The House Democrat’s IT Scandal (previously discussed here and here) is deepening and broadening. The latest Democrat implicated is California’s former Congressman and current Attorney General Xavier Becerra.
Caught giving cops a fake server, Xavier Becerra clams up
By Monica Showalter, the American Thinker
California’s illegal alien-supporting attorney general, Xavier Becerra, has been curiously silent about that fake server he handed over to cops to obstruct their Imran Awan investigation, according to a new report from the Daily Caller. The broader scandal was outlined in this piece by Thomas Lifson yesterday.
Becerra’s role is worth noting because he is considered top Democratic talent, a Democratic Party star, with many Democratic leadership positions, including a seat on the House Ways and Means committee, chairmanship of the House Democratic Caucus (now at the center of the Imran Awan secret server scandal) and lately a post as the California state attorney general, where he is leading the state’s effort to stop President Trump from ending the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals executive order.
He shows a pattern as one gamy player, not the least because of his fake server role in the House server scandal associated with the Awan Pakistani tech family, and former Democratic National Committee chairwoman, Debbie Wasserman Schultz.
According to the Daily Caller News Foundation:
On Jan. 24, 2017, Becerra vacated his congressional seat to become California’s attorney general. “He wanted to wipe his server, and we [a ‘senior official’] brought to his attention it was under investigation. The light-off was we asked for an image of the server, and they deliberately turned over a fake server,” the senior official said.
A fake server? Wouldn’t that take some serious planning? How long and how much effort would it take to construct fake server? What kind of information, then, was on the real server, the one former congressional I.T. aide Imran Awan made off with and maybe handed over to hostile intelligence sources for big money? Why would Becerra hand over a fake server in this investigation instead of angrily get to the bottom of what could easily be called a betrayal of the House Democratic Caucus, which Becerra led, by bad actors?
These are questions that must be answered under oath. A State Attorney General stands accused of Obstruction of Justice in a case with National Security implications.