Brainwash against guns every day; every school; every level . . .
U. S. Attorney Eric Holder was addressing inner city violence in the 1995 clip—especially among youth. (The clip was published last week by Breitbart TV.) But Holder himself had obviously been brainwashed into thinking if you were brainwashed to reject an object, things would be well.
Attorney General Holder still holds these views and they are shared by many down the chain at the Department of Justice and Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms. This past December, CBS’ Sharyl Attkisson revealed the secret Gunrunner Operation, Fast and Furious, was conceived to build the case for more restrictive gun laws.
Congressman Darrel Issa, California Republican and Chairman of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, responded to the 1995 video of Mr. Holder. “It’s no surprise. Lanny Breuer and Eric Holder come from a wing…certainly Lanny Breuer led the charge of he Assault Weapons Ban as did U.S. Attorney Berg,” Issa told the Washington Times Yesterday.
“Many of the people in the chain of Fast and Furious have a disregard for second amendment rights and a real belief that they have to limit beyond what the courts have upheld people’s rights to keep and bear arms, so it’s no surprise that insensitive statements like that were made by now Attorney General Holder,” Mr. Issa added.
Yesterday, Breitbart’s Mary Chastain reported:
Rep. Paul Gosar (R-AZ) noticed that throughout the congressional hearings, it had become more evident the whole point of Operation Fast and Furious had been gun control. He reminded The Daily Caller that Mr. Holder had testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee that if there had been better gun laws, the operation’s tragic outcome would not have happened.
I reported on Fast and Furious July 8, 2011 calling it “Bigger than Watergate.” and Breitbart’s ARW Hawkins swung at the scandal with Righteous Indignation. Now we have the motive and the underlying mindset.