We learned yesterday that Tampa tramp, Jill Khawam Kelley, who has a Middle Eastern background, was being used as a go-between by central command officers and Middle Eastern leaders, even while she maintained an inappropriate relationship with top US commanders and tried to extract an 80 million dollar payout.
Now comes word that Jill Khawam Kelley tried to use her connections or supposed connections pressure a radio host into not burning a Koran.
In March, Jill Kelley said U.S. Gen. John Allen needed her help. In emails obtained by the Tampa Bay Times, she claimed Allen, commander of the U.S. war effort in Afghanistan, called and emailed her seeking assistance in tamping down a threat by disc jockey Bubba the Love Sponge Clem to “deep fat fry” a Koran.
In emails to Tampa Mayor Bob Buckhorn, Kelley said Allen was worried the radio stunt could put troops in harm’s way. She said then-CIA director David Petraeus and Vice Admiral Robert S. Harward also contacted her about lending a hand.
“I have Petraeus & Allen both emailing me to get this dealt with,” she wrote Buckhorn March 7. She follows up with another: “Gen. Allen will be calling me from Afghanistan at 1pm on this- and our next step.”
The Mayor replies: “If it involves the radio station, we are working on it.”
She asks him if she should get a lawyer involved: “I’m considering having my 1st Amendment filing suit against Bubba and the Producers,” she wrote.
Kelley’s name dropping continues through many of the emails she sent to Buckhorn. She mentions Gen. James Mattis, the King of Jordan and a group of international “VIPs.”
We’re getting a small snapshot here of what really happens behind the scenes that usually doesn’t make its way into the newspapers. And how the First Amendment is under siege by Islamists and their collaborators.