ZONATION: PJTV: Wake Up Obama. Drugs Are the Problem, Not Guns

May 10, 2013

President Obama traveled to Mexico and blamed American guns for drug violence. So why won’t he blame drugs and the people who use them? Find out on this ZoNation as AlfonZo Rachel discusses drugs, immigration and the real causes of gun violence.

What gibberish sounds like ….


GUNWALKER Returns.

May 4, 2013

About Obama’s GUNWALKER scandal. You know what I mean Obama and Holder shipping guns illegally to the Mexican drug cartels to heighten alarm in the USA from this? The scheme that badly backfired on the administration when the people finally figured it out. And our Border Agent was killed in the process, but one of these guns tracked back to the DOJs gun walker program.

Well it’s back As little Barry told his Mexican buds the gun shops in Phoenix were selling the guns to the drug gangs. Just an outright lie, and he knows it. 100s of Mexican Nationals died because of this Obama program.

A journalist’s guide to ‘Project Gunwalker’

This is a link to David Codrea’s articles about “GunWalker”.

We are told that background checks are needed for all people who seek to exercise their Second Amendment recognized, enumerated, rights. We are told that our rights must be restricted for safety. We are being abused. Our rights are being abused. Why isn’t the NRA snapping? All it does is this? Maybe that is because the NRA isn’t what many think it is. But I digress.

The NRA is the people.


FAST AND FURIOUS: Under the Radar and Above the Law

October 1, 2012

This is the opening for a documentary in production on the ATF’s covert operation FAST AND FURIOUS. Filmmaker Fleming Fuller

Video: FAST AND FURIOUS: Under the Radar and Above the Law

A preview for a documentary in the making titled “Fast and Furious: Under the Radar and Above the Law,” has been released, filmmaker Fleming Fuller announced to the Second Amendment Foundation’s Gun Rights Policy Conference in Orlando, Fla., Saturday. This development marks progress toward a goalannounced almost a year ago by citizen journalist Mike Vanderboegh of Sipsey Street Irregulars. Included in the preview is a gripping reenactment of the murder of Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry.

“A documentary by Fleming Fuller on Gunwalker has begun filming interviews this week out in Arizona,” Vanderboegh wrote. “Fuller is an experienced and serious documentary maker and we have been helping him get in touch with the folks he needs to make the movie.”

By “we,” Vanderboegh included this correspondent, who told readers of the War on Guns: Notes from the Resistance blog “[we] got a chance to…participate in several foundational meetings regarding a Gunwalker documentary being undertaken by an established professional…

“More on that to come.” The post continued. “For an indication of what kind of access Fuller is capable of getting, watch all four parts of ‘First Strike.’”

As noted in an addendum to a previous Gun Rights Examiner column, “The guy has done amazing work in the past getting access to top people and places.”

Fuller has been busy over the past year, flying to Arizona from his home in North Carolina, conducting interviews with key people in the story including family members and law enforcement personnel.

Both Gun Rights Examiner and Sipsey Street Irregulars will continue to provide in-progress updates as Fuller’s project moves forward. For now, take six minutes to watch a powerful opening scene [embedded in the sidebar video player] that sets the stage for an exploration he describes as “the anatomy of a murder,” and then go one step further and share this news.


Gunwalker: UNIVISION To Do A Full Report

October 1, 2012

Once again it took a foreign news organization to report the truth on Barack Obama.

Ask yourself what our U.S.  news media thinks it’s doing, because it ain’t news. It’s odd it shows up right before the first debate. Can it be that the Mexican people didn’t appreciate the US government giving the guns to the most evil drug cartels.

A special report to be broadcast on Univision tonight will likely put the ‘Fast and Furious’ gun running scandal back on the front pages. Univision’s report will include “the holy grail” that the US Congress has been searching for.

ABC reported, via HotAir:

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Univision’s Investigative Unit (Univision Investiga) has identified massacres committed using guns from the ATF operation, including the killing of 16 young people attending a party in a residential area of Ciudad Juárez in January of 2010.

Additional guns, previously unreported by congressional investigators, found their way into the hands of drug traffickers across Latin America in countries such as, Honduras and Colombia, as well as the U.S. Commonwealth of Puerto Rico. A person familiar with the recent congressional hearings called Univision’s findings “the holy grail” that Congress had been searching for.

