New GOP Report Can't Connect White House, Fast & Furious

Don't worry, they're going to come up with a connection even if they have to completely fabricate it! Oh, that's right - that's how this whole thing started: Despite insistence from GOP leadership that the White House was behind the so-called

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Don't worry, they're going to come up with a connection even if they have to completely fabricate it! Oh, that's right - that's how this whole thing started:

Despite insistence from GOP leadership that the White House was behind the so-called “Fast and Furious” gunwalking program, a report from House Republicans released Tuesday names five officials at the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms as culprits in the misguided effort.

All five were reassigned before the release of the report — the first of three. The indictments in the report contradict House Speaker John Boehner’s (R-OH) insistence that the President invoked executive privilege over the Justice Department’s information on ongoing investigations to protect his personal interests.

The indication, however, is that the upcoming reports will try to tie the President to the program. It will “address the unprecedented obstruction of the investigation by the highest levels of the Justice Department, including the attorney general himself,” according to the Republicans who wrote the report.

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