Skip to comments.Issa demands info on ATF "gunwalking" scandal from State Dept.
Posted on 03/31/2011 12:20:59 PM PDT by neverdem
In an exclusive interview with CBS News investigative correspondent Sharyl Attkisson, House Oversight Committee Chairman Darrell Issa (R-Calif.) demanded information from Secretary of State Hillary Clinton for information on the ATF "gunwalking" scandal exposed by CBS News.
Read more: http://www.cbsnews.com/video/watch/?id=7361177n&tag=contentBody;housing#ixzz1IA5tAep9
Exposed by CBS? I think not.
It was the Gun Rights Examiner that took it national.
The Leftists U.S.State Dept fingerprints are so much bad stuff.
Good luck with that Darrell. You’ll get about as much help from CBS as you will from the administration.
Can you spell Treason?
Time for subpoenas, Congressman Issa.
Aw c’mon, they just loaned the guns to their appointed drug runners under Cia supervision to get the load through while declaring it to be a test to see where they went, they went where they sent them...our federal G is totally corrupt...
Good for Issa. One of the few good ones
The list, ping
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Yeah, right. How many people does the Gun Rights Examiner reach?
Treason is right and to think Hill is floating that she is polling good.
So who stuck the journalistic bee in CBS’ bonnet? It’s just not like them to act like a real news organization.
I want to congratulate you on doing this list. I know the list has been around since 2009 or longer and that Obama and his henchmen are madly driving the car off the cliff but I honestly had no idea all the theft he is involved in. Just... stunning.
Roger Hedgecock has been on this story from the start, and since he knows Darryl Issa, has had him on the show to explain what’s going on with the investigation. There is non-stop stonewalling to his letters. He needs to issue subpoenas.
And, that they had planned all this for some time. :(
LA Times has been on the story too.
Good for Issa!
Be Ever Vigilant!!
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