Valerie Jarrett Key Player in Fast and Furious Cover-Up After Holder Lied to Congress - Judicial Watch
Obama Asserts Fast and Furious Executive Privilege Claim for Holder
The Fast and Furious scandal seems to have grown new legs.
The description of one of the e-mails, written from Jarrett to Holder, reads, “re: personnel issues.” Another, also from Jarrett, reads, “outlining and discussing preferred course of action for future responses in light of recent development in congressional investigation.” Unfortunately, the index is vague and that’s all the information we have about them. Nevertheless, given the timing and subject of these e-mails, it seems clear that Jarrett quickly became a key player in the Fast and Furious cover-up in the immediate aftermath of the revelation that Holder had lied to Congress.
Granted, this isn't exactly "smoking gun" stuff but it does show hard evidence that the administration was, at a minimum, more concerned about the political fallout of the F&F revelations than it was about the fact that their people had allowed - KNOWINGLY ALLOWED - guns to be transferred not only to prohibited persons but to known dangerous criminals.