As most of you know by now, it has been shown that this operation was not about going after the drug lords and criminals, but rather gun shop owners. It was designed to do exactly what it has done: finance and assist in murder. In that way, the public would get jinned up and the anti gun lobby would make a comeback. However, the feds got caught, and two federal agents were killed. Now, to cover their fearful Leader Obama's and his stooge Holder's backsides, the Dems in Congress are pushing ahead with the gun control legislation they were going to put forth if Operation GunWalker would not have been discovered:
U.S. Representatives Carolyn B. Maloney (D-NY), Elijah E. Cummings (D-MD), ranking member of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, and Carolyn McCarthy (D-NY) will join other members and a leading law enforcement organization for an event Friday, July 15th, 11:00 a.m. at the House Triangle to introduce the “Stop Gun Trafficking and Strengthen Law Enforcement Act,” which establishes a dedicated firearms trafficking statute to empower law enforcement to keep high-powered firearms out of the hands of dangerous criminals, including Mexican drug cartels.
So, what you are telling me is:
The exact same agencies that would be charged with enforcing the proposal are currently under investigation — and may eventually face felony charges — because they broke existing laws and participated in widespread gun trafficking. To borrow from a reader, the federal government is using federal agencies to break federal laws so that same federal government can impose more federal laws on the people that did not break the law.
It is Orwellian in its absurdity, and yet entirely real.
That's right. They want to put the very people who broke the law and were complicit in the murders of two federal agents and hosts of civilians in charge of the rest of us.
Anti-gun Democrats are pushing laws that would only affect the law-abiding, while attempting to direct attention away from what appears to be a widespread criminal conspiracy by executive branch agencies to arm narco-terrorists and then use the violence caused by those weapons to influence U.S. gun laws.
Americans don’t need more gun laws.
What me need are federal law enforcement agencies, legislators, and elected and appointed officials that aren’t willing to “break a few eggs” — or a few hundred lives — in order to take part in an illegal and murderous conspiracy.
How is that Hope and Change workin' for ya?