View Full Version : California’s Attorney General Xavier Becerra And The Awan Scandal

10-31-2017, 06:41 PM
One aspect of the unfolding Awan scandal that has received minimal press coverage is the role played by current Atorney General of California, Xavier Beccera. With the exception of journalists like HA Goodman and Luke Rosiak, Becerra’s role has gone virtually unexamined by the media.

In September, the Daily Caller revealed that the Capital Police’s decision to ban the Awan’s from Capitol Hill was based on the existence of a “secret server”. The server was connected to the House Democratic Caucus, which at the time, was chaired by Rep. Xavier Becerra, the current Attorney General of California.

Police contacted Becerra’s office, notifying him that the server was the subject of an ongoing investigation, and promptly requested a copy of it. However, what Capital Police received from the now California Attorney General’s office was described as an, “elaborate falsified image designed to hide the massive violations.”

According to one senior official, when Becerra vacated his congressional seat on January 24, 2017, “He wanted to wipe his server, and we 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”.

Authorities considered the falsified image of the server they received to be an act of overt interference in an ongoing criminal investigation.

The official stated that, “They were using the House Democratic Caucus as their central service warehouse … It was a breach. The data was completely out of [the members’] possession. Does it mean it was sold to the Russians? I don’t know,” the senior official said