May 16, 2013, - 5:00 pm
EXCLUSIVE: Homeland Security Agent on BRAVO Reality Show: “Look @ My Fruity Gay Marriage,” Whines About “Sex Drive Gap” – Violates DHS Policy
DebbieSchlussel.com has learned that Department of Homeland Security (DHS) policy (and that of each of its sub-agencies) prohibits its federal agents from identifying themselves as DHS employees on television reality shows. Apparently, Jeff Pedersen didn’t get the memo. Or, more likely, an exception was made by the gay cabal that “runs” much of Homeland Security under lesbian Janet Napolitano’s, um, “leadership,” because Pedersen is putting his gay marriage in your face, and that’s part of “The Lesbionic Woman’s” agenda. (As I’ve noted on this site, there is a “gay mafia” at the higher echelons of DHS and its largest agency, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), and they get special treatment ad absurdum while fostering a hostile work environment for straight agents, per Napolitano Rules.) Pedersen of the Los Angeles area identifies himself on the vapid new BRAVO show, “Newlyweds: The First Year,” as a “federal agent” and a “federal investigator” for Homeland Security.
Straight agents would be subject to termination or, at the very least, significant disciplinary penalties for identifying themselves as DHS employees on a reality show. And it’s embarrassing that agents of any persuasion would appear on any reality show putting their private “marital” relationships on display. It makes Homeland Security more of a laughing stock than it already is. I mean, do we really need Homeland Security agents whining on national TV about the gap in their sex drive with their much younger partners? (See quote from Jeff Pedersen’s bio, posted above.) And, then, there is the question of how much of “Newlyweds” is shot while “Agent” Jeff Pedersen is supposed to be on duty, paid courtesy of you, the American taxpayer? Pedersen is shown on the show with his “husband” Blair Late, a “former European pop star” (whatever that means–reminds me of Matt Dillon’s character in the movie, “Singles,” claiming, “We were big in Japan!”).
So, for which agency does Jeff Pedersen work? Officials from Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), Customs and Border Protection (CBP), and the Transportation Security Administration (TSA)–Homeland Security’s three biggest sub-agencies–have all denied having any agent by that name working for them, in response to inquiries from DebbieSchlussel.com. Each told me that Pedersen probably worked for one of the other two. However, after my inquiries, all references to Pedersen working for Homeland Security suddenly “disappeared” from BRAVO’s website page on Jeff Pedersen. Too late, though, because plenty of press puff pieces on the show already note he’s a DHS agent and so does the show. Check out this from the Wall Street Journal:
The Los Angeles couple, Blair and Jeff—a former pop star and a Homeland Security investigator—are separated by 16 years and a temperamental abyss. The 90-minute opener is a four-pronged prelude to “I do,” which in the gay Blair and Jeff’s case means a California-approved civil union. . . . Cast with people with little connection to “normal” life who will recite what’s expected of them because they want to be on TV. There is always the promise that something excitingly candid is about to occur, but it almost never does.
Sounds like like a real winner of a show. And if I were the new generation of Al-Qaeda, I’d add the above footage of Homeland Security agent Jeff Pedersen to my recruitment video. It’s embarrassing . . . even if his “husband” were a real chick instead of assuming the role.
Representatives from BRAVO declined to respond after several inquiries (and then quickly complied with someone at Homeland Security’s demand that they scrub their website of all mention of their agency).
If you know Jeff Pedersen and know for which Homeland Security agency he works, please e-mail me with details. Is he even still working there?
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