Eric Holder Says A Federal Gun Registry Would Have Prevented Fast & Furious

Eric Holder Says A Federal Gun Registry Would Have Prevented Fast & Furious
I’m shaking with outrage… watch the video below

National Association for Gun Rights
National Association for Gun Rights

Colorado ––( Just when I thought confidence in government couldn’t get any lower, Barack Obama’s anti-gun Attorney General Eric Holder opened his mouth on Capitol Hill.

Testifying under oath before the U.S. Senate, Eric Holder came up with every excuse he could think of to defend the indefensible — the ATF’s gun-smuggling operation, “Fast & Furious.”

Holder placed the blame for his gun-smuggling operation on the lack of new gun control laws — specifically, a national gun registry.

And when asked to apologize to the family of murdered American Bolder Patrol Agent Brian Terry, Eric Holder refused to do so, and then stated that “I have not apologized to them.”

Holder pulled out every trick in the book in order to pass the buck for his ATF’s disastrous actions.

I’m shaking with outrage. You should be, too.

Eric Holder must go once and for all …

… but it won’t happen unless you make your voice heard on Capitol Hill — IMMEDIATELY!

So, please flood Capitol Hill with tens of thousands of petitions from enraged gun rights activists demanding that Eric Holder be fired:

You see, Barack Obama’s administration is filled with anti-gun zealots like Eric Holder working day and night to find a way — any way — to restrict our Second Amendment rights.

And with the 2012 elections right around the corner, the pressure is on in Washington to pass some form of gun control.

So when I heard Eric Holder testify before Congress today that “we have a responsibility to act” and pass gun control, I pressed the big red alert button in my office and ordered my staff to call all hands on deck.

I’ve asked my staff here at NAGR to use every resource we have available to mobilize as many gun activists as we can contact and urge them to put pressure on Capitol Hill to Fire Eric Holder.

I know how these anti-gunners operate, and Eric Holder isn’t any different.

In order to deflect from the ATF’s disastrous “Fast & Furious” operation, Holder testified that any criticism of himself or his agency was “cynical” and “overheated.”

Senator Mike Lee of Utah, a friend of the National Association for Gun Rights, asked Mr. Holder if he had made any mistakes in connection with “Fast & Furious.”

Mr. Holder brazenly said, “I think I acted in a responsible way.”

Holder even went so far as to say that “I did not know about Fast and Furious until it became public.”

It’s quite clear that Barack Obama and Eric Holder are in this for the long haul.

You and I only have one choice — double down. Crank up the pressure on Congress to Fire Eric Holder. “Fast & Furious” was a tool used by Barack Obama’s ATF to push gun control on the American people. Gun rights activists like you and me must never rest in our battle to fight gun-grabbers like Eric Holder.

One month from yesterday, December 8, Eric Holder testifies before a House committee. I’ll be sure to keep you updated with any new developments.

Please let members of Congress know that gun owners like you are demanding that Eric Holder be fired.

For Freedom,
Dudley Brown
Executive Director

P.S. Barack Obama’s anti-gun Attorney General Eric Holder testified before the U.S. Senate today and did everything he could to pass blame for the ATF’s disastrous gun-smuggling operation, “Fast & Furious.”

On December 8, Holder will testify before a House committee on “Fast & Furious”

The National Association for Gun Rights is a nonprofit, nonpartisan, single-purpose citizens’ organization dedicated to preserving and protecting the Constitutionally protected right-to-keep-and-bear-arms through an aggressive program designed to mobilize public opposition to anti-gun legislation. The National Association for Gun Rights’ mailing address is P.O 7002, Fredericksburg, VA 22404. They can be contacted toll-free at 1-877-405-4570. Its web address is

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I don't think they will ever actually arrest someone like they should.Probably end up promoting the s.o.b.'s

rex parker

why isn't the people who are responsible for fast and furious been arrested. isn't it against the law for smuggling guns into Mexico. instead of talking about it in commitees in washington why isn't there a prosecuter handing out arrest warrents and going to court.