Fox’s Napolitano pushes another baseless claim: A congressional IT staffer was “selling” information abroad
ANDREW NAPOLITANO: Ms. — Congresswoman [Debbie] Wasserman Schultz, while she was a congresswoman from Florida and the chair of the Democratic National Committee, employed, at government expense, in her Washington office an I.T. specialist who, it turns out, was gathering information and selling it to foreign nationals and foreign intelligence services. This, of course, is a felony. As he was selling real estate in the United States and was attempting to flee to Pakistan, he was arrested for failure to report these financial sales. What Congressman [Ron] DeSantis [(R-FL)] is saying that financial stuff is bad but that’s just the tip of the iceberg. What we really need to know is how did this person damage the national security of the United States by selling information from the Wasserman Schultz emails to foreign nationals, and what did he sell? And then — and this is very intriguing, Bill — what did the former chair of the Democratic National Committee and congresswoman from Florida know, if anything, about him and about it?