Dear Media Matters:
I am so sick and tired of your blatant lies about Operation Fast & Furious. So incredibly sick of it. If you gave a damn about humanity, you would be all over this story like a fat kid on a cupcake. If you were truly a media watchdog group you’d be all over the media for not covering it.
But you’re not. You keep touting the same lies and spin the Department of Justice vomits and you should be ashamed of yourself.
I am specifically looking at you, Matt Gertz. You’re supposed to be the Deputy Research Director at MMfA yet you keep saying over and over and over that Fast & Furious had NOTHING to do with gun control. How many times have I pointed out CBS’s Sharyl Attkisson’s December 7th article? I pointed it out to you on Big Journalism and Twitter. Have you read it?
What level is your reading comprehension, Matt? The title says it all. The documents, which are included in the article, show major players trying to use the operation to make the case for stronger gun control.
I hate to bring Ms. Attkisson into this, but I know she is as passionate about Fast & Furious as I am. I know MMfA writers don’t care for Breitbart writers (can’t blame them, since we blow them out of the water all the time) but haven’t they gone after Ms. Attkisson about this article? I didn’t write about it first. I didn’t say anything about it first. She did. So is she wrong, MMfA? Is she?!
I would love to debate Media Matters, especially Gertz, on this topic. I know I will win because I have the FACTS on my side. I sort of feel sorry for you, MMfA, because it does suck when the facts aren’t on your side and don’t fit your agenda. It really does, but SUCK IT UP. It disgusts me to no end that you don’t care at all that this operation caused the murder of Agent Terry and 300+ Mexicans.
You are no better than the people who implemented this stupid operation. Your agenda trumps public safety. That is disgusting and repulsive. Who care if people will die, even our own? Just as long as the agenda is met, that’s all that matters, right? Did you know Agent Dodson’s superior told him “you must break a few eggs to make an omelet”? Do you agree with that, especially when it comes to someone’s life? Is stricter gun control more important than public safety?
It’s on, Gertz and Media Matters. I’m not going to stop confronting this until you address that article by Ms. Attkisson. You try to dispute everything else, but you never talk about this one. Take it on. Dispute it.
I dare you.