Congress and the Department of Justice appear to be headed for a showdown this week over documents detailing Operation Fast and Furious, the botched gunrunning sting set up by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives that funneled more than 1,700 smuggled weapons from Arizona to Mexico.
The Justice Department has until Wednesday to deliver to congressional investigators a stack of records and emails naming the individuals responsible for the gun trafficking operation that may have killed dozens, if not hundreds of Mexicans, and is becoming a growing embarrassment for the Obama administration.
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Monday, March 28, 2011
FOX: "The Obama Administration is Under Mounting Pressure for its Botched Gun Trafficking Investigation."
William La Jeunesse reports:
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I highly doubt those documents will be delivered on time.
Some 'random' act of 'terrorism' will occur to help divert attention away from 'Gunrunner.'
It's pure speculation on my part and pray that I'm wrong.
Props to Fox for pinning Obama's name on it.
I wonder what will happen when--or IF--FOX actually realizes that the gunwalking was NOT a "botched sting" but a deliberate attempt to influence the creation of anti gun rights legislation in the US!!!
Ditto that otterhauser.... There was no River of Iron so enable or create one to justify expansion of ATF and more laws to restrict gunowners.
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