July 9, 2007, - 3:52 pm

OUTRAGE–Shoeless Mike: Homeland Security’s Chertoff to Meet w/ Hezbollah Imam/Iranian Agent in Dearbornistan

By Debbie Schlussel
**** OFFICIAL SEAN HANNITY SHOW PREP MATERIAL ****
There’s a reason I call Department of Homeland Security Chief Michael Chertoff, “Serpenthead.” He not only looks like a snake. He is one.
Tomorrow, in Detroit for the NAACP national convention, Chertoff will take his shoes off–and any sense of discretion–and attend the Karbalaa Islamic Educational Center, the Dearbornistan mosque headed by open Hezbollah supporter and Iranian agent, Imam Husham Al-Husainy. And Chertoff will be kissing ass. . . er, meeting with Al-Husainy and sundry other Islamic extremists, who should have long ago been deported.

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Extremism Goes Mainstream:

DHS’ Serpenthead Chertoff to Kiss Ass of Imam Husham Al-Husainy

As you’ll recall, I’ve written a lot about Al-Husainy over the years. I mentioned him two years ago in the Wall Street Journal. More recently, I wrote about Al-Husainy, last year, when I went undercover to a closed Hezbollah rally, and I wrote extensively about him at the beginning of the year after Saddam Hussain’s hanging, and later, when Al-Husainy delivered the invocation at the Democratic National Committee‘s winter meeting, including in the New York Post (Sean Hannity blatantly ripped off my work on Al-Husainy).
Since Al-Husainy has been an open supporter of Hezbollah and anti-Semitic hate, it’s an outrage that Chertoff would go to Dearbornistan to kiss his ass.
But it’s especially an outrage since agents in Chertoff’s own department are well-versed on Al-Husainy, who has made several recent trips to Iran (his son went, but traveled separately), and who is believed to be sending millions of dollars overseas–perhaps to terrorists–in violation of the Patriot Act. It is well-known that Al-Husainy–who is a supporter of the Jaish Al-Mahdi (the Mahdi Army terrorist group) and its leader Moqtada Al-Sadr (they are holding an American soldier hostage)–is an agent of the Ahmadinejad government in Iran. (He also advised Iranian-backed candidates for Iraqi Prime Minister and Parliament.) And he has publicly engaged in all kinds of conspiracy theories against America, Israel, and Jews, er . . . “Zionists.”
One other thing on Al-Husainy: Last summer, he coordinated the trips of Nturei Kartah Rabbi Yisroel Dovid Weiss and other rabbis to come repeatedly to Detroit for Hezbollah rallies, at one of which, Al-Husainy remarked, “We make a great time, don’t we?” of the Rabbis. They later appeared at an Iranian Holocaust Denial Conference hosted by Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. Since no-one believes that these trips have been self-financed by the fringe, self-hating rabbis, it is believed that Al-Husainy is the conduit for Iranian funding for the rabbis.
Did J. Edgar Hoover meet with Al Capone and kiss his ass? Did any federal law enforcement chiefs hang with the Nazis for a drink? No. Because Hoover et al actually knew a little something about law enforcement. And it involved arresting criminals and being tough on America’s enemies within. NOT being their personal pander bear. Or, in Chertoff’s case, their friendly Serpenthead.
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This is an outrage of the highest order. How can any Homeland Security agent or employee respect this man who gladly kisses the asses of our enemies?
Chertoff has absolutely zero discretion or sense of outrage. It’s time for us to get one and loudly call for his ouster.
Just one question: Did Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Special Agent in Charge of Michigan/Ohio Brian Moskowitz a/k/a “Abu Moskowitz” and his press flack, Greg Palmore, dream this idiocy up?
Oust them with him.

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19 Responses

Debbie–Yes, you exposed Al-Husainy for what he really is and Hannity should have had you on his show to comment on the so-called imam’s rambling, demented responses to his questions. This guy is dangerous and should be deported, and Chertoff is a disgrace. His sucking up to these fanatics only displays our weakness and lack of will to deal with this enemy within. Gestures like these by our government “leaders” (add Karen Hughs and Condi Rice, et. al. to the mix) play into jihadi strategy for bringing about our self-destruction. This strategy has worked in Europe (especially Britain) and will likely work here, too, if we continue on this path. God help us.

Saxonman on July 9, 2007 at 4:53 pm

This is outrageous! Mr. Chertoff should be ashamed, and fired. Imam Al-Husainy is open with his racism, and support for terrorists. Chertoff should not meet with Al-Husainy under circumstances that are not investigatory.

Bomb Bomb Iran on July 9, 2007 at 5:10 pm

As person who voted for GWB twice, I don’t regret my vote (the alternatives were significantly worse), but the ever increasing disappointment is striking.
Whatever happened to “if you are not with us you are against us?”
I don’t know if this is a calculate capitulation or just plain wimpiness, but either way, its not what I voted for.
We need someone who can at least try to use the bully pulpit to stand up for what is right. It looks to be that President Bush has cut & run from doing the things that he doesn’t need Congress to do.

