Eric Holder Claims Emails Using Words ‘Fast and Furious’ Don’t Refer to Operation Fast and Furious

Only a man with absolutely no shame would publicly say that “Emails Using Words ‘Fast and Furious’ Don’t Refer to Operation Fast and Furious.”  That man would be our very own Attorney General Eric Holder.  Just another reminder of how things operate once your nation is taken over by criminal oligarchs and their puppets in the cesspool that is Washington D.C.  Don’t just read the article below, make sure you watch the video embedded in it.  You will see a weasel squirming under questioning from Representative Jason Chaffetz.  This is what we are dealing with folks.  These are the people that are running the nation.  We a have a lot of work to do…

Read the article here.

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4 thoughts on “Eric Holder Claims Emails Using Words ‘Fast and Furious’ Don’t Refer to Operation Fast and Furious

  1. In the video, it is obvious that Holder does not care what anyone says. He knows (at least he thinks he does) that he can act with impunity, because he will be protected. The end of the video was cut off, but Holder actually responds to Chaffetz saying “I have superior knowledge.”

    Indeed, we have a lot of work to do!

  2. “Mr. Holder asks that you please clarify the term S-H-A-M-E. Mr. Holder also wishes to make absolutely clear he has No Prior Knowledge of said term.
    Thank you,
    The Just Us Dept.

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