Yes, the Washington Post reacted to Barack Obama’s exertion of “Executive Privilege” to withhold DOJ documents from Congressional review by claiming that the “Fast and Furious” program was actually initiated under President G. W. Bush.
If you have ever had any doubt whatsoever of exactly how far up the rectum of Barack Obama the mainstream media has climbed, today’s reaction to Obama’s obviously desperate attempt to hide his own involvement in the scandal that resulted in the deaths of hundreds of Mexican nationals and at least one US Border agent should convince you that the press has no limit to how far they will go to protect Obama from being held accountable for anything.
Including cold blooded murder.
I have said from the very start of the revelations of Fast and Furious that it was blindingly obvious that the program was a deliberate attempt by the Obama administration to undermine the Constitution’s second amendment. The program was accompanied by a full-court press in the media to accuse American gun shops and gun dealers of funneling guns and ammunition to Mexico in a push for profits at any cost. The goal was to show the world that American gun manufacturers and dealers were undermining not only our own peace, but were creating international problems by exacerbating violence in other nations.
The only way to “prove that” was to actually deliver guns to Mexican thugs and hoodlums.
So they did. It is inconceivable that they did not realize those guns would be used in murders.
That’s what Obama is trying to hide now.
The most obvious question any real reporter should be asking upon Obama’s attempt to invoke “executive privilege” is to ask “What, exactly, is the legal rationale for invoking executive privilege here? It can only apply if the White House itself was involved in the operation!”
In other words, the very invocation of Executive Privilege is an admission that the White House was involved in the operation, a claim that has been vigorously denied by Obama (who claims he only “heard about” the operation on the NEWS) and all of his lackeys.
But do you think the Washington Post or New York Times can understand this?
Of course they can. It is because they understand the implication of this action that they are so desperately lying to the American public about it now.
Our main media outlets have not merely become mindless sycophants of Barack Obama, they are now actively lying to the American public to prop him up as much and as long as they possibly can.