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 Cinnamon    24,906

“Fast and Furious” is back in the news. The reason? In January, Judge Amy Berman, an Obama appointee, ordered the Department of Justice to produce documents relating to the “gun walking” scandal that Congress had been seeking for four years. DOJ finally produced them, some 20,000 pages worth, this month.

For anyone who, thanks to the Obama administration’s years of stonewalling, has forgotten about Fast and Furious, here’s the short version. In 2010, a U.S. Customs and Border Patrol Agent was killed while on patrol near the Mexican border. The only two firearms found at the scene were semi-automatic rifles the Obama-Holder Justice Department allowed to “walk” as part of Fast and Furious, a firearms trafficking operation. That operation allowed approximately 2,000 firearms to flow illegally into the hands of Mexican cartel associates.

When the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform tried to investigate the scandal, Team Obama stonewalled. First, it denied that law enforcement officers allowed straw purchasers to buy firearms illegally in the United States with the intent to traffic them without apprehension. Almost a year later, it finally admitted that this is precisely what had happened.

Second, when the Committee subpoenaed relevant documents, Eric Holder’s DOJ refused to produce them, citing “executive privilege.” The House voted to hold Holder in contempt and filed suit to obtain the documents. Three and half years later, Judge Jackson ordered production of the 20,000 pages mentioned above.

Having reviewed these documents, Jason Chaffetz, chairman of the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, has released a memo summarizing what they show. Chaffetz states:

More than previously understood, the documents show the lengths to which senior Department officials went to keep information from Congress. Further, the documents reveal how senior Justice Department officials—including Attorney General Eric Holder—intensely followed and managed an effort to carefully limit and obstruct the information produced to Congress.



And here's the Flash Memorandum in PDF

F L A S H M E M O R A N D U M April 14, 2016 To: Republican Members Committee on Oversight and Government Reform From: Chairman Jason Chaffetz Re: Preliminary Update—The Fast and Furious Papers


Eric Holder is an arrogant piece of crap and I remember watching his testimony in Congress, if you could call it that. It was more like an arrogant person who thought he was above being questioned about anything he did or may have done.  Fast and furious is making some people furious. I'm so tired of watching these criminals simply walk away from murder and conspiracy, and what I see in this instance as racketeering.  The only diff between these people and the Mafia, is the Mafia has more class, dress better and have better moral character.  

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When you come to the reality of the mentality of these people,  you can have a little more piece of mind.  They are all PSYCHOTICS, SOCIOPATHIC  MADMEN AND WOMEN!!! Completely crazed with lust for power, control, BLOOD!!  There is absolutely nothing we can do to change it, it must ride out to the sad bitter end,  when the people finally blow there gaskets on every issue imaginable.  A massive upheaval and showdown is coming the likes of which this planet will never see again,  if,  we,  and it,  survive. Tick, Tick, Tick, the clock is running!! 

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