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Publisher's Summary

Two hundred and rising. That's the death tally for the Obama administration's "Operation Fast & Furious." The program was supposedly designed to "win the drug war" by deliberately walking more than two thousand guns across the border to Mexico. But instead of catching drug lords, Fast & Furious armed the very kingpins it was supposed to trap.
Despite the protests of gun store owners and ATF whistle-blowers, federal agents deliberately violated federal law-and common sense-and wound up placing American weapons into the hands of Mexico's most violent criminals. And when the guns started showing up at crime scenes-including the murder scene of a U.S. border patrol agent-the cover-up began. So reveals Townhall editor Katie Pavlich in her news-breaking exposé Fast and Furious: Barack Obama's Bloodiest Scandal.
While the White House has claimed ignorance of the program, Pavlich debunks their lies, denials and excuses by demonstrating incontestable proof that President Obama and Attorney General Holder did willfully and knowingly sanction the program in order to advance their anti-second amendment agenda.
A horrifying look at one of the bloodiest scandals in the history of the American presidency, Fast and Furious is this season's sensational, must-listen book that will rock America-and the Obama administration-to its core.
©2012 Katie Pavlich (P)2012 Tantor
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"Absolutely devastating!" Michelle Malkin, author of ( Culture of Corruption)
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5 out of 5 stars
By James on 06-13-12

The 2nd biggest scandle since Watergate

What was the most compelling aspect of this narrative?

Katie Pavlich has compiled a factual account of what we know so far about the Obama administration's program to arm the Mexican drug cartels in order to blame the resulting carnage on 'rogue' gun dealers with the ultimate goal of destroying the second amendment. It is clear from her research why Eric Holder refuses to cooperate with Congress in their efforts to find out who was responsible--it clearly goes AT LEAST as high as Holder himself.

What about Emily Durante’s performance did you like?

Easy to listen to--even if the subject makes you want to tear your hair out.

What’s the most interesting tidbit you’ve picked up from this book?

It's not really news, but the saddest thing is that the only people being punished are the 'whistle blowers', while the political hacks they worked for have been promoted and protected. That, and the twisted logic that would make liberals actually believe 1) that such a hair-brained scheme would succeed in negating the second amendment and 2) the obvious racism of the liberal mind that Mexican's being slaughtered by guns provided by the Obama regime apparently are not an ethical or moral factor worthy of consideration. Oh, I'm sorry, I mentioned morals and ethics in the same sentence with liberals--my bad!

Any additional comments?

Oh yeah, the biggest scandal since Watergate is the treasonous disclosure of state secrets by the White House to make Obama look like a "tough guy", regardless of what it does to little people like the Pakistani doctor or the reputation of the United States as a worthy partner in sensitive intelligence operations. Now that will be a REALLY interesting book! Get going Katie!

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8 of 8 people found this review helpful

4 out of 5 stars
By brian on 07-31-12


Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

Yes,it is very informative.after listening i did my own research and found it to be 100% acurate.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?


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3 of 3 people found this review helpful

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5 out of 5 stars
By Chris on 12-02-16

A shocking scandal well reported

This is a very well researched book on a totally underreported and excused scandal that deserves a lot more attention.

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