Cummings had a personal culpability stake in seeing any investigation into “gunwalking” stonewalled, deflected and left to die on the vine.
This was exactly the rhetoric when Operation Fast and Furious “gunwalking” got its start…
Why do identical findings of “did not establish” and “found no evidence” result in a furious demand for heads in one case and triumphant cries of vindication in the other?
So it’s not surprising that there were other ATF careerists who viewed him as a self-serving opportunist (at best).
Tellingly, the same “progressive” subversives complaining about how easy it is to send guns south across the border then turn around and demand the borders be open.
…the question remains why State did not pursue violations by DOJ – and who was involved in making (ordering) that outcome.
When did the State Department find out about Fast and Furious, and what was the Department’s role?
Does anyone really believe trying to drag NRA into the “collusion” conspiracy theory is simply a coincidence?
What don’t they want to share, aside from everything? Scroll through the document and see for yourself how a clear and specific request has been dismissed.
Sadly, Bill of Rights Day is also the anniversary of the day Border Patrol agent Brian Terry died, killed by Mexican cartel criminals on U.S. soil.
“Under the Radar – Above the Law” promises to bring new “gunwalker” matters to light, including previously unreported information about FBI activities under Mueller’s leadership.
Hardy accepted my invitation for an exclusive Q&A that will give readers further insights into how and why such travesties occur.
“Time after time, government employees kill Americans by negligence, stupidity, or agency corruption, and time after time they escape all legal accountability.”
“The administration wanted the American public to demand tougher gun control laws.”
The administration is still covering up for Hillary Clinton’s crimes and scapegoating others, and using the Department of Justice to help.
Kent Terry wants to know what State knew about “walking” guns to Mexico and when they knew it.
Mike Vanderboegh talked about his health, his blog and the principles of the “Three Percent” movement in an exclusive interview.
From December 2012 to March 2016, 94 Fast and Furious weapons were seized; Fast and Furious weapon found in “Chapo” Guzman hideout
Will Trump publicly pledge to end all White House-controlled Fast and Furious stonewalling and to open up all relevant records?
The objective is to delay exposure of the truth until that exposure has no political or personal impact on the various players involved…
After five years, the Obama Administration finally released court ordered documents that reveal their corruption in the gunrunning operation called Fast and Furious.
Judicial Watch is pleased to announce that we scored a victory in the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit regarding a Fast & Furious documents.
Bury’s ruling is not likely to lessen skepticism on the part of those who believe the system is rigged, and that for reasons yet unknown, wagons for both parties have been circled.
I have to couch my comments in terms of “possibly,” and “believed,” because questions about this scandal and the people involved have never been answered…
Weapons used in Fast and Furious have been implicated in the murder of Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry and hundreds of innocent Mexicans and will continue to be used to kill US and Mexican citizens…