Secret Service Is Fast-And-Furious In Crushing Anti-Holder Protest

Tyler Durden's picture

Via Mike Krieger of Liberty Blitzkrieg blog,

Another terrorist attack thwarted.  Another protest crushed.  Take that Al Qaeda!

You know the Obama goons couldn’t stand this photo below.  You know, since their only rebuttal to any criticism to the fact this entire Administration appears to be complete and total criminals is to yell “racist!”


A huge kudos to this guy for calling out the BS.

Key quotes:

Agents on scene claimed a backpack abandoned on a sidewalk was a “suspicious package,” closing the Pennsylvania Avenue pedestrian mall in front of the White House, and the adjoining Lafayette Park, from protesters and tourists. All pedestrian traffic, including media, was forced to retreat to side streets.

“To me, it seems like a bit of an overreaction to evacuate the entire — like — I don’t know. Was the White House evacuated?” Darcy said.

“It did seem very odd that during a protest of Attorney General Eric Holder and Barack Obama in front of the White House that all of a sudden there was a mysterious bag left — accidentally, right?” Darcy continued.

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bob_dabolina's picture

That guy is awesome.


I dream of a day when the truthers overwhelm the liars.  Way to be brother. 

nmewn's picture

lol...I'll just drop this puppy right here...

The career path of former U.S. Attorney Dennis Burke can be charted through an ascending string of jobs from Arizona's Supreme Court to the U.S. Senate, White House, Department of Homeland Security and Justice Department.

It is a resume that spans more than two decades in three branches of government.

Then, suddenly, it nose-dives on Aug. 30, 2011, when Burke resigned as U.S. attorney amid a scandal over a gun-smuggling case known as Operation Fast and Furious.

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Colombian Gringo's picture

Yeah, that was a wonderful photo. Suck it Holder, real hard.

Doña K's picture

There will be martial law before the elections and a Chavez style takeover by the O'Bummer gang.

Herd Redirection Committee's picture

This way of operating is just typical of the CIA et al.  When information you don't like comes out then immediately release ten to twelve absurd conspiracy theories, and then use them as red herrings to discredit the embarassing information (this is known as disinformation, FYI).  When there is a protest you want to break up, infiltrate it with thugs in masks, have them commit violent acts, then brand the entire protest as violent, and break it up.  If there is a protest that you can't infilitrate as easily (due to small numbers or members of the protest being familiar with one another) then apparently you just leave an empty back pack nearby and then BOOM "shut it down! Shut it all down!" 

FEDbuster's picture

Here is a Tea Party brother exercising his Second Amendment rights at an Obama appearance in Arizona a couple years ago (this was the one where CNN and MSNBC wouldn't show the color of his skin when reporting the story, their focus was on the guns):


Bobbyrib's picture

That's only a picture, not an article. That being said I would not let a guy like that around the president if I were in the secret service too. If he would have shown up to confront Cheney over all his lies leading to the Iraq War, he would have gotten worse.

JimBowie1958's picture

Yeah, because us peasants cant be allowed weapons when our lords are too close, right?

Wake up dude, you think like a serf.

Was there any evidence at all that this particular citizen had any malicious intent at all? It would only seem malicious if carrying a gun around seems bizare to you and inexplicable unless it is intended to be used to harm someone.

That is bullshit gun grabbing group-think.


ZeroAvatar's picture

Yeah...besides, he may have shown up with 'other' intentions, and then changed his mind.  I don't like the looks of that setup.

GeezerGeek's picture

There is an obvious solution to the problem presented by backpacks: outlaw them. After all, there is nothing in the Bill of Rights that guarantees the right to keep and bear backpacks.

F. Bastiat's picture

I don't think they're smart enough, frankly.  Possibility is very remote, IMO, but it's certainly there.

john39's picture

they are not in control.  they are the face of the operation.

Clashfan's picture

Don't think they're smart enough? Who are you? They are trained in counter-intel. Duh.

Herd Redirection Committee's picture

Corporations like UFC have used paid posters to influence opinions on the internet for AT LEAST 8 years.  So, if you think gov'ts and intelligence agencies don't do the same...

giovanni_f's picture

Chavez was elected, asshole.

Ace Ventura's picture

Not that I don't think it's a possibility, but we heard this concern during the waning days of the Bush administration as well. I doubt TPTB have to resort to postponing the election and declaring martial law, given they have once again successfully presented their two puppets of choice for POTUS.

