David Codrea notes that Acting DOJ Inspector General Cynthia Schnedar is doing precisely what her former co-counsel Eric Holder has asked of her, stonewalling the investigation into Operation Fast and Furious for longer than it took for the Warren Commission to investigate JFK’s murder.
…as of today, DOJ operative Schnedar has now taken more time than the Warren Commission did to produce its report on the Kennedy assassination. That investigation, which took 303 days, was established on November 27, 1963 and their 888-page findings were delivered to President Johnson on September 24, 1964.
Today marks the 303rd day of the OIG being “asked to investigate” Fast and Furious. Does anyone really believe the report they eventually get around to producing will answer all our questions?
Or any of the really important ones?
Schnedar is politically aligned with Holder and has no intention of seeing her ally or the Obama Administration take the fall for Operation Fast and Furious, no matter how many people have died.