Scott Horton Interviews David Codrea

Scott Horton, December 09, 2011

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David Codrea, columnist and gun rights advocate, discusses the “Fast and Furious” scandal implicating several government departments in helping gunrunners buy guns in the US and transport them to Mexico (apparently in order to boost statistics on illegal gun use, in order to justify more restrictive domestic gun laws); the Clean Up ATF website, put together by fed-up whistleblowers, that helped break the story; why a special prosecutor is needed to stop the Obama administration’s coverup and start indictments; the ongoing Congressional hearings; and why Attorney General Eric Holder is probably guilty of obstructing justice and perjury (and certainly is unfit to perform his job duties).

MP3 here. (20:02)

David Codrea is a long-time gun rights advocate who defiantly challenges the folly of citizen disarmament. He is a field editor for GUNS Magazine, and a blogger at The War on Guns: Notes from the Resistance.

7 Responses to “David Codrea”

  1. If America ever did get some common horse sense, first thing we would do is take all guns away from government. Actually, I ran for Sheriff on that platform, promised if elected would require all deputies to stop getting a god-ego strapping a killing machine to their bodies, promised to stop terrorizing little children by keeping guns locked in trunks until they encounter mortal danger. Now you’ll never guess how many traffic tickets that cost me.

  2. Either no one should have guns or ever man should have the right to carry a gun. For a gun is nothing more then an extension of a man’s deadly force, a thing no woman has, for it is the natural instinct in men to kill to save a loved one.

    For in a world where near every man feels he deserves to be rich, where the more wealth a man has the more is he willing to fight for wealth and to kill to protect excessive wealth, if only government had guns there would be a monopoly on the use of force and violence by only the most wealth corrupted individuals in society.

  3. Why aren't there ATF, DEA and (In)Justice Department officials in jail over this outright criminality? It's time for Eric Holder to do the perp walk.

  4. If America ever did get some common horse sense, first thing we would do is take all guns away from government. Actually, I ran for Sheriff on that platform, promised if elected would require all deputies to stop getting a god-ego strapping a killing machine to their bodies, promised to stop terrorizing little children by keeping guns locked in trunks until they encounter mortal danger. Now you’ll never guess how many traffic tickets that cost me.

  5. Either no one should have guns or ever man should have the right to carry a gun. For a gun is nothing more then an extension of a man’s deadly force, a thing no woman has, for it is the natural instinct in men to kill to save a loved one.

    For in a world where near every man feels he deserves to be rich, where the more wealth a man has the more is he willing to fight for wealth and to kill to protect excessive wealth, if only government had guns there would be a monopoly on the use of force and violence by only the most wealth corrupted individuals in society.

  6. Because, we will do NOTHING to hold them accountable!

  7. One of your worst interviews, There were hardly any facts discussed just pro gun hysteria, talking points and straw men arguments. How many guns head south? what about all the cash? ammo sales? what is the estimate of total gun sales in the south west not connected with F&F operation? What is the gun of choice for the Mexican drug gangs / Military?

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