The Department of Justice Inspector General report released three weeks ago about Fast and Furious vindicated only one group of people: Whistleblowers.
The Department of Justice [DOJ] Inspector General [IG] Michael Horowitz testified before the House Oversight and Government Reform committee Thursday and answered questions about his recently released report [OIG] from his office about Operation Fast and Furious.
Greta Van Susteren discusses the fallout brought on by the Fast and Furious report.
Rep. Issa discusses yesterday's events on Fox News.
U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder may show up on “Jeopardy!” one of these days. No, not as a contestant. As an answer. The clue: “He’s the first attorney general in U.S. history to be held in contempt of Congress.” The answer: “Who is Eric Holder?” That’s surely not the distinction Holder was going for when he took the job. But thanks to the scandal known as Fast and Furious, that’s what he’s best known for: overseeing an operation that put more than 2,000 guns into the hands of a Mexican drug cartel and led to the deaths of hundreds of Mexican citizens and a U.S. Border Patrol agent.
An initial look at an extensive report issued by Darrell Issa and Charles Grassley about Operation Fast and Furious reminds us of a few things and also brings us new information: It was suggested Attorney General Eric Holder announce Fast and Furious indictments, more evidence of a gun control motive and more.