Congressman trumps Holder’s race card, asks if Mexican gun-walking deaths were ‘racially motivated’
Arizona Republican Rep. Paul Gosar told The Daily Caller that Attorney General Eric Holder’s race-card play to attack his critics is “absolutely horrendous.” But Gosar said he thinks race may have played a role in the Department of Justice’s execution of Operation Fast and Furious — but in a different way from how Holder is framing it.
“He [Holder] brought up the race card, and while I think it’s absolutely horrendous that he would bring up the race card, in Fast and Furious, we were in fact impugning the Mexican people,” Gosar said in a phone interview. “About 300 people have lost their lives.”
“When the attorney general brings up the race card, he’d better be very, very careful — particularly for the Hispanics and what’s happened to them,” Gosar adds. “He’s been very insensitive, not only to the [U.S. Border Patrol agent Brian] Terry family in making an apology and making it very public, but where’s the apology to the Mexican government and the families of the victims in Mexico?”
Read more by Matthew Boyle in The Daily Caller
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- When Holder loses control, it’s ‘not good for the country’ as ‘people end up dying’
- ABC and NBC Spike Eric Holder’s ‘Fast and Furious’ Testimony
- Obama apologizes for Afghan slayings, still ignores Mexican ‘Fast and Furious’ murders
- Mexican AG: “Obama More Involved In Fast & Furious Than Admitted!”
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