Jill Kelley´s seemingly endless charms got her into the White House three times this fall. Kelley had met a "mid-level White House staffer" while the staffer was visiting the MacDill Air Force Base in Tampa, and this staffer took her on a tour of the White House and ate breakfast with her twice in the staff dining hall. Her charms are nonpartisan -- despite attending Republican fundraisers and the Republican National Convention, she emailed the Democratic mayor of Tampa to say, "I was at the WH with my friends in the Administration this weekend – the stress was surreal!
Only the partying Hollywood on the Potomac would take these people seriously.
The crazies are running the country and they have the nerve to make fun of fly-over country. Disgusting. Even more disgusting, the press loves this kind of trash, no matter that it is happening at the highest level of givernment.
The ´press corpse´ always finds another shiny ball to bounce when Democrats need/want one. Remember Valerie Plame? Remember Clinton´s missile attack on the empty aspirin factory the night before the Lewinsky hearings? Remember Cindy Sheehan? Remember OWS - - on second thought forget OWS - - that shiny ball didn´t really bounce.
I know Jill thinks she´s the cat´s pajams AND queen of the may, but she is of the more unimpressive women I´ve seen in a very long time. If the entire situation were not so serious, her lifestyle and MO would be laughable. I wonder how much attention her children receive from her. Does she really have the time?
I so disgusted by women who claim to be such fabulous mothers.... As they leave the care of their childre to nannies... She is "working" by choice, not need. So working moms dont jump on me..
The real hero moms are working around their kids schedules so they can be physically present for life of kids... School, after school conversations, sports, music, or whatever. These are educated moms that have put raising their children as top priority.
Hiding behind the mantra , as Jill Kelly, " i am a good mom": woman of low morals, infiltrating military bases, gaining access to White House.. seems she is too busy and not at home for the children. Blech so tired of fauxmamas
#5 There it is! The connection I have been looking for. I just knew there was more to the Bimbos than just parties. And those stupid generals fell for it. Wouldn´t you love to have been at the officers´ wives´ coffees over the last month or so? I´ll bet those women who work their little butts off for no pay whatsoever...not even a reimbursement...are steamed.
We have yet to hear from Paula Broadwell just what salacious facts caused her to start warning Jill Kelley in e-mails "to stay away from her guy" and how Broadwell learned about Kelley´s existence in the first place, as far as is known Broadwell has never lived at Tampa.
If there had been no Jill Kelley, the Petraeus-Broadwell story would never have unravelled, he would never have retired from the CIA, and we´d never have had his testimony on Benghazi as a free agent.
Jill Kelley is not my type but I cannot find a reason to tear her apart. Right now she seems to have been the person who blew this story open and the result was Petraeus´s resignation and then his testimony.
Kelley, who is part of the soap opera that the Petraeus scandal spawned, was in charge of hosting parties and social events to push the Islamic agenda of Middle Eastern countries. She was seen by Muslim Mid-East nations, especially Hezbollah-controlled Lebanon, as the “go to” woman to push their agenda on top American generals. She was a lobbyist for their cause and, yet, wasn’t required to register as a lobbyist, like all others who host lavish parties for top American officials, like she did, in an attempt to influence U.S. policy in the Middle East.
I’ve long written about the infiltration of Central Command at MacDill Air Base in Tampa by Islamic terrorists. Islamic Jihad founder and convicted Islamic terrorist, Sami Al-Arian, was an instructor on the Middle East to our top generals at MacDill Air Force Base AT THE VERY SAME TIME that he was planning mergers and terrorist attacks in Israel with “the brothers of HAMAS” and while he was bringing Muslim illegal alien Islamic terrorists to the U.S. Al-Arian’s friend and co-conspirator, Ramadan Abdullah Shallah (one of those Al-Arian brought here), who became the Secretary-General of the worldwide Islamic Jihad terrorist group, was also a lecturer at MacDill and also taught our top generals his poisonous views on the Middle East and Israel. FBI and INS agents who investigated Shallah and Al-Arian were alarmed at the influence these two top Islamic terrorists had over CentCom. They were also alarmed to find many books on the inner workings of MacDill in Shallah’s house when they raided it.
Drip, drip,drip. Many other pieces not being covered by media.
I´ll bet there are at least a half dozen of this type of floozie/power couple at every military base in the US. Groupies or hangers on, as audacious as this women seems, she is a piker compare to the real !@#$@#! in DC.
I have learned so many things due to the past two election cycles! Oh how naive´ I have been. I never knew that in the late 1950s people were hand picked by liberal "charities" out of Africa to attend college in the U.S. I never knew that people almost exclusively got into Harvard politically, rather than academically. I never knew that preachers stood in the pulpit and damned this country and every person of lesser color. I never knew that the top military brass were so classless and behave like contestants on a dating reality show.
This article taught me something else new. We the taxpayers paid for the fancy parties at the Kelley house. When you give rich people a tax donation for giving to a "cancer charity" that does nothing but host parties, that means we paid for their parties. The government probably doesn´t care about this or many of the other liberal "charities" that suck funds from the treasury as they lobby to increase our taxes.
BTW, both of these strumpets are married....what kind of husbands do they have? Pamela Digby etc. Harriman was a class act compared to these streetwalkers! Read in a British article that Kelley is totally under water financially, everything is borrowed.....and the other one, the so called ´writer´ needed a ghostwriter to put her book together.......and our Generals fall for this crud??? Why didn´t they just visit a brothel??
This story gets weirder by the minute. I didn´t know generals and high mucky-mucks were so desperate that they´d not only give cheap-looking bimbos whose only talent is social climbing unfettered access to military bases, but access to military secrets as well.
The military has warned soldiers, sailors and marines for more than a hundred years to stay away from hos due to VD risks, but it seems that they need to include top brass in their warnings and describe the other risks such involvement presents as well.
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