Skip to comments.Chuck Grassley: FBI obstructing Fast and Furious, other probes
Posted on 04/20/2015 9:19:20 PM PDT by afraidfortherepublic
The chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee accused the FBI on Monday of not cooperating with the Department of Justices top watchdog in the investigation of the Fast and Furious gunrunning scandal, among others, endangering Congresss ability to be a check on the administrations actions
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Nothing new here.
I remember when everybody respected the “G-men.” Now they’re no better than some drone working in the Boston IRS office......
“Fast and Furious gunrunning”...hmmm, that sounds so familiar. Didn’t some folks get killed because of that?
As my son would have said when he was 5 years old, “That seems like a forever ago”.
Though Justice will come; the question is whether or not it’s the here/now[-ish] or under the rule of Jesus, where he will break the nations with a rod of iron.
That seems like a forever ago
Aye, it does — And the thing about it is that it merely proves that justice delayed is justice denied.
The last thing on the minds of those in the Justice Dept..
IS NOT JUSTICE...... they ignore justice.. ON PURPOSE..
Surprise! Surprise! Surprise!
J Edgar Hoover is turning in his grave.
You can say that. The agents in my area look like skinny Bill Gates. We are far from the days when the FBI hired real cops instead of lawyers during the Al Capone days. Also anybody notice how that psychotic Eric Holder seem to have been dressed like Dewey of Luciano days?
I am sure it is likely true. The question I have is, will anyone be held accountable for it? No? I thought not. Nothing new here.
Sooner or later He will.
We need more like Mulder and Scully
“I am sure it is likely true. The question I have is, will anyone be held accountable for it? No? I thought not. Nothing new here.”
The question in the U.S. has become, who has the power? The U.S. legislature, which was the case just a decade ago, or the security agencies under the executive branch, such as in Russia, Cuba, Venezuela, and China?
The new media may allow the legislature to take back its power, just as the unholy alliance between the old media and the executive branch has stripped power from it.
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