From cleanupatf.org: “With all due respect, Mr. Jones, what planet are you living on? ‘Valid questions that need to be answered’? Like who’s going to be fired? Demoted? Censured? Oh, yeah…. The whistleblowers, right? How many people have died? Hmmmmmm Two Federal Agents and way over 300 Mexican Nationals. (Mexico reported 300 deaths months ago) ATF is ‘getting past’ Fast and Furious? Right… Move on, folks, nothing to see here…. Sweep it under the rug and maybe it will go away? . . . Couldn’t you at least pretend to be concerned? Pretend that you want to get to the bottom of it? Pretend that the IG ‘investigation’ would resolve the issue? Pretend that you would fire those responsible for a “felony stupid” operation? Not so much….. To quote Yakov Smirnoff, ‘What a Country!'”

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3 Responses to ATF Acting Director Todd Jones: We’re Getting Past Fast and Furious

  1. Is, or is it not at least reasonable — to think those persons employed by the Citizenry to enforce laws, should conduct themselves in such manners as to not knowingly and intentionally violate the very laws they’re charged with the duty to enforce?
    Is, or is it not at least reasonable — to expect those persons employed by the Citizenry to adhere to even the most rudimentary codes of Moral conduct, and among them, to not knowingly engage in acts which any thinking person could recognize hold a significant potential for grave consequential outcomes?
    Is, or is it not at least reasonable — to demand that those persons employed by the Citizenry should not, under any but the most absolute and extreme of circumstances ever involve law-abiding Citizens in immoral and illegal acts?
    What then, might a reasonable person expect to hear stated from the new acting director of the agency responsible for the consequences of immoral and illegal acts resulting in death of innocent people and government agents?

  2. The hell with “who’s going to be fired? Demoted? Censured?” My question is “Who’s going to prison?”

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