The Good, the Bad and the Ugly of Immigration Reform, 2005-2007.


The Good:

The Whistleblowers who risked careers, livelihoods, health and, in some cases, their lives to expose the corruption and criminal activities of a small group of Bureaucrats, and their accomplices in the private sector, who have profited and prospered from trashing our immigration system.


The Bad:

The Bureaucrats and their accomplices mentioned above.


The Ugly:

The politicians and their staffs, the media, advocacy groups and private interests who placed their own self-interests and well-being above America’s self-interests and well-being.

Meet Michael Maxwell the whistleblower who blew the whistle on himself and got away with it. Is this when he “accidentally” exposed a classified program (@3:15)? A man of many hats and talents, testifying does not appear to be one of his talents.  One would think a former police chief would know how to testify without staring down at his notes, using his finger to read along.

*Note Karl Rove citation at end of testimony.

Mike Maxwell, tried to be all things to all people, but ultimately left his people, his fellow whistleblowers exposed, targeted, and retaliated against. Which raised the question among those left unprotected and exposed : Was Maxwell a Whistleblower in the first place?

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One Response to The Good, the Bad and the Ugly of Immigration Reform, 2005-2007.

  1. Pingback: DHS Has Long History of Smearing Whistleblowers | Escape From Kappert Isle

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