December 20, 2007, - 11:28 am
By Debbie Schlussel
While cowardly Senators were quick to confirm Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Chieftess Julie L. Myers a/k/a “The ICE Princess,” it appears she’s not too quick to do anything . . . even outside her office window. I received this e-mail from one of her many demoralized ICE agents:
There is a large construction site next door to the ICE headquarters building in DC. There are hundreds of employees doing construction at this site, many of whom are believed to be undocumented aliens from Central America. You can literally throw a stone and hit the site from the headquarters side of the street. Are we doing anything about it? Of course not. An illegal alien is always safest right outside the building it wood seem. It is believed there are even quite a few working inside HQ as food servers, etc.
Who knows, but it certainly wouldn’t surprise me. Most amazing as of late is that during the ICE Christmas party she said “ICE is the envy of other federal agencies.” Which ones would that be? Perhaps those obscure federal agencies in developing countries? Certainly we aren’t the envy of any agencies here in the United States. Luckily, no one showed up at the party as Santa in “Black face.” . . .
The abscence of leadership here is grotesque! Here is to another year of more of the same.
Do you really think that The ICE Princess would allow illegal aliens to work as foodservers even in her own building? Don’t rule it out. While she’d probably try to avoid that embarrassment, she was, after all, the person who gave an award to a “Blackface” costume. And, as I reported after Hurrican Katrina struck, agents told me that ICE employed illegal alien foodservers in New Orleans to feed agents who were workin in relief efforts. So, nothing is beyond the pale when a clownette is running the show.
P.T. Barnum and Ringling had nothing on this circus. Feliz Navidad!
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