Mexico’s president calls for investigation into Obama-era Fast and Furious Operation
Mexico’s president asked the United States for answers and an apology for the Obama-era gun-running operation known as “Fast and Furious.” On Friday, Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador called for an investigation into Operation Fast and Furious to prevent it from happening again.
“What seems serious to me is that a violation of our sovereignty was carried out, a secret operation, and that Mexicans were killed with these weapons,” Lopez Obrador said during a press conference in Mexico City on Friday.
“How could this be? A government that invades in this way, that flagrantly violates sovereignty, international laws,” Lopez Obrador continued. “We have to shine light on this so that an action of this type will never be carried out again.”
“There is still time for the U.S. to apologize,” the Mexican president stated.
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This CSPAN sourced video proves Barack Obama ordered Fast and Furious — his top officials admit it.
This clip was extracted from a CSPAN video. It can still be found in the CSPAN library search by date.
Senior Obama administration officials announce the action that became Fast & Furious. The purpose of the action was to support the Democrat lie that 90% of the guns in Mexico come from America.