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Tuesday, November 01, 2011

Feinstein May Have Inadvertently Confirmed Gunwalker Ulterior Motive

In a breaking news report concerning the Gunwalker scandal,Seattle Gun Rights Examiner Dave Workman indicates that Senator Dianne Feinstein, D-California, may have inadvertently confirmed the ulterior motive behind the scheme known as 'Operation Fast and Furious.'
During a hearing of the Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on Crime and Terrorism late today, former Assistant Attorney-General Lanny Breuer provided testimony that confirms that the information presented to Congress by the Department of Justice, that guns were not being allowed to walk, was false.
Breuer's defense, however, is that he had only reported what he had been told by officials in the ATF and the DOJ, although that information turned out to be untrue.
The acknowledgment that false information had been provided to Congress came in response to questioning by Senator Charles Grassley, R-Iowa. 
However, when it became Senator Dianne Feinstein's turn to question Breuer, the focus immediately changed to the 'need for gun control' and bans of so-called 'assualt weapons.' The California Democrat wasted no time in zeroing in on the common meme parroted by numerous Administration officials that the flow of guns across the border into Mexico from the United States must be stopped...

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