As Katie explains in her work for Townhall:
I document the conspiracy of senior Obama officials to subvert the Second Amendment, which led directly to the murders of Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry, I.C.E. Agent Jaime Zapata and countless, faceless lives in Mexico. It debunks the Obama administration’s lies, denials and excuses. This administration was willing to use humans as collateral damage to push a political agenda, and had no shame in doing so. Now, the administration has no shame in covering up their reckless actions.
Since just moments after Brian Terry was killed in the Arizona desert on December 15, 2010 by Mexican cartel thugs, carrying AK-47s provided to them by the Obama Justice Department through Operation Fast and Furious, the FBI, Homeland Security, ATF, Justice Department and the White House have been engaged in a full scale cover-up. These are simply names of government agencies, but who are the people behind the cover-up?
Michelle Malkin writes over at her site that Pavlich's new book is a "blockbuster".
Pavlich supplies readers with damning documents, new scoops, interviews with whistleblowers, and a must-have guide to the biggest stain on the Obama administration.
Sunlight is the best disinfectant. Pavlich’s book is a solar flare over 1600 Pennsylvania Ave.
If you read one book this campaign season (and I’m talking to you, too, candidates), make it this one.
Townhall contributor David Limbaugh offered this review of Katie's work:
Pavlich exposes how extreme gun control measures have been a top political goal for President Obama, Attorney General Eric Holder and other important leaders within the administration -- and she draws the lines that link this goal directly to the implementation of Fast and Furious. Just as importantly, she shows how the administration has shamelessly tried to obscure those links.
Pavlich appeared on the O'Reilly Factor last night to discuss the operation and its cover-up.
And just in case you can't get enough, Pavlich appeared on Fox and Friends as well to discuss the book.
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