November 27, 2007, - 3:18 pm

ICE Princess Faked Press Conference: Immigration Chief Knowingly Called on ICE Spokeswoman w/Planted Question

By Debbie Schlussel
There are lies, damn lies, and Julie L. Myers press conferences.
Remember Immigration and Customs Enforcement chieftess a/k/a “The ICE Princess'” first press conference, last year? I wrote about it, noting that she couldn’t even pronounce the name of one of the most problematic Mexican border towns, Nuevo Laredo. It’s not rocket science.
Well, it turns out that not only couldn’t she pronounce the easily verbalized name of a city, she couldn’t even answer a real question. That’s why she faked the press conference, planting softball questions with an ICE spokeswoman, whom she deliberately and knowingly called on.

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Julie Myers:

ICE Princess Holds Fake Press Conference, Acts Like Jester

Like everyone else who does the bidding of Massa’ Julie, the ICE spokeswoman took the fall for her and was admonished. (Attention: Gregory Thompson and Sjon Shavers, two Black ICE agents who are now vouching for Ms. “Blackface“.)
Predictably, the emasculated Julie Myers apologists who head DHS are licking The ICE Princess’ feet and falling all over themselves to defend her, claiming she had “no intent to deceive.” Riiight, and illegal aliens using fake docs have no intent to deceive, either.
Read all the details about the planted question and yet another bit of ICE’s Veruca Salt doing “whatever it takes” to get what she wants, no matter how dishonest and deceitful.
Uncle Richie, I want a golden ticket, and I want it NOW!

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5 Responses

Once again, the hedonistic headmistress forces one of the peasants to aid in her debauchery, only to have that person take the incoming when the plan goes south.
“…that’s how they pass the day away in the merry old land of Oz.”

1shot1kill on November 28, 2007 at 12:59 pm

Before I forget, who sprang for the Diet Coke during this fiasco?

1shot1kill on November 28, 2007 at 1:04 pm

Kind of like when she first took office and those to low on the pole were told not to say anything to her in the hallways.

kcrat on November 28, 2007 at 5:04 pm

No money for even a carwash, much less oil changes, non-emergency car repairs, training, and paid moves. Worksite Enforcement Unit not being allowed to go after employers on criminal charges. Experienced Customs and INS vets retiring first chance when they reach their 20/50 mark. A 30-something Assistant Secretary running ICE who had no prior LEO or Immigration or Customs experience. 30-somethings running things in the major SAC offices, even though there were much more experienced (although, omigawd, over 50 years old) applicants. An internal affairs group that is completely emasculated now that all the experienced IA folks left for CBP’s IA section. Gang sweeps that are a joke, that target people only because their rap sheets indicate they may be foreign born and no INS file numbers can be found. Acting Group Supervisors, acting ASACS, all throughout the country, but only in 120 days increments because we don’t have the money to make them perm GS or ASAC.But at least the SAC managers are getting new SUVS every couple of years.

sanantonioins on November 28, 2007 at 11:07 pm

Doesn’t sound much different than a press conference held by The Hildabeast. Or a CNN debate. More plants than the local gardening show.

pdigaudio on November 29, 2007 at 2:36 pm

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