Sunday, January 27, 2013

One Simple Question: 5.56 or 7.62?

Posted by Ann Barnhardt - January 25, AD 2013 8:29 PM MST

Click through and read the whole thing.
Here's the money quote:
Therefore, the question that is simply asked and objectively answered, without placing any of the SF or CIA operatives at mortal risk is a simple one. You see, the Kalashnikov rifle chambers a 7.62 mm round. The US M-4 rifle chambers a 5.56 mm round. What is widely reported and accepted is that at least two of the TDY Green Berets who were assigned by the CIA as ARSO’s (assistant regional safety officers) were badly wounded and were treated for multiple gunshot wounds after they rescued over 20 civilian CIA workers from the compound.

The single question that needs to be asked is: “Were the rounds taken out of the wounded ARSO’s 7.62 mm or 5.56 mm?” And when the answer comes back “5.56 mm”, it opens the door to the proof that the cover up was meant to hide the fact that the Obama administration had been caught once again arming offshore groups that did not have the interests of our country at heart.
**The Obama regime supplied countless AKs to the Mexican Drug Cartels in Fast and Furious and other similar programs (there were many - almost one for every ATF office, including inland offices supplying guns to Chicago branches of the Mexcian cartels), so a 7.62 round would by no means exonerate the regime. But a 5.56 would be extra-damning. Dollars to doughnuts says it's 5.56.

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