When the federal government tracks something like fruits or vegetables, you assume they are doing so to protect the public safety. However, if you were to find out that the government is tracking guns, guns that are outside our borders, would you feel the same way?
Larry alleges that the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (ATF) knowingly placed guns into the hands of people who walked them over our southern border with the supposed intention of following the guns up the criminal chain so that the ATF could find out who’s involved in the cartels.
Was this activity by the ATF really done for law enforcement purposes? You decide when you review this edition of Crosstalk.