ATF Fires Managers over Fast and Furious, Obama and Holder Get Off Scot-Free

This past week, the Obama media made sure the Duchess of Cambridge's bout with morning sickness beat out the latest news on Operation Fast and Furious.  Nonetheless, the two stories have one thing in common -- they're both vomit-inducing. On Tuesday, the Wall Street Journal reported that the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms Professional Review Board recommended the firing of four senior officials involved in the Obama administration's gun-walking program.  Fast and Furious commenced in 2009 and eventually led to the deaths of agents Brian Terry and Jaime Zapata and hundreds of Mexican citizens. In addition to the high-level managers, two ATF employees were also cited for disciplinary actions. The managers recommended for termination, according to people familiar with the matter, are Mark Chait, former assistant director for field operations; William McMahon, who oversaw field operations in the Western U.S.; William Newell, former chief of...(Read Full Post)