November 20, 2009, - 3:12 pm

Eric Holder & the Muslim Extremists in Detroit

By Debbie Schlussel

As I told  you more than a week ago, Barack Obama’s Attorney General Eric Holder was scheduled to speak, last night, to the usual suspects in the Detroit-area Islamic community, including CAIR and my “buddy,” “former” Islamic terrorist, marriage and immigration fraud perpetrator, and FBI award revokee, Imad Hamad.  I’m THE authority on Hamad, stopped that FBI award, and I’ve monitored and written a ton about him over more than a decade of following him (and being endlessly stalked by him).  As I predicted, Holder pandered to the crowd and spoke Hamad’s “language.”


Obama AG Eric Holder Hangs With/Panders To Islamic Terrorist Imad Hamad

(Hamadafat by Six Meat Buffet/Preston Taylor Holmes)

But as I’ve also noted, this isn’t anything new.  For the past week, the CIA has been in town (Dearbornistan, to be exact), heavily recruiting Arab Muslims and other Muslims, claiming they need these people as Arabic linguists and “to understand the culture.”  But the CIA continues to forsake the Christian Arab community and reject them as linguists and cultural advisors and consultants.  It’s disgusting.  But not anything I didn’t tell you about when CIA Director Leon Panetta was in town pandering to Hamad, Hezbollah agent Osama Siblani, and a host of other extremist cretins who openly praise mass murdering terrorists.

And, as I’ve noted over the years, this ain’t an Obama thing.  This uber-pandering and brown-nosing of the most extreme Muslims in Detroit was begun by George W. Bush, when he was campaigning for President and sought (and got) the Muslim endorsement and after 9/11 and for his entire Presidency, when he sought to pander even more.  It was in 2003 that I stopped the FBI from giving Hamad a national award at the J. Edgar Hoover Building, a move that brought me a lot of attacks from all over the place.  But I didn’t care.  It was the right thing.  Truth won out.  But some people don’t really care so much about the truth.

And, in that vein, it’s interesting–not to mention extremely petty and typical of her extreme egomania–that Michelle Malkin, who noted this, cites Daniel Pipes on Hamad.  She knows I’m THE authority on Hamad.  Like I said and as she well knows, my 2003 New York Post columns exposed Hamad and stopped the FBI award.

And Pipes only knows about Hamad from me.  Everything he cites about Hamad on his blog is basically ripped off from my site and my research, his usual M.O. of recent years.  This site is the number one result on google for Imad Hamad.  But Malkin is so spiteful, vindictive, and again, petty, she went out of her way to cite Pipes instead.  She’s aware of my work on Hamad because, in her less megalomaniacal days, she congratulated me for stopping the award to Hamad and cited my New York Post column about then-ICE (Immigration and Customs Enforcement) chieftess Julie Myers’ confab with Hamad.  Yup, she’s bothered by me.  HA!  Some of us are experts who care about getting things done.  Others are dilettantes who don’t know what they’re talking about, but love to whine and deny others credit for their expertise, years of research, and hard work.

You can’t get in the way of the Fraudkin, or her pettiness (and petty theft, as both Geller and I can tell you) will be visited upon you in spades, especially if you get under her skin.  Yup, I get to her.  And it’s funny, the insecurity.  I guess she didn’t like my asking her why she continues to help and raise money for a woman and her organization which praised and condoned Muslim death, rape, and torture threats against me and my family. And I’m sure she didn’t like, a couple of weeks ago, when I asked her why she promoted a viciously anti-Semitic article on her site  (more on that later).  I’m not the first to whom she’s done this. 

When she shamelessly ripped off Pamela Geller’s scoop about Rachael Ray, Dunkin’ Donuts, and the keffiyeh, she finally gave Pamela a tiny credit on her site.  But then, she removed it out of spite.  She loves to get credit for her work, but when it comes to other people, well, it depends how well  you pander to  her.

And then, there’s the anti-Ann Coulter petition Malkin circulated at CPAC, trying to get conservatives to denounce her use of the f-word (rhymes with “maggot”).  She also cornered Sean Vannity for her now-defunct Hot Air videos, putting him on the spot, trying to get him to denounce Coulter, but he wouldn’t bite after Malkin’s repeated whining that her kids heard the word (it’s CPAC!  don’t bring your toddler brats).  Remember that the next time you read her “work.”  Underneath it all, it’s basically score-settling, and you’re not getting the full or accurate picture (she denounced Bill O’Reilly for having Al Sharpton on his show because she had a falling out with Bill O, but won’t mention that her buddy Sean Vannity has Sharpton on more than any show on television).

Some of us get things done–I stopped Hamad’s FBI award and the FBI thanked me (among other things this site and its readers have achieved).  Others just whine, obfuscate, engage in hypocrisy, and settle scores.  Then, they pretend like they did something.  But they never really achieve anything of note . . .  except fame and fortune.  Hey, isn’t that what Paris Hilton and Heidi and Spencer are seeking, too?

