The New York Times had better get some more ridiculous hit pieces cooked up against House Oversight chairman Darrell Issa, because some more dead bodies have turned up in connection with the Obama Administration’s plan to push American guns into Mexico....... CBS News has been following “Operation Fast and Furious” like a hawk, and they’ve got the latest body count: Weapons linked to ATF's controversial "Fast and Furious" operation have been tied to at least eight violent crimes in Mexico including three murders, four kidnappings and an attempted homicide.....
I can hardly wait for the full list of violent crimes linked to Fast and Furious to be compiled. So… what does it take to get the ATF cracking on one of those “comprehensive independent investigations?”
Among the crimes listed by CBS are a “confrontation between the Mexican military and an armed group,” which was armed with two Fast and Furious AK-47s, and “the terrorist kidnapping, torture, and murder of Mario Gonzalez Rodriguez,” whose sister was the attorney general of Chihuahua. She maintained her brother was kidnapped by corrupt police officers and cartel thugs.
The kidnappers released a video of armed and masked goons standing around Rodriguez, which became a sensation in Mexico. It’s possible some of the guns brandished in the video might have been provided courtesy of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms. It’s hard to make out all the hardware carried by the terrorists, and there’s no way to get their serial numbers. The gang reportedly had two Fast and Furious AK-47s in its arsenal.
Rep. Issa appeared on Fox News to confirm that his investigation of Operation Fast and Furious has indeed led him to the White House, and he’s getting tired of watching the Administration throw little guys under the bus instead of answering his questions: