Obama Continues Lying About Scheme to Murder Mexicans/Bill of Rights

Forget his ears, Barry should have a nose so long that he would have trouble getting through open doors.

“I think it’s important for us to understand that the Fast and Furious program was a field-initiated program begun under the previous administration,” the president said. “When Eric Holder found out about it, he discontinued it. We assigned a inspector general to do a thorough report that was just issued, confirming that in fact Eric Holder did not know about this, that he took prompt action and the people who did initiate this were held accountable.”

There’s probably some part of this that’s true. Not any of the actual words, but maybe one of the commas might not be completely false.

1. Fast and Furious did not begin under Bush

2. Holder did not discontinue it when he found out about it because he was the one who implemented it

3. Holder did not discontinue it until he had reached the point where he could no longer keep lying about its existence

4. The people responsible, except for two scapegoats, were not held responsible. And being held responsible for causing thousands of deaths, including some American deaths, should involve more than a resignation.

5. The inspector said that he couldn’t do his job because of a White House cover up

The recently released DOJ Inspector General’s report added to Obama’s fairy tale explanation by admitting the White House made it impossible to follow up on leads regarding White House security staffer Kevin O’Reilly, allegedly a key player in Fast and Furious.

So where’s the media’s Fast and Furious Fact Check?

  • Anonymous

    What doesn't Obama lie about? He's also releasing 55 Gitmo terrorists, 34 of whom are deemed "high risk." And that terrorist Omar Khadr is now back in Canada. Given our lunatic Leftist courts and judges, he'll be out on the streets within weeks ( and his lawyers will be suing so as to make yet another Islamist a multi-millionaire).

  • july

    `I learned after going through a couple of murder trials to keep notes on info presented as facts and if it's internet info cut and paste to notepad any facts.I started collecting F&F info when the questions started.

    In the Bush operation known as Wide Receiver which began in early 2006, several hundred guns were allowed to “walk” across the border. But using “controlled delivery,” as well as miniature GPS devices within the guns, agents tracked the weapons. The Mexican government was kept informed of the program, and Mexican police there took over the surveillance once the guns crossed the border.officials aborted the operation in late 2007 When agents “lost” guns through malfunctioning GPS devices and tampering .

  • july

    Jan. 2009,Eight days before Obama’s inauguration,Obama met with Mexican President Felipe Calderon at the Mexican Cultural Institute in Washington, D.C. At that meeting, Obama “pledged” to take action to stop the flow of guns from the United States to Mexico.

    Feb. 25, 2009, Napolitano;“I’ve met with the attorney general of Mexico and the ambassador already,” “One of the things that I particularly am focused on is southbound traffic in guns, particularly assault weapons, and cash that are being used to funnel and fund these very, very violent cartels.”
    Burke moves from the Obama transition team to become Napolitano’s senior adviser.

    March 2009, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton announced to reporters on a trip to Mexico: “Since we know that the vast majority, 90% of that weaponry (used by Mexican drug cartels), comes from our country, we are going to try to stop it from getting there in the first place.”
    “The guns sold in the United States, which are illegal in Mexico, get smuggled and shipped across our border and arm these terrible drug-dealing criminals so that they can outgun these poor police officers along the border and elsewhere in Mexico”

  • july

    April 16, 2009 — four months before Fast and Furious began President Barack Obama While visiting Mexico said, “This war is being waged with guns purchased not here but in the United States … more than 90% of the guns recovered in Mexico come from the United States, many from gun shops that lay in our shared border.”

    Congress gave the ATF $21 million in 2009, including $10 million in stimulus funds, and a year later the ATF was given $37 million more to expand Project Gunrunner.

    November 2009 , The ATF Phoenix Field Division applied to Justice Department headquarters to become an “Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Force” (OCDETF) case. In preparing their application the ATF in Phoenix wrote a memo explaining the investigative technique of Fast and Furious.
    The application for Fast and Furious was approved in January 2010.

  • july

    January 2010, Agents with the Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Force, a multi-agency network run by the Justice Department and investigators from Homeland Security, the Internal Revenue Service, and the Drug Enforcement Administration join the investigation .

