Well we all remember those days that the media showed then President Obama golfing up a storm. Guess what was happening as he hit the links? Where was all the liberals tears then? Nobody called him out or called him a racist for spending his days golfing.
Was Obama called a racist when he put thousands of Operation fast and Furious guns on our streets?
Nov. 5, 2009 – First Fort Hood shooting
Jan. 8, 2011 – May 2010 Garland, Texas, shooting
July 20, 2012 – Tucson congressional event shooting
Aug. 6, 2012 – Aurora movie theater shooting
Dec. 14, 2012 – Wisconsin Sikh temple shooting
Sept. 16, 2013 – Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting
April 2, 2014 – Navy Yard shooting
April 14, 2014 – Second Fort Hood shooting
June 18, 2015 – Kansas Jewish Community Center shooting
July 16, 2015 – Charleston church shooting
Oct. 1, 2015 – Chattanooga recruiting center shooting
Dec. 2, 2015 – Roseburg community college shooting
Feb. 22, 2016 – San Bernardino community center shooting
June 12, 2016- Orlando nightclub shooting
FEB 20,2017 – Kalamazoo Uber driver shootings
There are about 69+ Examples of the Violent Legacy of Obama’s Fast and Furious Updated May 26, 2016 with info from newly-revealed government documents since 2011, the Justice Department has refused repeated requests from Congress and the news media to fully disclose details of incidents involving guns that had been illegally trafficked to Mexican drug cartels under the watch of U.S. agents in Operation Fast and Furious. The partial list below was compiled using available information.
Known crimes linked to “walked” weapons:
On May 25, 2016, Judicial Watch released a summary of Justice Department records that shows “a total of 94 Fast and Furious firearms have been recovered in Mexico City and 12 Mexican states, with the majority being seized in Sonora, Chihuahua and Sinaloa. Of the weapons recovered, 82 were rifles and 12 were pistols identified as having been part of the Fast and Furious program. Reports suggest the Fast and Furious guns are tied to at least 69 killings.”
Deaths: at least 43 (update: on May 25, 2016 according to Judicial Watch, “at least 69”) including:
2 U.S. federal agents
3 Mexican police
1 terrorist torture/kidnaping/murder in Mexico
Attempted murders or injuries: 3
1 in Mexico; 2 in U.S.
Kidnapings: 4 (all in Mexico)
Assaults/Shootouts: 4 incidents
2 in Mexico against military; 2 in U.S. against Phoenix law enforcement