Now if by some miracle the liberty fires refuse to go out and the RP 2012 crew successfully generates a brokered convention (a remote possibility at best)......THEN I believe there will be some sort of 'event' that will leave the establishment 'no choice' but to delay the whole thing until 'safety can be restored'.

Not that they need to do that either, because even if by some form of divine intervention RP wins the nomination and hands Barry Soetoro his hind-quarters during the will see the greatest example of bipartisan congressional unity since the 18th century as the entire den of vipers rally to obstruct every restorative move RP tries to enact. LOL, you wanna see congressional unity on capitol dunghill? Elect Ron Paul and watch the parasites unite!


F. Bastiat's picture

Dennis Burke authored Clinton's assault weapons ban, as well. A long and sordid history of attacks upon our Constitution in general and the 2nd amendment in particular.

sadmamapatriot's picture

Maybe you have already seen this but it from when Holder worked for Clinton. 

sunaJ's picture

The "abandoned backpack" line exemplifies our rulemaking process perfectly.  There are plenty of laws on the books already, they are just never enforced.  When it benefits them to use it, they will.  Truth has nothing to do with it.  A backpack, after all, demands an increase of security and scrutiny because it benefitted them at the moment.  The illegal open-ended "war on terror," government corruption, secret loans of trillions of dollars and systemic fraud in the national markets, well, also an example of selective enforcement of our laws.

Gamma735's picture

And how has the current selective enforcement been different from any other society that has ever existed?  The Oligarchy is always been above reproach, at least until revolution comes and a new oligarchy is created.

DanDaley's picture

You're just a pawn, but pawns win or lose most chess games.

Bobbyrib's picture

Exactly. Seems to me a lot of partisans are on this thread. How long has this crap been going on and now that it is not their party in power they get upset.

OMG, you mean his First Amendment right was violated by the Secret Service!?

Al Gorerhythm's picture

Screw leaving a backpack. Will someone please leave a flaming bag of dog shit there for them to extinguish next time.

General Decline's picture

The flaming bag O' shit you speak of is sitting in the oval office.

Manthong's picture

If he was a Black Panther in jackboots, paramilitary duds and a head beater on his belt, holding a sign that said “ Back off our AG or we’ll bust your cracker asses!”, the White House would have sent hot hors d'oeuvres and beverages out to him.

Al Gorerhythm's picture

I recieved an email the other day that went along the lines like this:

A man of dark hue was fired by the foreman of a major factory. 

He protested; "You're a racist. You're firing me because I'm black!"

The foreman replied; "We hired you because you were black. We're firing you because you are useless!"

Extrapolate that out to Obama.

Shoe fits? Especially after the doey-eyed adulation he received from his "community". Oprah was sickening although there was reason for great hope for the American Dream.

We'll fire the white guy, next in line, for the same reason, although he won't be hired because of some affirmative action shit. It'll be the misplaced adulation and hopium or just plain old "steal-on-my-behalf-ism" that will get him in. It's good to see the masses sllloooooowwwlllyy waking up.

AnAnonymous's picture

We'll fire the white guy, next in line, for the same reason, although he won't be hired because of some affirmative action shit.


Affirmative action shit? The US has been a story of affirmative action from the beginning.

Dont bite the hand that has been feeding you.

Al Gorerhythm's picture

Oh thank you sir. Can I have some more?

akak's picture


Affirmative action shit? The US has been a story of affirmative action from the beginning.

Affirmative action shit?

The authoritarian, totalitarian Chinese regime has been a story of affirmative action from the beginning!

That is to say, affirmatively killing hundreds of thousands or millions of its own citizens since 221 BC, when first emperor Chin Shi Huang Di ("He Who Covered 10,000 Roadsides in Patriotic Nightsoil") killed untold numbers of his own subjects in vainglorious Chinese Citizenism projects such as building Great Walls of Stupidity, and many square mile tomb project for the monster who modern Sons of Heaven still revere as founder of their nation.

Hypocrisy, hypocrisy, thrice-told hypocrisy!  It is part and package of insidious Chinese Citizenism.

TheFourthStooge-ing's picture

akak said:

Hypocrisy, hypocrisy, thrice-told hypocrisy!  It is part and package of insidious Chinese Citizenism.

