Friday, August 10, 2012

Napolitano and her "Gal Pals" Humiliate Male Co-Workers

Rich Minea has a local Miami show and recently a man who remained anonymous recounted his adventures flying Hillary Clinton on Air Force Two. He spoke authoritatively with an airline pilot's distinctive sense of calm and intonation. When she was on "show-the-flag" domestic flights to make a speech, Hillary brought along her own coterie of "gal pals," he said, and without descending into maudlin detail, he left the very strong impression that their fun and games in the presidential backup jet were of a loud and sexual nature, at least according to what he could hear from the cockpit. When he had to go back into the passenger area, he saw multiple signs that hanky-panky was the order of the day with the Secretary of State's domestic political flights. No word whether Weiner wife Huma Abedin was one of Hillary's playgirls.

The loathsome pile of flesh that is the Secretary of Homeland Security has her own clique of bureaucratic mafiosa pals.
A veteran US law-enforcement official has filed a blockbuster discrimination lawsuit against Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano, charging she pushed him aside to make way for a less-qualified woman who’s “enjoyed a long-standing relationship” with the anti-terror chief.
That woman, Dora Schriro, was later appointed by Mayor Bloomberg as commissioner of the city Department of Correction, a post she still holds.
The court papers also allege that Suzanne Barr, Napolitano’s chief of staff at Immigration and Customs Enforcement, has engaged in “numerous” acts of “sexually offensive behavior” intended to “humiliate and intimidate male employees.
Barr’s alleged acts include calling one man “in his hotel room and screaming at him that she wanted his ‘c--k in the back of [her] throat.’ ”
The suit was filed by James T. Hayes Jr., special agent in charge of New York City investigations for Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
Hayes, who began his career with the feds as a border patrol agent in 1995, formerly served as director of ICE Detention and Removal Operations in Washington, DC, where he oversaw about 8,500 workers and a $2.5 billion budget.
But Hayes says he was demoted following President Obama’s election and the appointment of Napolitano, a former Arizona governor, to head the Department of Homeland Security.
In court papers filed in Washington federal court, Hayes says Schriro — who previously served as director of the Arizona Department of Corrections under Napolitano — was named a “special adviser” to Napolitano on detention and removal operations in February 2009 and began to replace him at DHS and ICE meetings.
“Schriro was not as qualified for the position plaintiff had because of lack of federal law-enforcement experience,” Hayes’ suit says.

Although he may be simply angry about his demotion, the coterie of cunts had their own gruesome sense of "humor," Hayes attests.
Hayes’ suit says that when it became clear he was going to be removed from his post, he “felt that he was being targeted because of his gender.”
He charges that in April and May 2009, ICE chief of staff Barr “removed the entire contents of the offices of three male employees, including nameplates, computers and telephones, to the men’s bathroom at ICE headquarters.”
“Barr also created a frat-house type atmosphere that is targeted to humiliate and intimidate male employees,” court papers say.

Although the article has a photo of Shriro, sadly, no photos of Barr are available.
I found Suzanne's mug.

Here's more repulsive news about the revolting dyke and her Lesbian pals.

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