Fast & Furious – A Sting Against the Second Amendment

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Wayne LaPierre

Wayne LaPierre, NRA President said on October 14, that Fast and Furious was a plot to subvert gun rights in America.

“It’s the only thing that makes any sense,” LaPierre said of the gunrunning “sting” operation that resulted in thousands of U.S.-purchased firearms ending up in the hands of violent Mexican drug traffickers. LaPierre noted that “over a period of two or three years they were running thousands and thousands of guns to the most evil people on earth,” while government officials were claiming that 90 percent of the guns used by the Mexican cartels were coming from the United States.

However, said LaPierre:That [90 percent] was a phony figure from the very start. Even the Wikileaks cables from our own State Department prove they are coming from Central America; they are not coming from the U.S. Every police officer will tell you that they’re coming from Russia, they’re coming from China, most of them are coming from Central America and a lot of them are coming from defections from the Mexican Army.

The NRA president charged that President Barack Obama, Attorney General Eric Holder, and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton wanted to make it appear that guns were coming from the United States, “so they could stick more gun [control] legislation on honest American gun owners of the United States.” LaPierre claimed it was only due to the killing last December of U.S. Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry by armed Mexicans in Arizona that the government-sanctioned gunrunning operation ever came to light. Read here: I think LaPierre is right.

While we’re talking about attacking the Second Amendment, LaPierre blasted CNN for faking a story. Gotta love this guy.

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