Thursday, September 26, 2013

WaPo write up on the latest ATF scandal -- So where's your promised oversight hearing, Darrell Issa?

"The news that the agency somehow lost $127 million worth of cigarettes alone is unfathomable," said Rep. Darrell Issa, R-Calif., chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee. "Today's disappointing report reiterates what we already know — that ATF management continues to struggle with its day-to-day operations."
Empty words without an ATF oversight hearing -- something that he promised the F&F whistleblowers years ago.


idahobob said...

Unfortunately, the oversight hearings are nothing but Kabuki theater.

Nothing will ever come from them, because they are all for show to keep some of the masses happy.

Sad but true.


Anonymous said...

Obviously the missing cigarettes were sold, and the proceeds went into the 'employee morale fund.'

AG42b said...

It is unfortunate. A rat's expense account for over $4 million would make for fascinating reading.