October 20, 2010, - 4:55 pm
Yesterday, I told you about Tea Party GOP Congressional candidate Andrew “Rocky” Raczkowski’s mucho campaign bucks from Islamic terrorism supporters. But there’s more. In his latest filings, Rocky notes that he took $4,800 in campaign contributions from Mohammad Qazi and his wife, Farhat, Pakistani Muslim extremists, who admitted in settlement of a lawsuit with the U.S. government to committing millions in Medicaid and Medicare fraud. With their $4,800, the Qazis are Rocky’s LARGEST INDIVIDUAL CAMPAIGN DONORS. Essentially, the money he took from them was funded by hard-working American and Michigan taxpayers they defrauded.
Why is Rocky Raczkowski Taking $4,800 From Muslim Extremists Who Defrauded Medicare/Medicaid?
In 2007, I told you about the Qazis. They own Ciena Healthcare Management, Inc. which settled a U.S. government Medicare and Medicaid fraud lawsuit against it, alleging multi-millions of dollars in fraud. They paid $1.25 million to the U.S. and Michigan taxpayers because of massive fraudulent billing they committed and were lucky they didn’t get criminal charges against them (probably because they are Muslim).
A Southfield company that manages skilled nursing centers, its owner and two of its top officials have agreed to pay $1.25 million to settle allegations that they improperly billed Medicaid and Medicare for inadequate care of, and services to, residents at four metro Detroit nursing homes.
Ciena Healthcare Management Inc., its owner Mohammad Qazi, Chief Financial Officer Anis Khan and Chief Operating Officer Denise Mahnke-Pugh agreed to the settlement Monday.
And the Qazis are extremists, donating to extremists like Democrat Muslim Congressman Keith Ellison, David Bonior, Sheila Jackson Lee, and John Conyers. Mr. Qazi identifies himself in some of his campaign donations as the Chairman of the extremist Council on Pakistani Relations, which is a Muslim Pakistani group modeled after CAIR.
Just what did Rocky promise these extremist Muslim tax defrauders? What will they get from him in return for their nearly $5,000, which is about 1% of the total campaign cash he raised this period? It’s not worth the risk getting him elected, to find out.
Voters who care about America and want to protect our country from the Islamic threat and from those who rip off hard-working Americans to get rich will vote against Andrew “Rocky” Raczkowski and hold their nose to vote for his opponent, liberal Democrat Gary Peters, at the polls in November. At least Peters gets it on jihad and isn’t financed by extremists and criminals, who steal your hard-earned tax money so they can live the high life.
It’s interesting to not that one of Rocky’s biggest supporters, Sue Burstein-Kahn, whined to me in an e-mail about Rocky’s primary supporter, Paul Welday, accepting a few hundred bucks from the Qazis. Kahn, who owes her job heading up the ALS of Michigan Foundation to Rocky (he sits on the board), is now strangely silent, since her “boss” Rocky Raczkowski has now taken ten times as much from the Muslim extremist Medicaid/Medicaid defrauding Qazis.
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