July 17, 2007, - 12:18 pm

ICE: The Movie, UPDATE

By Debbie Schlussel
Recently, I told you about “Crossing Over,” a Hollywood movie currently being shot and starring Draft-Dodger Harrison Ford and far-lefty Jeff Spicoli (a/k/a Sean Penn). Ford plays an Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agent, Penn a shorter role as a Border Patrol agent.
I noted that a former top ICE Deputy Special Agent in Charge, Kevin Jeffrey, is a consultant to the film and that ICE “leadership” (if you call that “leadership”) warned agents and personnel not to cooperate with the movie. For once, I agreed with ICE brass because the movie is sympathetic to Islamofascist illegal aliens and makes ICE agents–specifically Detention and Removal Operations agents who round them up–look like the bad guys for doing their jobs and trying to deport them. Reality Check: They are the GOOD guys.

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Draft-Dodger Harrison Ford is Hollywood’s Silver Screen ICE Agent

Well, today, I received the complete “Crossing Over” script from one of my loyal Hollywood spies and tipsters. I am reading it and will give my complete review, along with juicy tidbits and dialogue excerpts, very soon. Yup, I do the job The ICE Princess’ overpaid PR team doesn’t.
Stay tuned.
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6 Responses

I wasn’t aware that Harrison Ford was a draft dodger. Did he have something better to do, or was he in school overseas writing letters to his draft board? If you have posted the specifics of his case in the past, please provide a link.

zyzzyg on July 17, 2007 at 3:37 pm

I think he was too young for the Korean War.
HARRISON FORD DODGED THE VIETNAM DRAFT AND BRAGGED ABOUT IT.
DEBBIE SCHLUSSEL

code7 on July 17, 2007 at 7:18 pm

from the NNDB
“He sidestepped the military draft — and the Vietnam war — by filing as a conscientious objector. When he was required to appear before the draft board and explain his stance, he instead feigned general nuttiness in a performance that convinced his interrogators he was not military material.”

ICEAGENT on July 18, 2007 at 1:17 am

Hollywood is just on a propaganda roll, aren’t they? Too bad it’s against their own country.
This is madness!

PJ on July 18, 2007 at 1:18 am

This reminds me of when Jack Nicholson shot “The Border” down in El Paso. I was in the Border Patrol at that time (not in El Paso) but I had co-workers stationed there who kept me informed on what was going on. In short, the Chief Patrol Agent was ordered by HQ that nobody would have anything to do with the production. They were flat opposed to it and its pandering to the poor undocumented criminals. As a matter of fact, they were prohibited from wearing the official patch and badge and the official insignia was not used on the vehicles.
I’d be interested in knowing if the same pukes who took sick leave to star in “Miami Vice” plan on doing it for this one? (without impunity once again)

1shot1kill on July 18, 2007 at 8:20 am

The crack about the Korean War was a joke about his age, ten years too old to be a real ICE agent. Wow, is everybody wound tight?

code7 on July 18, 2007 at 6:51 pm

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