Here is the translated article from Univision.

Related… State Department Allegedly Sold Guns to Zetas

Thank You Univision!!

Oh, since Bush gets blamed for everything.. let it be known his program
was NOT the same as Obama’s program, and no matter how much they
deny it, both Holder & Obama knew about it from it’s conception in 09..

PLEASE NOTE THE DATES:

Obama Orders Launched Fast and Furious

How Did Obama Know About Fast
and Furious Before AG Eric Holder?

Obama Spoke About “Fast & Furious”
Before Holder Claimed He Knew

WHICH IS WORSE??
KNOWING, OR NOT KNOWING??
WHY DIDN’T THE AG KNOW ABOUT IT??

obvious answer: HE DID KNOW, and they believe we’re
too stupid to figure it out, and considering the outrage..
guess they have a point.. :-(


Issa Statement on DOJ IG’s Findings

September 19, 2012

House Oversight and Government Reform Committee Chairman Darrell Issa, issued the following statement on Department of Justice Inspector General Michael Horowitz’s findings of widespread failures by both senior DOJ and ATF leaders in both Operation Fast and Furious and the Department of Justice’s false denials of reckless conduct to Congress.  Issa and Senate Judiciary Committee Ranking Member Chuck Grassley (R-IA) have led the Congressional investigation into Operation Fast and Furious following Justice Department denials of reckless conduct that were later retracted.  Guns from the reckless program contributed to the deaths of U.S. Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry and an unknown number of Mexican citizens.  It also created an ongoing public safety hazard on both sides of the border.

“The Inspector General’s report confirms findings by Congress’ investigation of a near total disregard for public safety in Operation Fast and Furious.  Contrary to the denials of the Attorney General and his political defenders in Congress, the investigation found that information in wiretap applications approved by senior Justice Department officials in Washington did contain red flags showing reckless tactics and faults Attorney General Eric Holder’s inner circle for their conduct.  

“Former Deputy Attorney General Gary Grindler, Assistant Attorney General Lanny Breuer who heads the Criminal Division, Deputy Assistant Attorney General Jason Weinstein, Arizona U.S. Attorney Dennis Burke, and Holder’s own Deputy Chief of Staff Monty Wilkinson are all singled out for criticism in the report.  It’s time for President Obama to step in and provide accountability for officials at both the Department of Justice and ATF who failed to do their jobs.  Attorney General Holder has clearly known about these unacceptable failures yet has failed to take appropriate action for over a year and a half.”

The Inspector General has indicated he will continue his investigation of matters related to Operation Fast and Furious, including retaliation against whistleblowers and an effort to have the Justice Department unseal wiretap applications sealed by courts that were approved by senior officials.  The Congressional investigation will also continue to seek documents wrongfully withheld from Congress.

Inspector General Horowitz will testify on the findings of his investigation before the Oversight Committee tomorrow at 9:30 AM in 2157 Rayburn House Office building.  The webcast of the hearing can be found here once the hearing begins.

The IG report’s conclusions fully support and expand the earlier findings by Congressional investigators of failures throughout the Department of Justice and ATF:

July 31, 2012 – Fast and Furious: The Anatomy of a Failed Operation, Part I of III
June 22, 2012 – Resolution Recommending the US House of Representatives Find AG Holder in Contempt of Congress
May 3, 2012 – MEMO: Oversight Committee Update on Fast & Furious

Gunwalker: Major report released on Fast and Furious, DOJ official resigns

September 19, 2012

Foxnews reports:

A bombshell report released Wednesday on Operation Fast and Furious faulted a range of federal agencies for the failed anti-gunrunning program and accused officials in charge of a “disregard” for public safety. In the wake of the report, one Justice Department official resigned.

The sprawling report by the department’s inspector general is the most comprehensive account yet on the deadly operation which allowed weapons to “walk” across the U.S.-Mexico border and resulted in hundreds of firearms turning up at crime scenes in both countries.