JSobieski on July 9, 2007 at 7:19 pm

Please allow one of your interns to hail a cab in Dearbornistan while holding a small dog carrier. But wait their’s more! Inside that carrier is the unholly pail faced pig. I want video a lawyer and the ACLU! This is what’s wrong with America, not even a ripple of emotion.

Chesty1 on July 9, 2007 at 9:27 pm

I voted for Dubya twice not because I was for him; it’s because I’m against any Phil Donahue hand wringing, man who lacks cajones, whining Snivelcrat like Gore or Kerry making executive decisions that wind down to appeasing our enemies. But I have to accept certain realities about Bush & his ilk. Favorably I must say he appointed two solid US Supreme Court justices. Second he got partial birth abortion banned. I hope there’s an opportunity to see decrepit liberals John Paul Stevens & Ruth Bader-Ginsburg retire before 2008 so that he can pack the Court.
On the other hand, if we declared war right after 9/11/2001 on the nations & terrorist proxies that promote Islamonazism, presidential power could be used to snuff out the subversive nonsense inside our own country that has hindered us in our war abroad. America did declare war on Germany & hung Nazis. We should be hanging some of these gangsters that are front groups like CAIR funded by Wahabis in Saudi Arabia & Shiites in Iran. It means loyalty to America & her interests or else pick up a gun & fight on the other side like Johnny Walker Lindh did.
Under Bush’s leadership, the wars in Iraq & Afghanistan have been badly mismanaged “for the sake of establishing democracy.” You don’t send troops on the battle front where they have to go through a bureaucratic process of asking permission to shoot back at enemies inside a mosque who are shooting at you. Lives have been wasted in the name of “political correctness.”
Homeland Security under this Bush administration is an oxymoron. Michael Chertoff is just Bush’s brownnosing front man. We indiscriminately allow the worse element of illegal immigrants to cross our borders into the US to bring to drain our resources in terms of mediocrity & criminality.
This isn’t new under Bush. It started getting this bad under Jimmy Carter’s watch when Fidel Castro emptied his prisons of all his favorite criminals & perverts back in 1979-1980. I lived in Miami during those times. It ain’t about celebrating diversity; it’s about celebrating perversity.
Whether we like it or not, we’re in a multi-fronted war inside our border & in these foreign hot spots. It’s not a conventional war, but a kind of war where we need better intel, & understanding of the cultures we’re fighting against. The Islamonazis have declared war on us back in the 7th century & have really made it hot on us in the last 30 years because they sense our weakness & lack of resolve to go all the way like they’re willing to do. They’re manipulating us like the way Hitler manipulated the German industrialists. We think we can buy peace via economic cooperation. They’re using economics against us, but they’re fighting for a cause that’s bigger than economics – worldwide Sharia. Get your head out of the sand or your behinds and accept that reality.

SFdolfan on July 9, 2007 at 9:44 pm

(1) Chertoff (2) Al-Insaney (3) HS hiring practises. Too many subjects in one article.
Big picture — re (1) and (3) We, that is us JQ Publics can’t depend on or wait or assume anything help against the background WOT. Foreground being the military missions in Iraq, Afghanistan and around. HS, the FBI, the CIA, and State (fwtw) are best viewed as (a) job sinecures for the beltway nobility (a noble class by dint of delusional self-importantence-adation which is constantly reinforced by every aspect of the beltway eco-system) of cul-de-sac land (b) wild animals in the forest rarely encountered and best left to be on their own wild meanders, yet (c) occasionally coming into hazard of contact with actual practical work-a-day civilization outside of the beltway wild preserve. In is in that last condition that citizen-wardens, we knowing who we are by our abilities to so act when we can, have to come down snappingly upon the meandering beasts, and either return them to the preserve, or defang them.
(2) Al-Insaney is an somewhat opportunistic infection to which the wild beltway denizens, being apt to certain structural pixelations of imagination deriving from their overly structured and insulated life-cycles in DC Metro are prone to. Yet, Al-Insaney and his Islamic hordes are never capable of exploiting opportunity, being of a coward’s heart.

bvw on July 9, 2007 at 10:29 pm

SFdolfan,
your voted for him TWICE?thanks alot

patriot10 on July 9, 2007 at 11:40 pm

Michelle Malkin picked up this story, and credited Debbie.
Off Topic Alert: I bet you never heard in the MSM about the fact that Geneva’s largest synagogue was burned to the ground in Islamist occupied Switzerland:
http://www.haaretz.com/hasen/spages/866005.html
I have a soft spot for Geneva, as I went to school there. At that time, there were plenty of Saudis and other Arabs, but it was more about partying than religion.
Now, the Islamists basically view Switzerland as a part of the Middle East:
http://www.weeklystandard.com/Content/Public/Articles/000/000/013/856wrnid.asp
What’s going on in Switzerland, and elsewhere in Europe, will happen here. Only a matter of time. Of course, the failure of the immigration bill delayed the Islamist infiltration/penetration effort just a bit.

sonomaca on July 10, 2007 at 12:22 am

Is there anyone in government looking out for the American people? Between Islam and the invaders from the south. We are going down fast. Have we lost the will to protect ourselves?

