September 26, 2011

Vanderboegh/Codrea Gunwalker Bombshell Supported by Congressional Documentation

Mike Vanderboegh and David Codrea have a letter that proves the ATF was arming cartels directly using taxpayer dollars. This means that the Obama Administration's claim that Operation Fast and Furious was a law enforcement operation gone wrong is a complete and utter lie if it can be corroborated.

I can corroborate that. Check out attachment one to the March 3 letter sent to Attorney General Eric Holder and then Acting ATF Director Ken Melson.

[note: wrong attachment image used earlier. This is the correct document. h/t David Codrea]


I hope they find a nice dark and dank prison cell for the Obama Administration officials involved, which, judging by the depth and breadth of the conspiracy this far, should be the majority of them.

Posted by Confederate Yankee at September 26, 2011 12:30 PM


Posted by: Phelps at September 26, 2011 01:43 PM

Boehner should just shut down the entire federal government until the Dems consent to the appointment of a special prosecutor in this case. Clearly there is CRIMINAL activity at the highest levels of government here. Nobody died as a result of Watergate and that resulted in the impeachment and resignation of an incumbent President.

Posted by: Dave-O at September 26, 2011 01:54 PM

Good job on the corroboration. Keep it up!

Posted by: AlexJ at September 26, 2011 02:51 PM

For many, many years ATF has been pretty dysfunctional. They’ve always been very good at nit-picking gun dealers, and every once in a while, they do some actual good.
However, overall, like most Federal departments (not just law enforcement) they can barely do what they are supposed. (DEA is pretty good, as are some aspects of the FBI). But, for years ATF has screwed things up…I suspect it’s from inbreeding or something….or as I like to compare it to a “Ghost House.” In a “Ghost House” it doesn’t matter who lives in it, it still has Ghost.
In any law enforcement investigation, the investigators must always follow the laws and use “basic investigation skills.” When you have admin, desk jockey, REMFs running an investigation , it is doomed to failure. Any cop with half a brain would never let functional weapons fall into the hands of badguys and NEVER let the cross a border. This was just retarded.

Posted by: CI Roller Dude at September 26, 2011 02:54 PM

Come on, CY, you know this little faux-pas by the nitwh, holder, and company will only become a conspiracy-scandle when the nitwh's media whores decide it is worthy to become one.

That. Will. Never. Happen.

And the weepyboner(and his rino comrades) all are too much invested in their go-along-get-along careers to rock the boat.
What needs to be continuously hammered at every oportyunity is that, "Nobody died in Watergate."

Posted by: emdfl at September 26, 2011 03:02 PM

My introduction to ATF was the fictional "Unintended Consequences" by John Ross.

Based solely on that novel, I'm totally unsurprised by the continuing revelations of Fast and Furious.

Watergate (which I remember - I'm old enough) was bad enough. Forget Solyndra, etc. - this was (is) a criminal enterprise fully deserving of prosecution and charges of treason against the Republic.

Y'all who are able and more connected/knowledgeable keep up the good work and the pressure.

Posted by: ChuckNC at September 26, 2011 05:11 PM


Apart from the goods, how is this different from law enforcement selling drugs to drug purchasers?
I don't really get how this is an unexpected thing.

Posted by: Rancho at September 27, 2011 07:08 AM

"Watergate... was bad enough. Forget Solyndra, etc. - this was (is) a criminal enterprise fully deserving of prosecution and charges of treason against the Republic."

You seem confused. Watergate was the break-in. Iran Contra was the one where the USG sold arms to an enemy of the state. Iran was an enemy, Mexico isn't.

Posted by: Rancho at September 27, 2011 07:14 AM

After the Waco Massacre no one should be surprised.

Posted by: -1SteveP at September 27, 2011 07:50 AM

Now THAT was an item well found! If we can only get the SCOTUS to actually, you know, look at it.

Posted by: cmblake6 at September 27, 2011 10:41 AM

The only people who will be prosecuted will be FFL holders who sold the guns. And the evidence against them will be "should have known better", not actually against the law.

Posted by: Professor Hale at September 27, 2011 02:52 PM

this is just another gun control scheme by the congressional commies and that traitor muzzy in the white house.all democrats are now communist traitors and the republicans have no balls to resist them so it might come down to us doing so.

Posted by: -1bruce at September 28, 2011 12:33 PM