Smoking Gun?

ATF Acting Director Melson testified to Congress on July 4th.

He may have reveled evidence of the political motivation behind operation Fast and Furious.

In a letter to AG Holder:

The evidence we have gathered raises the disturbing possibility that the Justice Department not only allowed criminals to smuggle weapons but that taxpayer dollars from other agencies may have financed those engaging in such activities.

The cartels have plenty of money to buy all the guns they want. They get them from the Mexican government or the Chinese or any other arms dealing nation. They don’t have to come to the US and buy retail. More and more this is looking like a political operation, Obama’s Reichstag fire to give political cover for new gun control laws.

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7 Responses to Smoking Gun?

  1. Kristopher says:

    The Chinese will sell anything to anyone.

    Want a container full of 106mm Recoiless Rifles? Pay them less than $1000 each in bulk. They will post a guard on the container for you until it is on a ship bound for wherever.

    In fact, containers full of Norinco glock knock-offs have been smuggled into Australian ports …

  2. Bubblehead Les says:

    So Melson says he was pressured and bypassed by his superiors in the DOJ, eh? Using Watergate as an example, it looks like we have gone past the guys who did the break in and have gone up to John Mitchell’s DOJ level. Next stop will be the White House Staffers who directed Holder, then comes the “Unindicted Co-Conspirator – in- Chief.”

    Stay tuned.

  3. Kristopher says:

    We will see if someone below Obama is will to demonstate his loyalty by falling on his sword.

  4. alan says:

    Liberals aren’t really known for falling on swords for the good of the party.

  5. Jay G. says:

    No, but they’re damned good about throwing people under the bus.

    Or to the wolves.

    This is gonna get inneresting indeed…

  6. Crotalus says:

    This was never about the drug cartels: it was always about ammo, as it were, for assailing the Second Amendment. It’s a sop to the Brady Bunch.

  7. Ian Argent says:

    So, who’s up for a fast game of “prisoner’s dilemma?”

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