If you believe the BATFE merely “allowed” criminals to buy the guns, you have to believe that there were regular, on-going attempts, by Mexican gangsters, to make huge purchases at U.S. gun stores, that these huge purchases were being regularly denied, and that the Mexican gangsters simply kept trying, failing, trying, failing, and then one day, all of a sudden, the gigantic sales start being approved, one and another and another, simply because our local dufi started pushing the green button instead of the red button. And nothing else.
Sorry; I can’t believe it. I say those purchases were engineered. Someone had to be in contact with known criminals, asking them, or ordering them, to come here and make those purchases and take delivery down south. Can we please stop using “allowed” or “let” when talking about this? It defies logic.
It certainly does. The Gunwalker scandal grows, and grows, and grows.
The adamant refusal of the press to examine it, to take it seriously, is a scandal in and of itself, quite possibly the more damaging one. It is clear, unequivocal evidence of deliberate complicity.
If other news channels continue to ignore it after Fox’s discovery of a third Fast and Furious gun hidden, covered up, at the scene of Brian Terry’s murder, I say that makes them culpable as well.