Gunrunner: Joe Lieberman requests another investigation into Fast and Furious
Joe Lieberman is chairman of the Senate Homeland Security and Government Affairs Committee and he has requested that his committee open up another investigation into Fast and Furious, this time to investigate the lack of interagency communication which led to the death of Brian Terry in Peck Canyon.
As I wrote about in this post: The FBI and the DEA both knew that the violent Mexican criminals were in Peck Canyon on the night Brian Terry was murdered, and the reason they knew the criminals were there was because the FBI had an informant in the drug cartel who was also to be present that night, yet they did not find it necessary to warn Border Patrol that something was going down that night.
Joe Lieberman is justified in calling for an investigation into the miscommunication between agencies, but I believe it goes well beyond simple miscommunication because the government was trying to “prove” the 90% lie and knowingly let Brian Terry and the Border Patrol head into a dangerous situation unaware because they did not want to do anything that would jeopardize the true nefarious intentions of the Obama regime and Operation Fast and Furious. These agencies knew about the secret operation, Brian Terry’s death was avoidable and yet the mission was deemed more important than the safety of an American hero and the situation was allowed to proceed.
Brian Terry is dead because of this miscommunication, but I believe the miscommunication was intentional because the Obama regime feels the end justifies the means and Brian Terry’s death was viewed as acceptable collateral damage in the Obama regime’s war on the second amendment.
Hopefully Joe Lieberman’s investigation isn’t simply an attempt to deflect blame away from Eric Holder by deeming it to be a simple case of miscommunication when I believe there is something much more devious at play here; hopefully between these three investigations we will finally get to the truth about what happened that night in Peck Canyon.