Vox Connects the Dots

Another example of why I read Vox Day’s blog:

Mr. McGreevey was introduced to Mr. Cipel at a reception during a trip to Israel in 2000 when he was running for governor. The married American politician and the young Israeli poet were introduced at a wine-and-cheese reception and hit it off immediately.

Soon, Mr. McGreevey paved the way for Mr. Cipel to come to the United States. … Working first in a $30,000-a-year public relations job arranged by Mr. Kushner, Mr. Cipel was named to head the state Office of Homeland Security in February 2002.

Mr. McGreevey said he did not think a background check was necessary for Mr. Cipel, who also had worked as a public relations officer in the Israeli Consulate in New York and achieved the rank of lieutenant in the Israeli Navy.

Emphasis mine. Worked in a consulate, just happened to hit it off with a secretly homosexual politician…. I wouldn’t be surprised if we eventually learn that Cipel is an Israeli spy.

McGreevey says he wants to stick around until November. What are the odds of that now?

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