November 8, 2012, - 3:31 pm
Obama Trying to Quickly Settle Top NY Homeland Security Cop’s Lawsuit to Spare Napolitano Embarassment
The biggest winner, other than Obama and the Democrats, in Tuesday’s elections was James T. Hayes, the top Homeland Security official in New York. He could stand to make several hundred thousand dollars from the federal government, as the Obama administration seeks to protect Janet Napolitano from more embarrassment over sexual discrimination and harassment allegations against her and her minions.
NY ICE Special Agent in Charge Jim Hayes (top left) Sued Homeland Security Chief Napolitano Over Sexual Harassment by Suzanne Barr (bottom left) and Anti-Straight Discrimination in Favor of J-No Girlfriend Dora Schriro (bottom right)
In a story I broke on this site that went viral and got major news coverage all over the world, Hayes, Special Agent in Charge of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) for New York City, filed a civil rights lawsuit against Homeland Security chief Napolitano a/k/a “The Lesbionic Woman,” affirming something I’ve written about on this site for years–harassment by Napolitano’s hand-picked ICE then-Chief-of-Staff Suzanne Barr and discrimination by Napolitano in favor of gay employees, including her unqualified lesbian galpal, Dora Schriro. The Obama Justice Department is looking to quickly settle that lawsuit to spare Napolitano, Schriro, Barr, and other Homeland Security officials from having to answer embarrassing questions in depositions.
Now that Eric Holder has announced he may resign as Attorney General, Obama is considering Napolitano for the spot. But it would be very embarrassing for her to undergo confirmation hearings with the lawsuit over her head and so many questions about the “Magic Mike” and “Harem of Rosie O’Donnell” atmospheres at ICE.
It’s probably no accident that the suit was filed just months before the election. Had Mitt Romney won, though, the suit wouldn’t have juice anymore, because Napolitano would be on her way out. Now, though, it’s on steroids, especially with discussions of Napolitano as the next Attorney General (a huge joke on America, in and of itself), and the Obama administration needs to make the suit go away.
Various filings in federal court gave the parties time to settle the suit before the election, but that time was extended until after the election, probably because the Justice Department was awaiting the election outcome. Now, Obama and Napolitano will have to quickly settle this. And settle this they will, because if they don’t, it will be a disaster for Obama and for Napolitano in any other position she seeks in the Obama administration. You heard it here first.
But that doesn’t mean that Republican Senators, who should bring this up during any confirmation hearings, can’t subpoena witnesses and ask questions about the atmosphere at ICE, in which officials and agents are promoted and/or get special treatment if they are gay, and in which then-Chief-of-Staff Suzy “Stripper Pole” Barr propositioned dozens of male ICE agents, and some of them gave in, in exchange for job advancement.
And it doesn’t mean that House Homeland Security Committee members can’t haul Napolitano’s ass before their committee to answer some very serious questions about what went on with her knowing approval and, in many cases, active participation.
Look for this case to be settled very quickly and swept under the rug, now that Barack Hussein Obama is perpetuated on America for another four years.
Artwork by David Lunde/Lundesigns
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