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Session host: Mychal Massie | Session guest: Katie Pavlich
A bloody scandal and its shameless cover-up:
Author Katie Pavlich joins Mychal Massie to discuss what inspired her to write her new book ‘Fast and Furious: Barack Obama’s Bloodiest Scandal and the Shameless Cover-Up’
No scandal is more threatening to the Obama administration than Operation Fast and Furious. While other scandals involve money, Fast and Furious involves lives, including that of Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry, gunned down with a weapon that the federal government put in the hands of Mexico’s narco-terrorists.
As shocking as Operation Fast and Furious was—and Katie’s book explains, in chilling detail, just what this operation conducted by the ATF, under the supervision of the Justice Department, entailed—equally appalling is the blatant cover-up of wrongdoing by the Obama administration. No reporter has been more dogged in tracking down the facts about Fast and Furious than Katie Pavlich.
Journalist Katie Pavlich arrived on the political scene in Washington DC ready to challenge the status quo. As news editor for Townhall.com and a contributing editor to Townhall Magazine, Pavlich has focused attention on topics that many inside the beltway would rather forget or ignore such as illegal immigration, bias in education and the Second Amendment. As a reporter, she has been one of the leading investigative journalists breaking news on Fast and Furious. She is a frequent commenter on Fox News, Fox Business, and MSNBC, as well as on a host of national and local radio shows. Pavlich’s deep love of the outdoors and respect for firearms are rooted in the formative experiences of growing up in the mountains of northern Arizona, rafting the Colorado River through the Grand Canyon, and hunting big game with her father in the forests and deserts that Barry Goldwater called home.
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