Thursday, May 26, 2016

The conspiracy that keeps on killing.

New documents obtained by the government watchdog Judicial Watch prove, again, that guns sold through the Obama Justice Department's Fast and Furious Operation have been used by Mexican cartels for mass murder south of the border.


Anonymous said...

Look in a box labeled "Clinton State Department"

See this as to why:

Anonymous said...

Obama's Fast and Furious guns linked to another 69 dead
Toll from failed program earlier put at 200 victims

Anonymous said...

I'm going to say up front, we've all been naive about F&F. From most recent accounts of the time leading up to the death of Brian Terry, there were allegedly "crates" of AK's intercepted moving into Mexico in addition to the amounts already uncovered.

Brian Terry was allegedly intercepting much larger quantities of guns going to Mexico than previously reported. Were the intercepted guns part of the ATF operation or a parallel operation? Directed by whom? Were there multiple independent operations underway? We know there were multiple "straw" buyers being protected by ATF. Why would it not be plausible to consider that ATF had multiple larger scale operations or that ATF was being used by the State Department as a distraction to a much larger arms smuggling operation?

There are a lot more questions to be answered here. I'm saying that the "Congressional Inquiry" was a lame dog & pony show to pacify and misdirect our attentions. I'm saying something is way out of control. We know without question or doubt we're being lied to and intentionally misled about the scope of gun running to Mexico and our governments participation and knowledge of the operations.

Remember also, arms were moving from Florida south into Mexico and South America with ATF knowledge and cooperation.

And of course, the million dollar questions ...why were the arms allowed to move south in such large quantities and who was receiving them and for what purpose?

Has anyone ever traced any of the AK's being supplied to IS?

Anonymous said...

So after jumping up and down for decades, trying to point out that guns don't cause crime, now we're saying that guns caused crime?

Good luck with that, -- Lyle