Monday, September 26, 2011

The ATF is a blackmarket arms dealer

Apparently the Obama administration wasn't just allowing drug cartels to purchase guns in "Operation Fast and Furious" we were using taxpayer money to buy guns to sell illegally. Because you know in the Obama economy even the drug cartels need government money to buy weapons.

So just to be clear: The United States government borrowed money in our children's and grandchildren's names to buy firearms which were then illegally sold to a hyper-violent drug cartel.

This was not a "buy-bust" or a sting operation, where police sell to a buyer and then arrest them immediately afterward. In this case, agents were "ordered" to let the sale go through and follow the weapons to a stash house....
....According to a story posted Sunday on a website dedicated to covering Fast and Furious, Voth gave Dodson the assignment to "dirty him up," since Dodson had become the most vocal critic of the operation. 
"I think Dodson demanded the letter from Voth to cover both himself and the FFL (Federal Firearm Licensee). He didn't want to be hung out to dry by Voth," a source told the website "Sipsey Street Irregulars." 
Subsequent to this undercover operation, sources told Sipsey, "Dodson just about came apart all over them (his supervisors). In a 'screaming match' that was heard throughout the Phoenix office by many employees, Dodson yelled at Voth and Assistant Special Agent in Charge George Gillett, 'Why not just go direct and empty out the (ATF) arms room?" (to the cartels), or words to that effect.' 

Words fail me.


  1. Agreed, words fail me too. Other than, the administration is comprised of buttholes.

  2. So...what actions can we expect to be taken in order to rectify this?

    Increased scrutiny of the alphabet soup?

    Jail time?

    An apology and restitution to those killed by this utter cluster f*ck?


  3. There's talk of disbanding the ATF to put an end to this story.

    They're heading toward perjury charges against the Attorney General.