Donald Trump Reportedly Promises Answers On “Fast And Furious” To Victim’s Brother

posted on June 1, 2016

Will we finally get some answers on “Fast and Furious”? 

Kent Terry, the brother of Border Patrol agent Brian Terry, whose murder was linked to guns smuggled to the Mexican drug cartels through the Justice Department’s disastrous Fast and Furious scheme, has tweeted that he met with Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, who “promised answers” about the gunrunning operation that—so far—has been shrouded in secrecy, obstruction and obfuscation, Ammoland reports. 

“When I become president I will open the books on Fast and Furious and Brian,” Trump reportedly told Kent Terry, leading Terry to note, “First time in Brian’s death I honestly believe Mr. Trump will get answers.” 

Such an investigation could prove costly to former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. As David Codrea wrote at Ammoland, it “could get honest investigative journalists asking what Hillary knew and when she knew it ... What was Hillary’s State Department doing while diplomatic channels were reportedly being bypassed and arms export laws were apparently being ignored ...?”

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