Lead to this:
"Fast and Furious", the criminal operation not the movie, is about to burst open again.
The New York Post finally gets it right in one paragraph. Here it is:
Fast and Furious was a Justice Department program that allowed assault weapons — including .50-caliber rifles powerful enough to take down a helicopter — to be sold to Mexican drug cartels allegedly as a way to track them. But internal documents later revealed the real goal was to gin up a crisis requiring a crackdown on guns in America. Fast and Furious was merely a pretext for imposing stricter gun laws.
Well now, isn't it refreshing to see a news outlet telling the truth for a change?
Will someone in New York buy that man a cigar?