    July 2010,Burke joined Holder’s advisory committee with a responsibility to report to Deputy Attorney General David Ogden on border and immigration enforcement, Ogden’s office made a significant change in the federal government’s strategy for dealing with gun-trafficking on the Mexican border.
    “This new strategy directed federal law enforcement to shift its focus away from seizing firearms from criminals as soon as possible, and to focus instead on identifying members of trafficking networks,” Burke told the Arizona Capitol Times that he had “been working on homeland security and border enforcement issues” during the transition, and that there had “clearly been direction provided already by President Obama and Attorney General Holder as to what they want to be doing.”

  • july

    October 2010. Documents surface showing that Holder received briefings on Fast and Furious July 2010.

    Nov. 24, 2010, Burke had an email exchange with U.S. Attorney Jenny A. Durkan for the Western District of Washington about an investigation he was working on that involved "straw purchasing of assault weapons."

    Dec. 14, Burke sent an email replying to an e-mail from Monty Wilkinson, Attorney General Holder's deputy chief of staff. In this email, Burke said his office had a large firearms trafficking case that he wanted to discuss.

    December 14. U.S. Border Patrol agent Brian Terry is killed in a firefight while on patrol. The ATF would determine that two of the guns involved in the shooting came from Fast and Furious.

    Dec. 15, 2010 ,Burke alerted Wilkinson in am e-mail that Agent Terry had been murdered. Wilkinson responded, “Tragic, I’ve alerted the Attorney General, the Acting DAG, Lisa, etc.”

  • july

    On 21 September, 2010, A. Brian Albritton, United States Attorney for the Middle District of Florida issued a press release on Operation Castaway:
    United States Attorney A. Brian Albritton, Virginia O’Brien, Special Agent in Charge of central and northern Florida Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) operations, and Susan McCormick, Special Agent in Charge, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), Homeland Security Investigations, Tampa Field Office announce the initial results of Operation Castaway, an intensive and wideranging Organized Crime and Drug Enforcement Task Force (OCDETF) firearms trafficking investigation conducted by ATF, ICE, the Orange County Sheriff’s Office, the Osceola County Sheriff’s Office, the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office, and the Miami-Dade Police Department. ATF describes Operation Castaway as the most significant firearms trafficking investigation in Central Florida history.

    Tampa Field Division, ran a gun-running investigation that was walking guns to Honduras using the techniques and tactics identical to Fast and Furious.

  • july

    The “Project Gunrunner” case is now pointing towards possible ATF sales of weapons bound for Honduras, including a reported 1,000 guns to members of the ruthless MS-13 gang. The program may be a spinoff or in some way related to “Operation Castaway,“ and in reports it sounds remarkably similar to ”Operation Fast and Furious.”

    Armas Cruzadas 2009
    ICE formally launched Operation Armas Cruzadas to combat transnational criminal networks smuggling weapons into Mexico from the United States. A DHS memorandum reveals that ICE ran Operation Armas Cruzadas with the full knowledge of Arturo Chávez Chávez,Mexican Attorney General in an effort to prosecute cartels in Mexico using U.S. intelligence and agents.



    ATF Houston,TX Division initiative called “Gunrunner.” This operation resulted in the arrest of 20 people funneling guns to drug cartels.

  • july

    GANGWALKER_2009 Indiana – Chicago ,IL
    The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives has acknowledged dealer’s cooperation in conducting straw purchases .

    March 10, 2011, attorney Brent R. Weil of Kightlinger and Gray, LLP,representing gun store owners, informed Charles J. Houser, Chief, National Tracing Center Division: Specifically, my client participated with and cooperated in certain law enforcement operations during 2009/2010 at the behest of ATFE enforcement officers from the Evansville, Indiana office (Agent Kevin Whittaker) and in the course of doing so, followed their instructions regarding the completion of certain transactions and the delivery of firearms to purchasers who did not clear the standard NICS [National Instant Check System] background check and were suspected of being involved in the purchase and transportation of handguns out of state despite passing NICS’s background checks._The letter informed the dealer that he was required to provide acquisition and disposition information on firearms obtained from non-licensees, as well as to provide quarterly reports, based on ATF’s assessment that the dealer “had an unusually high number of traces of new crime guns with a relatively short ‘time-to-crime”