Wanted: White House Fast and Furious Info
History is repeating itself once again with the reemergence of the “Wanted,” posters from the days of the old west and often made famous by Pinkerton in the late 1800’s. Move forward to 2012 and
The Conservative Caucus, (TCC), has revived the wanted poster practice.
TCC is headquartered in Vienna, Virginia, and is a public policy organization and lobbying group emphasizing grassroots citizen activism. The TCC has produced a wanted poster and is offering a $100,000 Reward to anyone, “For Verifiable Evidence of White House Involvement in Operation Fast & Furious that led to the deaths of US Border Patrol agent Brian Terry, and of Mexican citizens.”
TCC seems to be taking a page from the late Andrew Breitbart, and his reward offer for evidence of misconduct by a Tea Party supporter during a demonstration outside of Congress. No one stepped forward to collect from Breitbart.
In yet another Wanted Poster and reward offered, the federal government has indicted several individuals and is offering rewards for information regarding those wanted in the 2010 shooting of border agent Brian Terry.
A portion of the TCC poster also speaks to whistle-blowers, who may have verifiable evidence of any White House staff having knowledge of Operation Fast & Furious while it was underway. Any information from a whistle-blower will be treated in total confidence according to the poster.