Operation "Fast and Furious": Get used to the phrases "What did they know and when did they know it?" and "The cover-up is always worse than the crime!"
Has Attorney General Eric Holder been playing fast and loose with the facts surrounding his knowledge of Operation "Fast and Furious?"
In an article on "Fast and Furious" yesterday I invoked the phrase "What did they know and when did they know it?" that was made famous during the Nixon Watergate scandal.
I didn't use the phrase that "the cover-up is always worse than the crime" but that may come into play at some point in time also if it is proven that Eric Holder had lied under oath to Congress concerning his knowledge of Operation F&F.
So exactly when did the upper levels of the Obama administration know of the specific details surrounding this gun-trafficking operation that provided weapons to Mexican drug cartels that resulted in murder?
Attorney General Eric Holder is not new to controversy but "Fast and Furious" may very well mark the end of his tenure as U.S. AG!
It may offer the AG some initial comfort that President Obama is firmly in his corner.
Most likely thought it will be in the same way the President was firmly in the corner of Reverend Jeremiah Wright until it became politically expedient to cut him loose.
As we head into the 2012 presidential elections, any support from the White House will most likely be extremely short-lived.
Video of an interview of Rep. Darrell Issa on Fox News telling a clear and concise story of the growing "Fast and Furious" scandal that may rock the Obama White House to its very core!
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