The report says Attorney General Eric Holder was not made aware of potential flaws in the program until February of last year. But the report cites 14 other department employees — including Criminal Division head Lanny Breuer — for potential wrongdoing, recommending the department consider disciplinary action against them.

It also marked Jason Weinstein, the deputy assistant attorney general for the Criminal Division, as the highest-ranking DOJ employee in a position to stop the program. Weinstein, who disputes the findings, is nevertheless resigning in the wake of the report. 

Do these criminals think we are as stupid as the idiots that elected their boss? IIRC, Holder was telling congress back in March he didn’t know anything about it. Stalling, stone-walling, obfuscating and lying. Jail for the scapegoat and when he howls enough give him a chance to drop a dime on Holder. I hope we get the full congress and executive November. The entire DOJ needs to be investigated and cleaned the heck out.

This is going to be hard to square with the need to envoke Executive Privelege on ALL documents.

500 pages in a report after tens of thousands of documents and we still don’t know who signed off on the operation? Bull. Who sogned off things like this do not get initiated by some underling….

No single person, responsible for the involvement of “range of federal agencies” could be determined?

The nearly 500-page report was completed after investigators reviewed 100,000 documents and interviewed 130 people.

The report slams both ATF Phoenix and the U.S. Attorney’s Office for not taking action. The program caught the attention of Congress and the rest of the country after weapons from Fast and Furious were found at the crime scene of murdered Border Patrol agent Brian Terry.

“Indeed, no one responsible for the case at either ATF Phoenix Field Division or the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Arizona raised a serious question or concern about the government not taking earlier measures to disrupt a trafficking operation that continued to purchase firearms with impunity for many months,” the report said. “Similarly, we did not find persuasive evidence that any supervisor in Phoenix, at either the U.S. Attorney’s Office or ATF, raised serious questions or concerns about the risk to public safety posed by the continuing firearms purchases or by the delay in arresting individuals who were engaging in the trafficking. 

“This failure reflected a significant lack of oversight and urgency by both ATF and the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Phoenix, and a disregard by both for the safety of individuals in the United States and Mexico,” the report said.


Mexican Weapons Cache Uncovered May Be Linked To Fast & Furious

September 10, 2012

Mexican police officers discovered a large weapons cache that may be linked to the U.S. gun-walking snafu, Operation Fast and Furious, an American drug enforcement official working as an “advisor” in northern Mexico said on Friday.

The anonymous source told the Law Enforcement Examiner that the weapons apparently belong to drug traffickers who stored them at a private residence in northern Mexico.

The weapons discovery was a result of a Mexican schoolboy who brought a loaded handgun to class. His classmates observed the gun in the 9-year-old’s schoolbag and reported it to their teacher, who in turn reported it to the Hermosillo city police.

According to the law enforcement source, the semiautomatic firearm was fully loaded. It was immediately confiscated and then a police SWAT team raided the boy’s house where they found a cache of weapons and thousands of rounds of ammunition, according to the source.

Mexican police commanders told the federal police (Federales) they had found two powerful rifles (AR15s) — one at the dining table and one in a bedroom — and also 13,000 rounds of ammunition, pistols, assault rifles, bulletproof vests and two money-counting machines.

The weapons were allegedly unused and appeared brand new. The packaging indicated the weapons originated in the United States, but so far no one has confirmed or denied the weapons were part of the controversial ATF gun-smuggling scheme that led to the death of Mexican citizens and a U.S. Border Patrol agent, Brian Terry.

A disturbing find was a case of high-caliber cartridges that are capable of penetrating standard-issue police and military body armor.

The police searchteam also discovered Mexican military uniforms, police-grade portable radios, and two armor-plated SUVs.

“I hope that the [Federal Bureau of Investigation’s] director William Mueller will conduct a thorough investigation into these weapons without being hampered by his boss, Attorney General [Eric] Holder. This weapons discovery occurred through sheer luck. How many more weapons caches are there in Mexico thanks to the Fast and Furious debacle?” asked former police firearms instructor Leo DeVencia.

In a blistering statement in September 2011, Mexican Attorney General Marisela Morales Ibanez accused President Barack Obama of actually knowing about the Fast and Furious operation and being deceptive over the facts behind the weapons being used to kill hundreds of Mexican citizens.


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