Issa Says WaPo Apologist Piece Wrong

Just to show how poor the integrity of the Washington Post has become, the Daily Caller notes an Issa Spokesperson saying:

“We have had people who have contacted us before the Washington Post,” Hill said. “They told us people in the Justice Department were trying to push this story and I think a number of publications didn’t think it was credible or, for whatever reason, decided not to run it.”

I don’t think the WaPo cares much how credible it really is, as long as it fits the narrative. CBS News apparently isn’t buying it either.

6 thoughts on “Issa Says WaPo Apologist Piece Wrong”

  1. I like Issa’s statement of how stupid the story is.

    “(O)pponents of this investigation are incredulously trying to assert that Obama Administration political appointees at the Justice Department were ignorant – yet Congress was in the know on the details of Operation Fast and Furious,” said Issa in a statement.

    In other words, “You’re telling me that you don’t know what your own people are telling Congress? And you expect people to believe that drek?”

  2. Ufff…makes me want puke with that kind of crap that they’re printing at the WaPo.

    Glad to see that CBS is letting Sharyl Attkinsson have some rope and letting her keep going on this story. It seems she was the one who kind of broke the story in the mainstream media and is not letting up…good for her!

    I like how the Daily Caller piece pointed out the fact that Sari Horwitz of the WaPo plagarized some Gabby Giffords stories…and she’s still employed there…why?

    Meanwhile, Castle Doctrine will be signed by Gov. Corbett here in PA and WI will also have a form of Shall Issue CC soon…:-)

  3. Wow, Jon Stewart actually had a really good skit on this. Google “The Fast and the Furious – Mexico Grift”.

    “I assume some of possible solutions might be: improve our border security, restrict rifle sales to… non-mexican-drug-cartel-members? Let’s see what our own ATF has come up with…”

  4. ATF should change the saying on their straw purchase poster from, “Don’t Lie for the Other Guy”, to, “Don’t Lie for the Obama Guy”.

  5. “…job that’s very important for the safety of our nation and your reward is unfair criticism.”

    Any criminal on the street who wants a gun can get one, with or without an ATF, but that makes us safe?
    It’s not fair to criticize ATF for encouraging straw purchases, gun smuggling and ultimately murders, while they were trying to trump up supportive propaganda for the Obama administration’s push for more gun control laws?
    Maybe Barney could be the new choice to head up the Batty Center. His moonbat credentials are impeccable.

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