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DOJ Nominees May Be Held Up Over Grassley’s Concerns On ATF’s “Project Gunrunner”

TWG Note:   Nice.  Looks as though Grassley is growing tired of the smug faces and middle fingers, too.  Coupled with his newly-found spine, this might be interesting.  By the way…. Just how were the thugs at the ATF planning to “track” all of those guns that they trafficked into Mexico?

You know Eric Holder and his DOJ (Department Of Jihad) have to be quite perturbed over this, as they’ve only got so much time to finish stacking the courts with gun-grabbers, anti-Semites, pedophiles, communists, radical domestic terrorists and islamic jihadists.]

By Judson Berger

Published May 25, 2011

A Republican senator looking for answers on a gun-trafficking investigation gone awry is warning the Justice Department that nominees for top positions could be in jeopardy if the administration doesn’t start cooperating. 

Sen. Charles Grassley, R-Iowa, ranking member on the Senate Judiciary Committee, has threatened to block Justice nominations until he gets answers. A Grassley aide told FoxNews.com on Wednesday that three Justice nominees recently sent to the floor could be the first to get caught up in the dispute. 

(Hat-Tip James Wheeler)
  1. True Patriot
    May 26, 2011 at 09:13

    Obama and Holder could be indicted quickly on this issue alone, but there are so many illegal, criminal activities of this regime of commie goons who can keep up with all of it?

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