Assault Weapons Ban Lawyer Headed Fast and Furious

Obama Contributor, Who Helped Enact Assault-Weapons Ban, Ran ‘Fast and Furious’ | <-- Details here Dennis K Burke is the U.S. Attorney in Arizona who headed up the Fast and Furious Operation. Before that, Burke worked with  the Senate Judiciary Committee in the Clinton Era, on the 1994  assault weapons ban. He was Janet Napolitano's Chief of Staff when she was Governor of Arizona. Burke contributed to Obama's 2008 campaign, and worked with his transition team on border enforcement issues. When Janet Napolitano became "Big Sis", Secretary of Homeland Security, Burke became her senior advisor. Obama then appointed Burke to be U.S. Attorney for the district of Arizona, and Eric Holder appointed him to the Attorney General's Advisory Committee. That's how Dennis Burke came to direct the Fast and Furious operation. If after knowing this, you still think that Obama and Holder had no prior knowledge of the gun walking of Fast and Furious, you must be a leftist.

House panel votes 23-17 to place Holder in contempt of Congress –

House panel votes 23-17 to place Holder in contempt of Congress –

As expected, the 17 Dems of the house committee supported Holder, but the majority of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, is sending the vote to place Holder in contempt of Congress to the full body of the house.

Obama is channeling Nixon, and after denying any knowledge of Fast and Furious, has now claimed executive privilege to conceal the details of the gun running operation.

FINALLY: House committee schedules Contempt Vote against Eric Holder

House committee schedules contempt vote against Holder – Political Hotsheet – CBS News.

Pharmer has been waiting a long time for the House to begin proceedings against Attorney General Eric Holder, for his refusal to cooperate with their investigation of the gun running of the Fast and Furious operation in Mexico.  Possibly Holder’s ridiculous  claim, that emails mentioning Fast and Furious were not about Fast and Furious, was the tipping point.

The U.S. government sent guns to Mexico in order to raise controversy about their use by drug cartels, and use this as an excuse to undermine our  Second Amendment rights.

Use of Fast and Furious supplied weapons is connected to  many deaths including hundreds of Mexican citizens outside of the cartels, and U.S. border and ICE agents.

The  executive branch of government has assisted the killings by Mexican drug cartels in order to whip up antipathy towards American gun owners.

Congressional action against   Eric Holder  is long overdue.


Fast and Furious weapons found in Mexico cartel enforcer’s home –

Fast and Furious weapons found in Mexico cartel enforcer’s home –

The ATF supplied guns to the world’s most powerful drug cartel : Sinaloa.

Forty guns supplied by the ATF turned up in the arsenal of one Torres Marrufo, (the Jaguar)  a top enforcer of the Sinaloa cartel.


Congressman Darrell Issa is serving up more subpoenas to Eric Holder, as the Pharmer blogs.

Will Obama jettison the Holder Unit, or are they too symbiotic for that kind of pragmatism?

House Republicans Call for Special Counsel to Probe Eric Holder

House Republicans Request Special Counsel To Probe Holder On ‘Fast And Furious’ | Fox News.

Eric Holder has been stonewalling the investigation of the ATF  Fast and Furious operation in which the ATF apparently bought guns in the United States and gave them to the Mexican Drug Cartels.  This was for the purpose of convincing the public that the U.S. is a source of guns to criminals, and that more gun control is necessary.

Congress has reached the conclusion that Eric Holder cannot investigate himself to find out whether he committed perjury in his testimony to the House Judiciary Committee on the Fast and Furious operation.  He had claimed no knowledge of the operation.

At this time there is much movement of ATF personnel and attorneys within the Justice department.  They are cleaning house, in preparation of the troubles to come.

Pretty much is already known, however, and it it is up to the White House to determine if Eric Holder should be the fall guy, or if they should all go down together.

Al Quada’s American Outreach Experts Killed by Drone

Two U.S.-Born Terrorists Killed In CIA-Led Drone Strike | Fox News.

Samir Khan, of North Carolina and Anwar al Awlaki of New Mexico were killed by the drone method in their newer home of Yemen.   Both of these two served as  Al-Quaeda outreach to U.S. citizens.

Khan co-edited “Inspire” magazine, which translated Al Quaeda ideology  to English.  Al-Awlaki was the radical Islam preacher of cyberspace who is blamed for mentoring Major Nidal Malik Hasan, the Fort Hood killer.

The justice department might struggle with the concept of executing U.S. citizens without a trial, while insisting that terrorist prisoners, and prisoners of war   from other countries should have been granted trials in New York as U.S. citizens.   We might ask Eric Holder to present an argument on that matter in between his efforts to cover up his Fast and Furious troubles – using tax dollars to buy guns for the Mexican drug cartel.  

After assassinating multiple Muslims, how is Obama going to raise campaign cash in the Middle East like last time?

Fall Guy: Kenneth Melson, acting ATF chief, gets moved

Ken Melson, the interim head of the ATF takes the fall for Obama administration’s (very illegal)  Fast and Furious Operation.  This guy met privately with Congressman Issa’s  investigative committee earlier this summer.  Perhaps this places the Obama administration on a tightrope.  They moved Melson to the Office of Legal Policy,  as a  senior adviser on forensic science.  Perhaps this is where they can keep him close by, where it’s easiest to watch him.

via Kenneth Melson, acting ATF chief, steps down – Jennifer Epstein –

Meanwhile…. U.S. attorney for Arizona, Dennis Burke, who felt so unhealthy when questioned by the Congressional investigators of Fast and Furious, that they had to stop,  has resigned from his post.

The rats are running for cover.