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Is Fox News softballing Obama?

Why isn’t Fox News railing about “Fast & Furious?’ Fox waited months to print this story and only placed it on their secondary website aimed at the TEA Party movement.

Many believe Fox News could completely derail Obama over this issue, but they seem unwilling to give it the attention it deserves.

“Fast & Furious” was a classic “false flag” operation to justify taking away the rights of American citizens. The Obama administration was selling guns to Mexican drug gangs. They only used guns that could traced back to the United States. Then they were saying that Americans needed to relinquish their 2nd amendment rights to “stop Mexican drug gangs from getting American guns.”

At least two members of American law enforcement have been murdered with these guns. The Mexican government estimates 150 Mexican citizens have been murdered with these guns. Estimates as to the total number of guns run as high as 30,000. The Obama administration has admitted to about 3,000 guns being illegally sold to Mexican cartels.

From Fox Nation…

Operation Fast and Furious began in October 2009. In it, federal agents from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives encouraged gun stores to sell weapons to an arms smuggling gang, then watched as the guns crossed the border and were used in crimes. Each month, the agency allowed hundreds of guns to go South, despite opposition from some agents.

All told, the gang spent more than $1.25 million for the illegal guns.

In June 2010, however, the ATF dramatically upped the ante, making the U.S. government the actual “seller” of guns.

According to documents obtained by Fox News, Agent John Dodson was ordered to buy six semi-automatic Draco pistols — two of those were purchased at the Lone Wolf gun store in Peoria, Ariz. An unusual sale, Dodson was sent to the store with a letter of approval from David Voth, an ATF group supervisor.

Dodson then sold the weapons to known illegal buyers, while fellow agents watched from their cars nearby.