You must admit, though, that Chinese citizenism has fetching cuisine.

akak's picture


You must admit, though, that Chinese citizenism has fetching cuisine.


Well, you mean that their cuisine was fetching, at least before being skinned alive and roasted.


(My own pre-roasted Chinese Citizenism cuisine item, being a Siberian Husky, is not much of one for fetching himself.)

Normalcy Bias's picture

...and educated, because he included "must."

ACP's picture

Somehow, I'm not surprised.

So the Secret Service just invented the "mini-false-flag."

Who says the government can't be innovative (in the interest of suppression of Free Speech)?

Ignatius's picture

Or he might be a black Republican.

There are a few, I've heard.

Anyway, all for the consumption of those who even care, which I don't. 

Vote Obomney 2012

P.S. Holder sucks donkey d*cks

Mr Lennon Hendrix's picture

If we take back the money supply none of this circus would matter.  But keep watching the bears drive in clown cars, keep focusing on the hocus pocus.  Whatever.

nmewn's picture

Agreed...I was number six.

But this deals (the larger subject at hand) with deception and the ability to keep control of our money.

Something a crony control freak can never abide. That is ultimately what F&F was always about...control...taking away one of the means (should the need arise) of resisting tyranny, coercion and control.

No right minded "government operation" allows weapons to flow into the hands of known criminals, who will use them obviously, only to use the death of innocents, as a premise to enact law on the other innocents.

Thats what it was.

Clashfan's picture

You can believe that but cannot see that 911 was an inside job?

Disenchanted's picture



I've got this feeling that had the 'blue team' been in charge in the White House, nmewn would be on the 9/11 inside job thing like stink on shit.


Speaking of racism and supremacism it sure has been quiet in USZio media about Israel deporting and interning African migrant workers because "they threaten the character of the Jewish State."

But Phil Giraldi points out the prime example of Zionist Jew hypocrisy in the USA, Abraham Foxman:


More recently, Foxman has criticized race riots in Tel Aviv targeting Africans, who have been described by leading Israeli politicians as “infiltrators” and a “cancer,” while carefully and repeatedly noting that the violence was in response to crimes committed by the refugees, his way of always exonerating Israeli actions while delivering the mildest possible slap on the wrist. In contrast to his generous understanding of what he sees as the Israeli dilemma on immigrants, he is tough on his fellow citizens who oppose illegal immigration in the U.S. In May 2010 he referred to Arizona’s illegal immigrant legislation as an example of “nativism” and “bigotry,” manifestly “mean spirited” and xenophobic. He has not commented on the recent statement by Israeli Interior Minister Eli Yishai that Africans must learn that “Israel is for the white man.” Even Foxman might find it difficult to explain that one.


excerpt from: Abe Foxman in Search of Enemies


When consuming USA Zionist centric MSM products please use protection:



nmewn's picture

There is no Blue Team/Red Team anymore...haven't you heard?...a massive tax increase was just passed on ALL of us.

The young and healthy hit hardest.

Disenchanted's picture




It took that before you finally figured it out? I figured it out in the Clinton era and I thought I was a bit slow...

nmewn's picture


Ah mah be slo but onc'n Ize gets mah hands onit...Ize hang on like a pitbull.

nmewn's picture

Dear Truther Clashfan,

This is the second time you've used the one liner..."You can believe that but cannot see that 911 was an inside job?" I'm starting to develop my own conspiracy theory based on

The first element of any good conspiracy theory is it must contain at least one truth, visible to all.

Truth number one...we know all governments are prone to incompetence and inefficiency by their very nature. Truth number two...we also know the larger a government is, the larger its incompetence and inefficiency.

Its very close to a law of nature.

You ask me to believe that, they could conduct a vast, intricate, top secret operation (like 911), requiring hundreds if not thousands of "agents" (foreign & domestic) along with every moving part meshing together perfectly, resulting in thousands of victims and keep it undetected and do it on a shoestring budget.

But we have already seen that they can't keep a top secret operation (like Fast & Furious) a secret for very long at all, even with ten million dollars concentrated on it from Obama's "shovel ready stimulus plan" and with a limited number of "agents", resulting in only a few hundred victims.

You're asking me to go against the laws of nature & government...they really aren't that smart or efficient.