Obama/Holder Could Face Felony Charges for Fast and Furious

Doug Book,FloydReports.com

Why waste time asking “What did you know and when did you know it?” when the
Obama Regime might already face felony charges?

That’s the question Attorney David Hardy and others are asking those
investigating the role of Regime members in the deadly gun walking fiasco,Fast
and Furious.

Since whistleblowers
brought this scheme to the attention of Congress early this year,Senator Charles
Grassley and Congressman Darrell Issa have been frustrated
by Department of Justice stonewalling,subterfuge,and
misrepresentation.

As Grassley wrote to Attorney General Eric Holder in a July 18th
correspondence,“If the attorneys working on the [Justice] Department’s response
to the Committee spent less time redacting documents and more time producing
them,we would be much closer to understanding the failures in leadership
surrounding Operation Fast and Furious.”

But it is Hardy’s contention that….

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Obama Appoints Gun-Grabber Head of ATF

Obama Appoints Gun-Grabber Head of ATF

November 24th, 2010

Chris Johnson, CNSNews.com

Gun  rights advocates are unhappy with President Barack Obama’s pick   to  head the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF).

Obama  announced on Nov. 15 his intent to nominate Andrew Traver,  presently  the special agent in charge of the ATF’s Chicago office, to be  the  director of the agency.

Both the National Rifle Association (NRA)  and the Citizens Committee  for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms  (CCRKBA) criticized the president’s  selection.

According to the  NRA, “Traver has been deeply aligned with gun  control advocates  and anti-gun activities. This makes him the wrong  choice to lead an  enforcement agency that has almost exclusive oversight  and control over  the firearms industry, its retailers and consumers.”

Alan  Gottlieb, chairman of CCRKBA, told CNSNews.com that as ATF  director,  Traver would exercise vast control over all levels of the  firearm  industry.

“First of all, the big concern that we have is that the  agency that  he would be overseeing controls all the firearm  regulations against  everybody in the United States starting with the  manufacturers and the  wholesalers and the distributors down to the gun  dealers,” said  Gottlieb.

“They can deny dealers licenses, they  can decide that a person  doesn’t sell enough guns to be a dealer or  sells too many guns and  should be a dealer, all kinds of regulations on  how the stores have to  operate, what kind of security devices they  have to have, all kinds of  inspections,” said Gottlieb. “There are a  whole lot of monkey wrenches  that can be thrown into the firearm  industry very quietly behind the  scenes.”

“And there’s not a  whole lot anyone can do about it.” He said,   “because Congress has  given them the authority to basically impose  their own regulations.”

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