Skip to comments.After Words with Katie Pavlich (video)
Posted on 06/25/2012 8:35:56 AM PDT by Nachum
The contributing editor of Townhall Magazine explores the controversial gun supply operation, initially run by the Bureau of Alcohol Tobaccoand Firearms,that's currently under congressional investigation. She discusses her findings with National Journal's White House correspondent Major Garrett.
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My Gunwalker scandal file. Katie Pavlich work is included. All the stories are listed chronologically:
The collaspe of the obama regime continues. Without a doubt this frauds presidency will go down as the most politically corrupt in america’s history. It’s a toss-up what will take him down first. ELIGIBILITY SCAM or FAST and FURIOUS. In either event many high ranking socialist democrats will go down with him.
I respectfully disagree. In any way I play this scenario out, the Obama administration literally gets away with murder. If they win the next election and possibly suffer impeachment proceedings, Obama pardons all the players that could nail him, resigns and then is pardoned by his successor.
If Obama loses, he pardons all the key players before he leaves office- possibly on the last day, and then Mitt Romney leaves him alone to save us from a "constitutional crisis". The dead will have little if any justice, and business will go on as usual in Washington. People will forget the scandal after a time leaving the resentment of those whose families were directly affected.
They control everything: the Judges, Justice Dept, and key people in law enforcement. In a way, I almost hope Obama wins, while the house and senate go completely Republican so we can see the impeachment trial. That will be the only justice we'll get.
Obama = guilty
Holder = guilty
Katie Pavlich = NOT GUILTY!
How does he pardon people who have not yet been convicted?
The same way Nixon was. If they are being investigated, he calls it off and pardons them to shut it down.
96 seconds in, the Katie Pavlich interview switches to an exciting discussion of what Mitt Romney is reading this summer.