The interview aired on Dobbs' regular program which is featured on the Fox Business Network. The video of the interview can be viewed by clicking on the image provided below on the left.
Vanderboegh and Codrea have made national news on several occasions since December of 2010 when the two first broke the Fast and Furious story. But recently Vanderboegh and Codrea have been in the news once again due to their filing of an official ethics complaint against Attorney General Eric Holder with the Office of Bar Counsel, Board on Professional Responsibility of the District of Columbia Court of Appeals.
Holder has been held in contempt of Congress for his role in the Fast and Furious scandal.
The Dobbs interview is a news maker in that it keeps the Fast and Furious scandal on the front burner before the public. But the reaction to the interview has also been a news maker.
The headline at Media Matters reads, "Fox Business' Dobbs Fawns Over Terror-Inspiring Blogger." Media Matters does not address the issues discussed in the interview concerning widespread corruption, deception, duplicity, and cover up on the part of numerous officials in numerous agencies of the Obama administration in Fast and Furious. Rather, the organization, which was founded with funds provided by George Soros, chose to focus solely on the messengers.
Vanderboegh had become the center of controversy in 2010 when he suggested that if congressmen and senators voted in favor of ObamaCare they may be subjected to what he called a "window war" during which unidentified persons would send bricks sailing through the windows of the offices of Democratic representatives in the dead of night. Several reports across the nation surfaced indicating a few bricks had, indeed, been thrown through the windows of the offices of those who voted for ObamaCare.
Further, the Media Matters piece casts Vanderboegh as an instigator of terrorism. At issue is the story of the four elderly men in Georgia who had formed a militia group aimed at killing federal workers. When the four went on trial they claimed that they had been "inspired" to develop such a plot by the writings of Mike Vanderboegh, although they had never met him personally.
Media Matters failed to mention that as soon as Vanderboegh became aware of the defense of the four in court, he quickly denounced them and plainly disavowed any advocacy for the murders of federal employees, or anyone else.
Vanderboegh had written a novel, much of which is available online, called "Absolved" in which he writes about fictitious persons who set out to kill government officials. The four elderly militia members in Georgia had claimed that it was Vanderboegh's novel that gave them the idea to kill government workers.
If novelists are to blame for every act of violence that is "inspired" by their books, then perhaps all are instigators of mayhem, including Tom Clancy, F. Scott Fitzgerald, and Truman Capote, who wrote a most vivid story of two men who went on a brutal murderous rampage in Kansas in the 1950s titled "In Cold Blood."
Media Matters also never mentions numerous instances in which the lives of conservatives are threatened. Sarah Palin, Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, and Glenn Beck have been targets. And in 2010 conservatives were regularly threatened on social networking sites such as Twitter. Several were the targets of extremist liberal ideologues who stated that they planned to rape and torture their wives and children.
This reporter personally witnessed the threats and kept the records of the messages in a special file.
But the central issue at hand is that in spite of attempts to obfuscate the facts on Fast and Furious by diversionary tactics, those facts still stand. As this reporter and others have shown, multiple cabinet level agencies of the Obama administration were involved in the scandal and are still engaged in its cover up to this very day.
And the fact remains that Eric Holder is the first U.S. attorney general in history to be held in contempt of Congress.
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