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AG Holder-Fast And Furious Guns Will Keep Being Used In Crimes

Attorney Gen. Eric Holder Testifies On Justice Dept. Oversight
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Attorney General Eric Holder, appearing before the Congressional Panel investigating the Fast And Furious Gun program, had this nugget of knowledge.

He told the committee it is likely many of the guns “lost” in the botched drug and gun surveillance program will continue to show up at crime scenes on both sides of the US-Mexican border for years to come.   Thank you, captain obvious.  Holder continued to insist that inappropriate activities with the program were not learned about in the Justice Department until they were made public.   Even if this is true, and Holder and company did not know anything (which is not likely) it still makes them look pretty stupid.  How do you NOT know that the ATF is deliberately allowing more than 2000 weapons to be illegally sold to drug cartels?  His testimony continues.  For more hilarity from Eric Holder click here.

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