One of the nation’s oldest conservatives group is offering whistleblowers a $100,000 reward for information from the White House and Justice Department on the “Fast & Furious” administration gun-running bungle.
The Conservative Caucus told Secrets that it believes that the scandal which led to the death of a U.S. Border Control agent is a potential Watergate.
Their reward poster reads: “If you have verifiable evidence that President Obama or one of his aides knew about Operation Fast & Furious while it was underway, Call 1-888-692-7374 toll free. This is your opportunity to save yourself before Operation Fast & Furious comes crashing down like Watergate. Don’t go to jail. Turn states evidence now just like John Dean did. The truth will come out. Will you be caught in the web of Operation Fast & Furious, or will you avoid jail time?” . . . Read Complete Report
Breaking News: Fast and Furious, Holder Adds Money Laundering to Gun Smuggling
by AWR Hawkins
Operation Fast and Furious has marred Eric Holder’s stint as Attorney General. Between the selling of upwards of 2,500 weapons to straw purchasers (who were knowingly to pass the guns to criminals), the failure to trace those guns, the gun-walking, the death of Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry with at least two of those guns, and the myriad cover-ups associated with the whole operation, Holder’s name is mud (or worse) among law abiding citizens. And the frequently made defense that this operation was meant to draw members of the Mexican cartel out into the light for capture is as tired as it is false. . . Complete article
Same Government – Different Drug Lords
Looks like the link between the Controllers drug operations and their “guns for drugs” plan continues to flood the U.S. with drugs. Reminds me of the days of Bush, the CIA, Clinton, the Arkansas Mafia and Mena Arkansas. “Operation Dummy Down.” through the inportation of drugs is alive and as well just as it was in the ’70s. . . the thought for today is: Ya think it was ever shut down . . .EDITOR
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