Attorney General Eric Holder Blames Americans for Gun-Running

Eric Holder Blames Americans for Gun-Running
Eric Holder Blames Americans for Gun-Running
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Cam Edwards talks to Neil Munro from The Daily Caller about Eric Holder scolding him for daring to question the Obama Administrations Fast & Furious attack on the Second Amendment.

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    1. Eric Holder covered up the FBI’s involvement in the Oklahoma bombing.

      Now he’s covering up the Brian Terry case and Fast and Furious.

      According to Utah attorney Jesse Trentadue the FBI changed the time and place of the bombing to the Murrah Building in the morning through their informants.

      McVeigh was one of those informants and was being handled by a high level FBI agent.

      A record of the Trentadue case that he won against the government over the death of his brother can be found with a modest web search yet the media refuses to report what happened.

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