Skip to comments.Press rushes to ‘exonerate’ DHS as OIG report raises more questions than answers
Posted on 03/25/2013 1:46:19 PM PDT by Nachum
As with its rush to declare Eric Holder cleared upon release of the Department of Justice Office of Inspector Generals report, major media outlets are unquestioningly accepting Department of Homeland Security OIG conclusions from its long-awaited Fast and Furious report, strategically pre-released last Thursday to the Los Angeles Times.
[T]he report determined that top Department of Homeland Security officials in Washington did not learn about Fast and Furious until [Border Patrol Agent Brian] Terry was shot to death in December 2010 and two of the 1,430 lost firearms were found at the scene of his murder, The Times dutifully accepted, setting the tone for legitimate media to follow.
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We may not see these people answer for their crimes today, but they will one day face the truly just judge.
No need for the media to rush to the defense of Holder. There will be no substantial questions, and the stupid public is not even aware there is any kind of investigation.
“MSNBC is NOT an organ of the DemocRATic party”
And it is not the DemocRATic party.
MSNBC is NOT an organ of the DemocRAT party
Nothing burns me up as much as when they put the IC
on the end of it.
There is nothing democratic about the democrat party.
“Comrades! Nothing to see here. And 2+2=5.”
`I sold you, you sold me,
Under the spreading chestnut tree.’
First, I don’t believe the report that top DHS folks didn’t know what was going on. Second, lets say they didn’t know. An operation of that magnitude, with international implications should have been know about by the top folks in DHS. Instead of exonerating them by saying they didn’t know, it is damning that they don’t know what is going on in their own departments. Yet, the media seems to think that there is no problem if they didn’t know. Quite different than their approach to Abu Ghrabe where Bush was supposed to know and be responsible for the actions of low level troops — and no one died there.
Finally, the media can put this obviously partisan witchhunt to rest. I’m sure that sending 1,430 illegal guns to Mexican gangs with no means to track them, while not telling anyone in management, is perfectly explainable.
If they didn’t know then they should resign, they are not doing their job. does anyone really believe this crap.
TREASON - continuous, in-your-face, agenda-driven, agency-abetted, representative-enabled, ongoing...
Not sure where to post this, so this thread looks good:
Read some of the comments. The MSM—here MSN—has become a parody of itself. It’s hard to take them series.