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The Paper of Making Up The Record on ATF Scandal

This idiotorial seems to be saying that it’s OK if ATF let a few guns in because the president of Mexico says the guns are coming from the US any way. Even though we know a lot of the weapons come from the Mexican army and most cannot be traced to the US. It doesn’t fit the narrative that the NYT wants and that ATF was trying to create, even though they had to break a few eggs.

4 Responses to “The Paper of Making Up The Record on ATF Scandal”

  1. Jake Says:

    In all fairness, a lot of the weapons coming from the Mexican army did come from the US first. IIRC, the .gov did authorize Colt to sell them a pile of M-16s, complete with fun switches.

  2. Crotalus Says:

    As far as the “U.S. weapons”, that’s true. They did come from us–from the U.S. Government, NOT from gun stores.

  3. Chas Says:

    NYT can’t even discuss Gunwalker without immediately shifting the subject to their usual call for more unconstitutional gun bans.
    How is banning guns for private citizens supposed to prevent ATF from deliberately allowing guns to disappear over the border?
    NYT complains that ATF was blocked on requiring reporting of large sales of rifles, but when those sales were reported to ATF, the dealers were told to just sell them. That’s “hypocrisy” on the part of both the NYT and the ATF.
    The article allows as Brian Terry was killed, but what about the “countless” others, as a story elsewhere put it? The Obama administration’s damage control spinmeisters at the NYT don’t mention the other deaths, but the title of their editorial includes the word “hypocrisy”. There is more than enough “hypocrisy” at the NYT. There is too much.

  4. Skip Says:

    Janet admitted that Terry was armed with rubber bullits.
    WTF is up with that?

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