Sabtu, 17 Desember 2011

73 Members Of Congress Sign A Vote Of No Confidence Against Obama's Attorney General Eric Holder Due To 'Fast And Furious' Deaths

85 Member Of Congress Want Him Gone

Attorney General Eric Holder and President Barack Obama

73 congressional lawmakers signed a "Vote of no Confidence" resolution against President Obama's Attorney General, Eric Holder, as they want him to resign or be fired. Holder is responsible for the deaths of three U.S. police border patrol agents and hundreds of Mexican civilians, as he illegally trafficked guns into Mexico to the drug cartels, without the consent of their government.

Eric Holder and his crazy smile

Said guns Holder bought with U.S. taxpayer money, were found in the home of a Mexican drug cartel assassin and at various crimes scenes in Mexico and in America along the border. The case was exposed in the press, due to the tragic death of U.S. border patrol agent, Brian Terry, who was killed on the job by a drug cartel using the weapons Holder purchased and trafficked into Mexico.

Weapons issued by Obama's Department Of Justice, bought with U.S. taxpayer money, in the home of a Mexican drug cartel assassin, who among others, used the guns to kill many innocent people, including two Americans


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Thursday, December 15, 2011 - Rep. Paul Gosar's resolution of no confidence against Eric Holder has 73 cosponsors. Arizona Republican Rep. Paul Gosar’s office announced on Thursday morning that it has 73 cosponsors on its House of Representatives resolution of “no confidence” in Attorney General Eric Holder’s ability to serve. Between the 57 congressmen demanding that Holder resign and those who have signed onto Gosar’s resolution, there are now a total of 85 members of Congress who don’t trust Holder in his office.

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