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December 4th, 2011

Oh, So DOJ DID Lie About Fast & Furious — Plus A New DEA Criminal Program

On Friday the Department of Justice indulged a favorite Washington practice, one meant to hide the truth from the American people even while submitting the same info to public scrutiny. It is called the Friday evening document dump and this one tends to show that the DOJ did lie about what it knew of Fast and Furious. And in a second story we find that the Drug Enforcement Agency (SEA) appears to have helped Mexican narco-terrorists launder their money in another failed “tracking” program.

The Friday evening document dump is a favorite practice because the government knows that when it dumps piles of documents into public view on Friday evening the media will pretty much ignore it as reporters have gone home for the evening and weekend editors and lite human interest stories are geared up for weekend publishing (and viewing on TV). The Old Media establishment usually just goes home on Friday at 5PM and serious stories are not often worked on over the weekend. So, the government can comply with its charge toward transparency but has the luxury of knowing that it can dump a bunch of sensitive, maybe even damaging documents into public view after 5PM on Friday and by the time Monday rolls around the Old Media will have moved on paying Friday’s documents little mind.
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November 30th, 2011

So Much for ‘Transparency’: Obama Seals Records of Border Patrol Agent’s Murder

It has been almost a year since U.S. Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry was murdered in part by criminals using guns — as many as three of them — obtained through Obama’s arming of Mexican narco-terrorists with Operation Fast and Furious. Now, all of a sudden, Obama’s DOJ has sealed records about that investigation, cutting them off from the prying eyes of those looking to investigate to learn the truth about Obama’s failed gunrunning program.

One might recall that Barack “Hope-N-Change” Obama ran for office claiming that he’d run the “most transparent administration” ever. Once safely in office Obama has done little to bring either hope or transparency to Washington D.C. Obviously his penchant for secrecy is now being extended to records concerning to Fast and Furious.
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November 29th, 2011

Attny Gen Holder Tells New Media Outlet to Stop Covering Fast and Furious

(Plus a note to liberal commenters here at Right Pundits at the end of this post)

Beleaguered Attorney General Eric Holder whined to New Media website Daily Caller telling them to stop covering the unfolding story of Operation Fast and Furious, the disastrous Obama administration gun control program that has killed hundreds of Mexicans and several Americans.

After Holder’s latest appearance at the White House on Tuesday, one of the DC’s reporters went up to AG Holder and shook his hand while introducing himself. He asked Holder for a comment about the 52 members of Congress that demanded his resignation over F&F.
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November 25th, 2011

Three More GOP Hopefuls Calling for Holder’s Resignation Over Fast and Furious

Last week I noted that not too many of the candidates for the GOP nomination for President had said much about Obama’s murderous Operation Fast and Furious. But since then we’ve gotten two more than Just Bachmann to call for Holder’s resignation.

As I mentioned a few days ago, Michelle Bachmann became the first GOP hopeful to call for Holder’s resignation over the disastrous gunrunning program that armed Mexican narco-terrorists, arms used to kill over 200 Mexican citizens.

On the 19th, Bachmann told the Daily Caller, “Attorney General Holder should resign because of the mismanagement of ‘Fast and Furious.’ As the nation’s top law enforcement officer, he bears the responsibility for the actions of his department.”

Since then, Lefty Republican Jon Huntsman called for Holder to resign, as well.
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November 20th, 2011

Michele Bachmann Becomes 1st GOP Hopeful to Demand Eric Holder’s Resignation

On Friday Michele Bachmann (R, Minn) became the first GOP presidential candidate to demand U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder’s resignation for his part in the Obama administration’s disastrous policy to arm Mexican narco-terrorists called Operation Fast and Furious.

Bachmann becomes the 52nd member of Congress t call for Holder’s resignation. As she told TheDC, “Attorney General Holder should resign because of the mismanagement of ‘Fast and Furious.’ As the nation’s top law enforcement officer, he bears the responsibility for the actions of his department.”
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November 18th, 2011

Mexican Officials Want Obama’s Gunwalkers

Mexico’s Attorney General, Marisela Morales, wants Obama to extradite six people suspected of providing guns to the drug gangsters that are terrorizing her country.

Morales says that three people in Texas are being held for the crimes and another three in California. She also noted that Mexico is holding two U.S. citizens on similar charges.

Morales did not specifically mention Operation Fast and Furious or Operation Gunwalker, but it is obvious that this is what she was talking about.
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November 16th, 2011

Another DOJer Claims Not To Read Internal F&F Memos

Well, the chief lie employed by Obama’s Department of Justice to avoid responsibility for Fast and Furious seems to be set in stone. Claim you never knew about F & F because you “never read the internal memos” about Obama’s disastrous government gun running program.

The newest Obama official with his “pants on fire” is Eric Holder’s former chief of staff, Kevin Ohlson who faces a Senate confirmation hearing this week. Ohlson was asked by Senator John McCain (R, AZ) what he learned of F&F during his stint at DOJ.
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November 11th, 2011

Holder Claims to Have Finally Apologized to Family of Slain Agent, Family Denies

U.S. Border Agent Brian Terry was murdered on December 14, 2010 near Rio Rico, Arizona. His murderer(s) used firearms sold to them by the U.S. Government itself from its Operation Fast and Furious. Finally, in November of 2011, U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder is offering apologies for Agent Terry’s death.

Or did he?
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