Quote of the Day: ATF Sting Edition

The Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel deserves some kudos for something you don’t see much of these days: real reporting. The article details that the botched tactics used in Milwaukee weren’t limited to that city. It includes this gem of a quote:

“To say this is just a few people, a few bad apples, I don’t buy it,” said David Harris, a professor at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law and an expert on law enforcement tactics and regulation. “If your agency is in good shape with policy, training, supervision and accountability, the bad apples will not be able to take things to this level.”

The fish rots from the head. “A few bad apples,” was the excuse for Fast and Furious too. Is Jones doing anything at all to clean up the agency? Not that any of us had high hopes, or really any hope at all, but even a stopped clock is right twice a day.

3 thoughts on “Quote of the Day: ATF Sting Edition”

  1. B. Todd Jones…, nothing more than a corrupt home-boy for ObaMao. Jones was appointed to the ATF because he is BLACK. Any criticism of the ATF (Jones)that any of us engage in will be met with being labeled as racists. If the media picks up on this, considering that MJS is a liberal newspaper in Wisconsin (a blue-turning into swing state), we will simply be called racists and that we want to “put y’all back in chains” as Joe Biden would say about black people. You guys can expect more corruption from ATF, even being blatantly out in the open. They will start behaving like Soviet KGB now because a black man is heading the agency, and any criticism of it will be met with the race card from the liberal media. It is the only reason that Jones was appointed to the agency; use his black skin as a mask for the corruption of this communist agency. You should all know this by now.

  2. Trust me when I tell you this, outside of Madison and the city of Milwaukee, this state is deep red. How else would you explain Governor Walker surviving a recall when he did away with collective bargaining rights for government employees? Also, you can check the Boone & Crockett record books to give yourself an idea of what people outside the cities like to do around here. During non-presidential elections, this state usually turns red. When the city folks come out to vote, well then that’s another story.

    1. I have family in Wisconsin. Trust me, what I mean is that the cities are starting to get a bit more purple. If Wisconsin goes red, Michigan and Minnesota aren’t that far behind from being ultra competitive. Minnesota has been suffering the same thing. Too much Chicago trash ruining the twin cities and turning a rugged and industrious state into a liberal cesspool.

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