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When Did We Become a Country That Encourages And Condones Hatred And Violence?

8/21/2017

Submitted by: SL @SLandinSoCal

I find it fascinating that the behaviors of the so-called “resistance”  movement are so similar to those of the Sociopath.

I hear nonstop accusations from the media that Trump is spouting hate speech and inciting violence. But I have not heard that from President Trump. I have however heard it coming from the media almost nonstop. They are no longer reporting facts from both sides and allowing viewers to draw conclusions. Nearly 100% of their coverage is criticizing and distorting every trivial thing our President does or says, regardless of its newsworthiness. It doesn’t matter what he does, they are outraged by it.

They demanded that Trump specifically call out a guilty party in the Charlottesville tragedy. However, when Trump did called out violence on BOTH sides, he was then criticized for pointing fingers at groups and creating division, rather than uniting everyone.

And this media that speaks so loudly against hate and violence, is the same media that condones and encourages hate and violence from the Left! They are actually saying that the hatred and violence on the left is “JUSTIFIED”!

Even more shocking, is the fact that various politicians (Globalist/Elites) have also jumped onboard to condone the hatred and violence of the Left. What possible good can come from all this hatred and violence?

When did we become a country that encourages and condones violence and hatred as a way to solve a problem or make a social change?

Our Constitution does not grant us the right to “protest/riot/vandalize or assault people” our constitution grants us the right to “peaceably assemble” in protest.

We are a country of laws. We are supposed to be a civilized nation. Conflicts should be addressed through civil discourse, not civil unrest.

Hatred and violence on EITHER side will only result in more hatred and violence. Hatred has never solved anything. That is a deception of the devil.

With God’s help, I pray people will come to realize the only way to solve our problems is to listen. We should seek to understand the concerns/fears of others and resolve to develop solutions to alleviate them.

May God have his hand on our nation and guide us through this turmoil. In Jesus name, Amen

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Fast and Furious: Draft Contempt Charges Show Depth of Agency Involvement

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Cartoon by “Chip” Bok

May 6th 2012

A section of the draft of contempt charges against Attorney General Eric Holder is dedicated to explaining how Fast & Furious branches off into different departments within the Department of Justice (DOJ).

While most know about the operation being based in Phoenix, the strategy was actually developed in the Office of the Deputy Attorney General (ODAG) in Washington, DC. The ODAG decided it would be brilliant to concentrate on identifying the members of the trafficking network instead of seizing the firearms right away.

The goal was to capture the big fish of the cartels. The ATF Phoenix Field Office decided to use this strategy in Fast & Furious. But that wasn’t good enough for them and in late January 2010 the office “applied for Fast and Furious to become an Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Force (OCDETF) case.” In order to do that the agents had to tell all about their investigative strategy, i.e. gunwalking. It was approved and was given new funding. Also, since it became a prosecutor-led OCDETF Strike Force case, other departments would come in. Those include FBI, DEA, IRS, and ICE under the US Attorney’s Office for the District of Arizona. Fast & Furious came to the attention of ATF headquarters on December 8, 2009. The ATF’s Office of Strategic Information and Intelligence (OSII) told senior personnel about the operation, especially about recoveries of weapons in Mexico. But the more statistics they received, the more concerned they became about the operation.

Deputy ATF Director Billy Hoover called for an exit strategy in March 2010. He received one in May, but we all know it didn’t happen. The office continued to delay the indictments and ATF headquarters never demanded them to arrest the straw purchasers. Operation Wide Receiver, a gun tracking operation during the George W. Bush administration, is often brought up to deflect from Fast & Furious. Most people on the other side want to prosecute that case instead. Well, as it turns out, the DOJ’s Criminal Division sent prosecutors to Arizona to help the US Attorney to prosecute cases, including Wide Receiver. Indeed, Assistant Attorney General in charge of the Criminal Division Lanny Breuer was very interested in the operation. James Trusty, senior official in the Criminal Division’s gang Unit, said Mr. Breuer was very interested in the case and wanted to be briefed on it. A briefing on March 5, 2010, “highlighted the large number of weapons the gun trafficking ring had purchased and discussed recoveries of those weapons in Mexicio.” Steve Martin, Deputy Assistant Director in ATF’s Office of Strategic Intelligence and Information, said everyone knew the guns were being linked to the cartels. However it’s the wiretaps that prove how deeply involved the Criminal Division was with Fast & Furious. It shouldn’t come to anyone’s shock that the DOJ hasn’t handed over the applications to the Committee. After all, the top dogs signed them: Deputy Assistant Attorney Generals Jason Weinstein, Kenneth Blanco, and John Keeney. It’s more than obvious the DOJ can say this was just a local issue. There’s more than enough evidence to prevent them from continuing to brush it off as a rogue field office mistake.

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