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9 Responses

Holder is not only a political whore, he has awaited this opportunity for years. He is basically anti-American.

pat on November 21, 2009 at 1:28 am

I can respect Debbies work and opinions of her fellow conservatives.
I used to get irritated by her criticisms of them but then I thought of the many other people I work with that are worthy of calling out. It’s more personal when you look next door and see a crack house. It pisses you off especially when they seem to hinder efforts to help your cause. I’ve been frustrated by coworkers that seem to get recognized for every little thing they do and others around them do while more deserving people are ignored. USAF, DOC, every organization has it’s pathetic excuses for staff that look out only for them selves. My work ethic has dropped off a bit because of it and who really wins then? The other side. Debbie is a hard working crusader who still thrives off of the end result even if sometimes she’s cheated out of full credit.

Holder is a bad guy and thats why B.O. likes him. Who else expresses pride of being part of the law firm that represents 17 terrorists? No other way to look at him.

Joe on November 21, 2009 at 10:07 am

nikki wrote “Shouldn’t we conservatives stick together, hold hands and sing Kumbaya” nikki, that does not sound too conservative to me. Singing Kumbaya is for liberals, RINOs and other U.S. born commie traitors to the U.S. (BHO) and is not for conservatives who do not share the “Big Tent” agenda. We do not need a big tent to be all inclusive but a smaller, more exclusive club where liberals and other brain damaged people are weeded out. Unfortunately, too many Republicans fit into this catagory.

Jarhead on November 21, 2009 at 10:51 am

In the past, people have sent things like the fake fingernails to Washington. Can we start sending connect the dots puzzle books? I mean, maybe someone will get the hint. Right? Ah well, maybe I’ll start farting rainbows instead.

This blog represents a sorely needed scorecard for me and many others. I cannot keep up with all the different twists and turns in Washington and in other places like Dearbornistan. I am so incredibly grateful to Debbie for taking the time to do this. Do I agree with everything here? No, of course not. But, I know when somebody has more knowledge than me about the 800 lb camel in the tent.

No Kumbaya here, friend. I even get a bit intimidated with the depth of the subject matter. But, you better believe I pay attention. This little infidel isn’t getting caught off guard.

cirrus1701 on November 21, 2009 at 10:52 am

Debbie thank you again for opening our eyes about certain people – i think you should create a definitive list of frauds on the right – or at least for me, as i often cite things that seem good, but who knows if the source is original or fraudulent? Keep up the work and Shavua Tov.

Oh, and to docgary above? I don’t think Debbie dissed Pamela at all (at least here) – re-read it. As someone who has dealt with similar issues, I feel Debbie’s pain. It might not make sense to readers who aren’t contributing to the cause like Debbie and others who are actively trying to do something, but I support Debbie doing whatever Debbie wants on her blog. If she wants to vent about an injustice she experienced, she has every right to do so. If you don’t want to read it, don’t!

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David on November 21, 2009 at 4:22 pm

I’ve been a long time reader and fan of Debbie’s blog. And I’m extremely proud of what she does, as well as expose the truth. Many people might not like or agree with her. But, then the truth sometimes. I don’t always agree with Debbie. But, for the most part. Her articles and other media outlet shows are forthright and simply the truth. I suppose some people can’t handle the truth and the raw facts when presented to them.

We are in some very difficult times from several different fronts. And Debbie brings these problems to the forefront. I believe she is the one who’s “Fair and Balance,” much more so than Fox News Corp. Debbies propensity to bring the real issues/problems America faces, is nothing short of the truth with an honest prespective from herself. It’s refreshing to have someone like Debbie reporting the the serious issues that need to be contended with and confronted.

Debbie receives a lot of backlashing because people in her field are simply jealous. Therefore, those people having nothing better to say, so they put Debbie down or don’t give her the proper credit she deserves when she breaks a story first. Journalism is a naste business in the first place. One must be a fox and A-Type of personality to succeed. Debbie is far from being a patsy when it comes to her journalistic intgrity. Which many of her peers are the exact opposite and more concerned about ratings or being popular. So, Debbie, I give you credit for doing what you have done and will continue to do. Thank you for providing us with honest and sincere journalism.

Tenn Scholar on November 21, 2009 at 6:14 pm

What can be done about the political jihad that is being waged against our country? Most people dont understand.

Robin Riley on April 14, 2010 at 10:46 am

Jon Stewart:

Lee in IL on September 9, 2010 at 2:11 pm

One absolutely epic piece of folly someone told me about was that the US Army sacked some Farsi and Arabic translators for being homosexual. That is, it sacked them for almost the one thing that could make them unlikely to be traitors.

Laura Latini on September 14, 2012 at 3:22 pm

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