Fast and Furious Cover-up: Obama Asserts Executive Privilege to Protect Himself
I guess you have to know when to fold ’em and when to Holder ’em. I think I’m gonna start asserting executive privilege. I’m an executive. Kathryn asked me a question, “I’m assigning executive privilege, I don’t have to answer that.” News media asked me a question, “Executive privilege. I don’t have to answer that.”
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What was Fast and Furious? Look, I’m assuming everybody knows that Obama has asserted executive privilege to protect himself, not just Eric Holder, but to protect himself from being discovered somewhat, somehow, to be involved in this Fast and Furious. What was Fast and Furious? As simply put as I can make it, Fast and Furious was an American government program authored by the Obama administration to arm violent drug gangs in Mexico with American weapons from Arizona, primarily. Assault rifles and deadly weapons were purchased from gun stores in Arizona and walked across the border to Mexico on purpose. This resulted in the death of scores of people, including a man named Brian Terry, a border agent for our government.