BREAKING VIDEO: Chaffetz: “Awan Scandal is a Much Much More Serious Situation That Will I Think Blossom. This is a Very Very Big Story.”

FOX News contributor and former Utah representative Jason Chaffetz went on with Maria Bartiromo on Sunday to discuss several issues including the Imran Awan arrest. Chaffetz said federal agents were watching Imran Awan for months before his arrest.

Weeks before FBI was watching.. Just weeks that is all they want to report on or is that all to report on?
Should be years. Where is the NSA? Of all the networks in the world to have every last bit and byte ever transmitted on it and or the whole file systems of every device that ever was connected to it, it would be the congressional one. Esp. after the CIA hack and any given alphabet agencies tool kits.

The deep state runs on signed papers…

This is it Pakistan!

It is coming Muslim Brotherhood. The USA, India, are not going to let you continue. I am not going to mention how but you know the why.

People do not want to believe there are Arab’s who’s missions in life are to make lots of money off the USA while doing it legally or illegally to further an aganda/s and or destabilize society.

President of The United States Donald Trump had said in a public statement

“If you think strong statements or mere pressure from the U.S. will be sufficient to really convince Pakistan to change its calculus, that is like really living in a fool’s paradise.”

“We can no longer be silent about Pakistan’s safe havens for terrorist organizations, the Taliban, and other groups that pose a threat to the region and beyond,” said President Trump in a Monday night speech outlining his new strategy for the war in Afghanistan. With those words, he gave perhaps the strongest public criticism by a U.S. president of Pakistan’s policy in that war, but also echoed a widely held view among U.S. national-security experts. “Pakistan has much to gain from partnering with our effort in Afghanistan. It has much to lose by continuing to harbor terrorists.”

From The Atlantic:

Michael Kugelman, the deputy director of the Asia Program at the Wilson Center, put it this way: “Pakistan has deep immutable strategic interests that entail maintaining ties to the Taliban.”

Meanwhile, Kugelman said, “the notion of India having a major footprint in Afghanistan is very alarming,” Kugelman said—and it is one that Trump welcomed in his speech. This, argues Kugelman, is one of the reasons Pakistan insists on providing support to the Afghan Taliban and its affiliates in the first place—fearing that India is using Afghanistan as a base from which to meddle in Pakistan, including support for separatist rebels in Balochistan Province, Pakistan supports other groups “that help promote Pakistan’s interest of keeping India at bay in Afghanistan.”

This is it. Do the math. Pakistan is going to get some serious attention. Not just drones and cross border  snipes.

The Awan’s and Co. Are Pakistani Spies. 

VIDEO The Quint: “Vienna Convention Doesn’t Apply to Spies” : Pakistan

Pakistan on Monday rejected India’s attempts to invoke the jurisdiction of the International Court of Justice (ICJ) to save the life of alleged spy Kulbushan Jadhav, saying provisions of the Vienna Convention did not apply on spies, terrorists and those who indulge in espionage. Rebutting India’s case before the ICJ, Counsel Khawar Qureshi asserted that this forum is not a criminal court of appeal nor does it exercise criminal jurisdiction.

Published on 15 May 2017

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