The American public is still being subjected to disinformation by a media that is either hopelessly incompetent, deliberately misleading, or both.
As ‘Fast And Furious’ ambush news unfolded At Justice Dept. “Top men” were being informed to get a handle on things, to find out what happened, and to make decisions on what to do.
That and the reality is, if one person — no matter his background or whether you or I like him or not — suffers injustice at the hands of vindictive state officials, we all are vulnerable.
These people think they can attack and subvert our rights at will, but when it’s their precious hindquarters on the line, the first thing they think of is protecting themselves with guns.
Does anyone believe the cartels are dependent on small retail purchases of semi-autos with added costs of paying straw purchasers along with shipping costs and smuggling risks?
Getting the word out and keeping this story alive is essential.
Cummings had a personal culpability stake in seeing any investigation into “gunwalking” stonewalled, deflected and left to die on the vine.
…the question remains why State did not pursue violations by DOJ – and who was involved in making (ordering) that outcome.
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.
“The administration wanted the American public to demand tougher gun control laws.”
U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder has once more been asked to share what he knows about gunwalking in Texas in a letter sent yesterday by Sen. John Cornyn.
Documentation supports the conclusion that an innocent man has been convicted of illegal gun dealing while those who prosecuted him engaged in it.