Friday, June 29, 2012

Act of War, Revisited

Representative Darrell Issa read the contents of one of the Wiretap Applications linked with Operation Fast and Furious into the Congressional Record.  In the application, it provided great detail regarding the tactics being used in Fast and Furious, including the fact that the plan, from the beginning, was to allow the guns to be used in crimes (hint: you don't typically rob a store with an AK-47) and to be traced after recovery at crime scenes.

The ATF was planning on getting people murdered.  It's there in black and white, and it is now part of the Congressional Record.

The ATF was planning on getting people murdered.

That needs to sink in.  It needs to sink in because the people who would be getting murdered would be Mexican citizens and Mexican law enforcement.

And Barack Obama invoked Executive Privilege, indicating he at least knew about, and probably approved the operation.  For good measure, let's point out that the Secretary of State probably knew about the operation as well.

Yes, you read that right:  Barack Obama and his senior administration officials colluded to engage in covert acts of war against an allied foreign power.

The ATF was planning on getting people murdered.
Watergate did not have a body count.

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