J. Christian Adams, a former U.S. Justice Department official, and author of the best seller, Injustice: Exposing the Racial Agenda of the Obama Justice Department, served as moderator for the panel entitled: “Obama vs. The Constitution: How a Harvard Law Graduate President is Shredding the Constitution.”
Panelists included former Attorney General Ed Meese, who now chairs the Center for Legal and Judicial Studies at the Heritage Foundation, Carrie Severino, chief counsel and policy director for Judicial Crisis Network, and Sheriff Paul Babeu, Pinal County, Arizona and candidate for U.S. Congress in Arizona’s new 4th congressional district.
Sheriff Babeu chose to speak about Fast and Furious for the duration of his talk.
“When this Attorney General was given an opportunity in congress to apologize to the Terry family, what did he do?
The man has no shame.”
Holder had told Congress that “there’s not necessarily a connection between the fast and Furious and the murder of Brian Terry.”
Babeu also made the salient point that the idea that the Obama administration was behind Fast and Furious in order to curtail 2nd Amendment rights was “not a wild-eyed right-wing conspiracy, any longer.”