If this doesn’t sicken you, you aren’t paying attention:
A well-known whistle-blower in the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives confirmed to FoxNews.com that he was fired this week, and he claims his complaints about Operation Fast and Furious played a role in his dismissal.
Vince Cefalu said he was served his termination papers Tuesday in a Denny’s parking lot in South Lake Tahoe, Calif. But he doesn’t plan to go quietly.
“It will be challenged,” he said.
Cefalu is a good cop who fought for years to clean up a dirty agency that all too often seems to view the law as an impediment. He might have been kept in backwater assignments for punishment in his efforts to clean up ATF, but he embarrassed the Obama Administration and was therefore terminated… and in a Denny’s parking lot at that.
Sadly, I fear a similar fate will befall the other ATF whistleblowers that stepped forward to tell the truth about the deadliest plot in U.S. Presidential history.
The body count from this gun-walking plot is in the hundreds, and will continue to rise for years to come. No Obama Administration official has faced any sanctions, not so much as a slap on the wrist, and no criminal charges have been filed, because Eric Holder and Barack Obama refuse to allow a criminal investigation into their felony violations of the Arms Export Control Act, the Kingpin Act, RICO, and other charges that would make Barack Obama the first U.S. President to live out his retirement in a federal prison.
I can only hope that President Romney will appoint a special prosecutor, but I fully expect Obama’s last spiteful act as he’s kicked out of office is to preemptively pardon those who would implicate him.