November 6, 2007, - 5:48 pm
By Debbie Schlussel
I’m sure there’s not a single person with an average IQ or above that believes Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Chieftess Julie L. Myers’ a/k/a The ICE Princess’ hilarious claim that she could not tell that an ICE employee was wearing make-up and in blackface upon wearing a racist costume she praised at the holiday party she hosted (and in a costume contest which she judged . . . hello?).
No-one is that stupid, are they? We all know she was aware of this and made up this totally unbelievable lie in a pathetic attempt to save her nomination as ICE chiefatrix, now that she’s been caught with her pants down. But, reading this e-mail from an ICE eye-witness makes it even more outrageous:
This statement is patently false, as I am sure the DHS investigation will show:
“Most people in the room didn’t realize he was wearing make-up at all,” she said.
I work at ICE Headquarters and saw this guy walking towards our building as I walked past him on the side walk. I could tell from 50 yards away that it was a heavy bronzing make-up, much less while viewing him in a room. That Myers and her cronies found this costume “original” is disgusting. I thought, given our area in DC, that he might not make it to his destination without a beating. I couldn’t believe it when I later found it was the same guy. Not even a color-blind person would be unable to tell that he was wearing make-up. That, and a dreadlocked wig and prison stripes, were only meant to infer a black Jamaican criminal. It’s nice that they found that so humorous.
Now this guy is going to get hammered, and rightly so. But Myers and her crew found it funny. I didn’t find it funny when I saw this guy walking in the street, and I didn’t even know about the costume party or that he was walking towards ICE. It was a cruel and simple-minded caricature, and nothing about it was original.
It’s incredible that likely the MOST important national security issue facing our nation–IMMIGRATION–is entrusted to someone with such a lack of maturity, discretion, and–above all–integrity.
They lynched Clarence Thomas over a scorned woman who made up obscene Coke can jokes. Robert Bork got Borked over nothing.
And this woman may get away with this?! . . . . . .???!!!. . . . .???!!!
Since she is now an open fan of the Religion of Beheading, er . . . “Peace”, she should understand the phrase:
Heads Must Roll.
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