June 26, 2008, - 1:07 pm

Sandra Bullock v. Immigration Enforcement: Actress Poses w/ICE While Making Pro-Visa Fraud Movie

By Debbie Schlussel
Sandra Bullock is currently in New York, filming “The Proposal,” about a Canadian who forces her American assistant (Ryan Reynolds) to marry her in a sham marriage to keep her visa and avoid deportation. Then–as all immigration defrauders always do–they fall in love. Didn’t we already see this same tired BS story in “Green Card” (starring admitted serial rapist Gerard Depardieu)? Aren’t you getting tired of Hollywood glorifying immigration fraud?
Of course, we know that most of the people engaged in marriage fraud don’t look like or have the agenda of Bullock in the movie. They look like Nada Nadim Prouty and Samar Spinelli and some of the terrorists who committed the 1993 World Trade Center bombing. And many have evil intent, like spying for Hezbollah or murdering Americans. But why be accurate, when you can be PC?
Ironically, though, while shooting the movie, Bullock posed with an ICE officer and his Homeland Security dog. Based on other photos I’ve seen, it appears he and K-9 may be in a scene in the movie. I’d bet this was orchestrated by ICE’s numbskull-populated public relations team. No worries that her movie glamorizes violating immigration laws when the ICE PR unit can show off this lovely photo of Sandra Bullock. Check it out, we got touched by Hollywood! Maybe Julie L. Myers a/k/a “The ICE Princess” can get her autograph. Hey, under her, her agents are rarely investigating marriage fraud, anyway.


Sandra Bullock ICEs Immigration Enforcement

Of course,this officer is from the Federal Protective Service division of ICE, which has been severely chopped up by Myers. Your federal buildings are less safe because she laid off many of the FPS personnel who protect them. No worries, though. While ICE’s funds are thin and FPS’ resources far thinner, and while many federal buildings haven’t had a security assessment in years, Julie Myers improperly ordered FPS analysts to conduct a security assessment of her private residence, to the tune of $3,500 of your taxes.

9 Responses

This is one reason I stopped going to the movies. This is an obnoxious theme. I rember similar themes humanizing terrorists, welfare cheaters, environmental wackos, feminazis, etc., etc. They are humanized, and fall in love with some other attractive person. I guess if enforcement agencies invite terrorists to promote and sponsor their programs Sandra Bullock isn’t so bad. She may be nuts, but at least as far as I know, she isn’t a terrorist.

c f on June 26, 2008 at 2:46 pm

Save that photograph for the achieves. Put it right next to the ICE Air Marshalls & ICE Air & Marine Operations photos. By this time next year, FPS will also be out of the picture too. ICE is destined to become the “largest collection of overpaid jailers in the federal government”. (the BOP for foreign nationals). You’re doin’ a heck of a job Julie!

ParaLyzer on June 26, 2008 at 9:07 pm

Julie Myers is hot…

tita2juju on June 26, 2008 at 9:20 pm

Ryan Reynolds?!? More than enough reason to skip any movie. He’s one of my “automatic skips” when he’s in a movie, along with such as Sean Penn, Susan Sarandon, etc.
How does he keep getting hired in movies? Every single movie he’s been in has bombed.

Jeff_W on June 26, 2008 at 9:24 pm

“While ICE’s funds are thin and FPS’ resources far thinner, and while many federal buildings haven’t had a security assessment in years, Julie Myers improperly ordered FPS analysts to conduct a security assessment of her private residence, to the tune of $3,500 of your taxes.”
That’s the key point here – Julie Myers thinks she is the most important person at ICE; even above the regulations and ethics of the position.
Thieves like her are no better than cult leaders. I’m willing to wager good money that she hardly ever leaves her office floor, only speaks to subordinates after they do the equivilant of bowing down to her greatness, and she fires anyone quickly. I guess she rewards loyalty above character and results, right? I’m also willing to wager 3 dozen jelly doughnuts that she blames others for all the problems at the office and in her personal life. She’s the classic social retard.
It’s no wonder ICE can’t get the job done. And to deal with the whole thing, does she fess up to her mistakes and make changes accordingly – like a normal, mentally stable person? NO! Once again, Hollywood tries to justify a spoiled, anti-social, ineffective neurotic’s poor abilities and decisions in a movie. A movie that’s only purpose is to alter perception – probably without entertainment attached. And yet, we’re expected to pay $9.50 for a ticket.
On another note: Sandra Bullock acts and looks too much like my sister-in-law for my comfort.

bhparkman on June 27, 2008 at 3:26 am

I’m refusing to see these types of movies, just based on principle. I won’t give them one buck. Thanks for the heads up.

diaphanous on June 27, 2008 at 5:03 am

Yep, Myers and her cronies can do whatever and get away with whatever they want without impunity while poor, hardworking personnel get the OIG Gestapo down their backs for frivolous, unfounded crap at the hands of bitter, bloodsucking turds.
What an outfit!!!

1shot1kill on June 27, 2008 at 10:41 am

This is why we haven’t been to a movie in years. Not worth the time or money. Sad that Sandy Bullock is involved in this one. I’ve liked her since “Speed”. Oh well…another shattered image. Might have to go see WALL-E.

Floyd R. Turbo on June 27, 2008 at 2:01 pm

Unfortunate that Sandra Bullock is involved in this garbage. I’ve liked her ever since she literally stole the movie “Demolition Man” (not an easy thing to do with Stallone and Snipes chewing up the scenery, big time). Sandy: think before you act (as it were).

theendisnear on June 30, 2008 at 12:23 am

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