October 17, 2007, - 12:33 pm
By Debbie Schlussel
Got a ton of response to yesterday’s New York Post column about Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Chieftess Julie L. Myers a/k/a “The ICE Princess'” keynote address at the Hezbollah social club, sharing the stage with immigration defrauder and “former” Islamic terrorist Imad Hamad, and honoring Judges who thwart ICE agents’ efforts.
Many of the e-mails are from ICE and FBI agents, others from citizens who are outraged. Most of them are like this one from a career FBI agent, whose name and identity I have redacted:
As a retired FBI Agent, I just want to thank you for following up on Julie Myers. If she is qualified for her DHS position, then Michael Brown and Alberto Gonzalez must have been overqualified. Bush has to stop appointments like hers before he gives cronyism a bad name. What a slap in the face to the men and women of ICE.
Exactly. He gets it.
Many e-mailers are in disbelief that The ICE Princess actually went through with this meeting. Sadly, I’m told that she, indeed, did. But, FYI, the event was NOT open to the public. Why not? What did she tell the Islamofascists, the Hezbollah supporters, the illegal aliens, and lax judges she was feting? Why is it such a secret?
And FYI, usually, when ADC and Imad Hamad have these meetings and speakers, it is reported upon by the Detroit Newsistan and the Free Press, both of whom have Islamo-pandering reporters on that beat. Not this time. Myers probably wanted to keep this as hush-hush as it’s been kept.
Wouldn’t want the American people and 100 U.S. Senators who vote on her nomination soon to get wind of it, would we?
But there are ways to find out what Myers said at this event. And I’m working on it. Stay tuned.
Where there’s smoke, there’s fire.
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