AlturaCt on July 10, 2007 at 1:09 am

Is there anyone in government looking out for the American people? Between Islam and the invaders from the south. We are going down fast. Have we lost the will to protect ourselves?
Posted by: AlturaCt
i’m pretty sure the government did,the question is:is the government gunna stop the Amercan people,when we’ve had enough of this crap?lots of talk of haliburton building camps in Amerca,are they for them,or for us,when we fight back against islam and the illegals.

patriot10 on July 10, 2007 at 2:03 am

I don’t want Bush nominating another Supreme Court judge. He likely to nominate Chertoff.

Burt on July 10, 2007 at 9:10 am

I can’t understand this administration, and for the most part we are powerless to force them to listen to common sense. As a former FBI Agent, I was appalled when I learned that the Bureau had CAIR give them PC lessons. This visit smacks of the same capitulation. When will the USA grow some b _ _ _ _?

livsafe on July 10, 2007 at 9:26 am

Chesty1 said:
“This is what’s wrong with America, not even a ripple of emotion.”
There’s plenty of emotion here is dearbornistan – the primary emotion being disgust. People (including me) are leaving this area in record numbers. The tide has turned, and we lost. The elementary schools look like little madrassas. There is palpable anti-white sentiment among the mooslims here. You see Hezbollah flags dangling from the rear-view mirrors of luxury SUVs (in many cases the cash to buy their wahhabi-supporting gas guzzlers comes from defrauding our government of taxes). Many of these rich arabs defraud the welfare system, our medical system, free lunches at school, everything they can get their dirty fingers into.
And if you complain, the legions of pussified PC pander-bears call you a racist.
And, perhaps most frustrating of all, our politicians are not even remotely in touch with reality. they are calling for more immigration from these shithole countries.
There’s still hope, but i fear it’s going to take something huge (i’m sure the plans are sitting somewhere on some scuzlim’s dusty drawing board) before the sleepy population is finally galvanized into action.

live from dearbornistan on July 10, 2007 at 9:41 am

bvw Re: (1),(2),(3)
Hey beevvvvvvvv, are you trying to impress readers of this column with your imaginary literary phd, or are you somking something really weird? Get off your self indulgent, wanta be cool talking high horse, and make some sense. You lost most everyone reading your ridiculous post after the (1),(2),(3).

Richard on July 10, 2007 at 10:19 am

When you people get tired of playing by the rules, then something can get done. You have to talk to your friends and STRANGERS openly about TAKING CARE OF BUSINESS. We have to break down the taboos against violence.
We’ve tried ‘democracy’, ‘representative’ government, civil discourse and civic participation. All it’s gotten us is the destruction of 2000 years of Western society. Being polite and civil isn’t working very well at all, in fact it’s destroying us.

steve ventry on July 10, 2007 at 10:42 am

steve ventry:
Your point is well made.
Representative government has failed us. Just look at the amnesty for illegals debacle for a perfect example of how our ‘reps’ push an agenda that is the exact opposite of what the average american wants.

live from dearbornistan on July 10, 2007 at 10:56 am

There are so many great posts here today. I would like to add that it is really apparent to me why the left has struggled so hard to push the gun control agenda over the last forty years.
I agree that our government has failed us. That same governemnt is ready to hand us over to our enemies in the name of political correctness and economics. Our window to stand up against all of the P.C. bulls**t is rapidly closing. I believe that the camps that were spoke of earlier are for the American people. The thought of fighting against our own police and military scares me. But, I will not backdown from any sonofabitch that is attempting strip me of the promises spelled out in our Constitution.
I know that my viewpoint is not shared by most folks but I believe that we have truely run out of options. Voting is not the answer. No matter who we elect they always seem to turn into the same limp spined do-nothings. Time is not on our side in this fight to stay a free people. This is the place that I call home, The United States of America.

newinnewark on July 10, 2007 at 11:52 am

“Voting is not the answer.”
I agree. Humpty is broken and being polite or nice is not going to fix it.

AlturaCt on July 10, 2007 at 2:13 pm

The only one on tv that seems to call chertoff into question is Glenn Beck. I’m disappointed in O’Reilly not helping to expose this guy. He talks a good game but when you ask him hard questions and ask him about the examples of making deals with drug dealers to put our border guards in jail..and also about this amnesty bill..he falls flat on his face.

Highrise on July 10, 2007 at 7:03 pm

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