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Fast and Furious

The Obama Administration allowed thousands of weapons to fall into the hands of dangerous drug cartels in Mexico. This failed sting operation caused a U.S. Border Patrol agent to be killed by one of the misplaced guns. The current Administration attempted to cover up this debacle and refused to shed light on the operation. Fast and Furious is just another example of Obama’s tendency to hide his mistakes from the American people.


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Ignoring The Warning Signs

- March 22, 2013

According To A New Department Of Homeland Security IG's Report, ATF Agents "Asked Their Border Patrol Counterparts Not To Pursue Criminal Leads" During "Fast And Furious." "Even as they lost scores of illegal firearms in their Fast and Furious operation, federal ATF agents asked their Border Patrol counterparts not to pursue criminal leads or track gun smuggling in southern Arizona so they could follow the firearms themselves, and senior Homeland Security agents 'complied and the leads were not investigated,' according to a new Department of Homeland Security inspector general's report."... Continue Reading »

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Obama Lied About “Fast And Furious”

- September 25, 2012

Obama: “Well, First Of All, I Think It’s Important For Us To Understand That The Fast And Furious Program Was A Field-Initiated Program Begun Under The Previous Administration.” UNIVISION’S JORGE RAMOS: “Mr. President, you told me during an interview that you—Eric Holder or you did not authorize the Fast and Furious operation that allowed 2,000 weapons from the United States to Mexico, and they were in drug-trafficking hands. I think that up to 100 Mexicans might have died, and also American agent, Brian Terry. There’s a report that 14 agents were responsible for the operation. But shouldn’t Attorney General Eric Holder—he should have known about that. And if he didn’t, should you fire him?” OBAMA: “Well, first of all, I think it’s important for us to understand that the Fast and Furious program was a field-initiated program begun under the previous administration.” ... Continue Reading »

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Silence At Every Turn

- September 21, 2012

Obama: “My Administration Is Committed To Creating An Unprecedented Level Of Openness In Government.”... Continue Reading »

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Fallout From “Fast And Furious” Report

- September 20, 2012

Today the Department Of Justice's Inspector General testified before the House Oversight Committee on the Department's mishandling of the botched "Fast And Furious" operation that allowed thousands of weapons to flow into Mexico and possibly resulted in the death of one U.S. Border Patrol Agent. Among the IG's findings: that DOJ officials knew about gun walking, that the White House refused to provide information, and that Attorney General Eric Holder still believes that he has nothing to do with the case.... Continue Reading »

Research

Holder Failed To Lead

- September 20, 2012

The Department Of Justice Inspector General’s Report Has Been “A Year And A Half In The Making.” “A year and a half in the making, the report examines Operation Fast and Furious, which began under the Obama administration, and the smaller Operation Wide Receiver which started under the Bush administration and was prosecuted under the Obama administration.”... Continue Reading »

Research

It Didn't Work... Eric Holder

- August 3, 2012

On May 3, 2011, Attorney General Eric Holder Testified To Congress That He Only Became Aware Of "Fast And Furious" "Over The Last Few Weeks" In Spring, 2011. "On May 3, 2011, Holder told a Judiciary Committee hearing, 'I'm not sure of the exact date, but I probably heard about Fast and Furious for the first time over the last few weeks.'"... Continue Reading »

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