Oh please, they should change the title to, Univision Scratches the Surface, and Then Sells Out, Cheap.
Did they tie F&F to the operation in Honduras? No.
Did they show the operational differences between F&F and Wide Receiver? Not really.
Did they ask why, if these were operations in multiple foreign countries, somehow, magically, there wasn't a single person in the Department of State or CIA who ever got wind of it and didn't scream about the illegal turf violation by the ATF? No.
Did they ask about the amounts of money involved and who approved of the expenses? NO.
Gimme a break.
I forget who that "wife of the founder" is who just took a job with the Bamster Administration. This stinks to high heaven.
Yep, Univision in this context is like the occasional poll that shows Romney ahead, then it’s back to: “Comrades! We have glorious news for you! Obama soaring blah blah blah” and here, then it’s back to the usual Mexican Bund grievance politics and special-pleading.
Lame0 stream0 cyclopsvision, feck `em!
Different op, not the same as Fast and Furious.
I think F&F is just the tip of the iceberg, as Operation Castaway was the setup responsible for the arms which went to Honduras. That, and the 'grenadewalker' operation almost had to have approval from the State Department.
By partitioning the operations those not uncovered can continue and the can of worms is actually a case of smaller cans, each of which will have to be discovered and peeled open. For an administration which has such callous disregard for OPSEC in warfare, they do know how to cover their butts (and each other's)--which makes the wartime 'leaks' all the more egregious.
I recall hearing just a little about a possible operation in Indiana aimed at arming gangs in Illinois, and the firearms from that operation may be taking part in the seemingly escalated violence in Chicago and elsewhere in that area.
Remember Obama's private civilian army? I think they've been working on that or something like it all along.
Otherwise, what we see is a widespread criminal conspiracy delivering arms to disqualified persons for the purpose of enabling violent acts which, incidentally or otherwise would provide the statistics needed to push for more gun control (the denial of a fundamental Right, also a criminal offense).
There aren't enough lamp posts in Washington D.C. to take care of the offenders in this, you'd likely have to double them up.