Did Fast and Furious Gun Kill Mexican Beauty Queen?


We have some very interesting breaking news. This is from the Washington, DC, CBS affiliate. Eyeball News, DC. “‘Fast and Furious’ Gun Found At Site Where Mexican Beauty Queen Killed — A gun found at the scene of a shootout between a Mexican drug cartel and soldiers where a beauty queen died was part of the botched Fast and Furious\ operation, CBS News reports.

“Authorities had said that Maria Susana Flores Gamez was likely used as a human shield and that an automatic rifle had been found near her body after the Nov. 23 shootout. Sen. Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, tells CBS News that the Justice Department did not notify Congress that a Fast and Furious firearm was found at the scene in Sinaloa. CBS News learned the Romanian AK-47-type WASR-10 rifle found near her body was purchased by Uriel Patino at an Arizona gun shop in 2010.

“Patino is a suspect who allegedly purchased 700 guns while under the ATF’s watch.” Now, I don’t know where this happened. It’s a CBS Washington affiliate. But let’s just see if there’s any outrage about this. This is a gun that ended up in the hands of drug cartel members as a result of the Obama administration’s Fast and Furious program. Now, for those of you new to the program who don’t know what Fast and Furious is, let me briefly describe it.

Fast and Furious was a plan implemented by Obama and Eric Holder. It essentially allowed guns to be to be purchased legally in Arizona gun shops and then illegally walked across the border to be sold, or given, to Mexican drug cartels. Now you might say, “Why would they do it?” Exactly. What possible reason? Now, the regime says that they were doing this in order to find out where the drug cartels were.



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