Liberty Conservative writer suggested that the article was singled out because it was written by former Liberty Conservative contributor James Allsup. Allsup was involved in the “Unite the Right” riot (which Trejo described as a “rally-turned-riot”) in Charlottesville, Va. Trejo said the article was targeted because “it was authored by a man deemed to be an ‘unperson’ by the corporate elite.”

Google policy

While Allsup’s article may be offensive to some, do you think Google has threatened Huffington Post with warnings and takedown notices for any of the anti-white articles they’ve published?

How about Salon, using this guy’s Chrome extension?

Just replace the word “white” with “black” and ask yourself if it’s content that ‘promotes discrimination on the basis of race.’ 

Will Google issue takedown notices to Salon or any of the other liberal rags for their clearly anti-white bias?

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