Holder’s COS knew about it but we are supposed to believe Holder didn’t know about it? Obama’s stimulus paid for the Fast and Furious Operation. Obama order the operation. Holder bragged about the operation. DOJ members attempted to smear the whistleblower. Holder lied about his knowledge of the operation while testifying to Congress.
This was AG Eric Holder’s attempt to “brainwash” Americans with false information about guns in order to push for stricter gun control laws. Fast and Furious was a deliberate plan to infringe on the 2nd Amendment rights of law-abiding citizens. All the evidence proves Holder is guilty of treason, murder and international firearms trafficking.
Obama covered it up with his use of executive privilege.
Fox News reports:
In one of the first high-level departures from the Justice Department since President Obama was elected to a second term, Attorney General Eric Holder’s chief of staff — a political target for Republican lawmakers probing Operation Fast and Furious — will be leaving his post.
The Justice Department says Gary Grindler was a “top adviser” to Holder “on all matters,” and he “played a key role” in negotiations over the BP oil spill, which recently culminated in a $4 billion settlement with BP.
“Gary has played a central role in our work to protect the American people and I will always be grateful for his dedication to the Department, his service to our Nation, and his sound advice and personal friendship,” Holder said in a statement. “He has demonstrated time and again his good judgment and an ability to make the tough — and correct — decisions.”
A Justice Department official says Grindler’s departure is part of a normal turnover between administrations, with nothing more to it than that.
Nevertheless, congressional Republicans looking into the botched Operation Fast and Furious pointed to him as evidence that high-level Justice Department employees in Washington knew about the program while it was underway. Grindler received a short briefing on Fast and Furious during a meeting with law enforcement officials in March 12, 2010, several months after it was launched by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives.