Liberal commentator and unpaid Fox News Channel contributor Sally Kohn tweeted a profanity-laced comment about Operation Fast and Furious on Tuesday evening after the presidential debate, writing, “Dear conservatives — NO ONE GIVES A SH*T ABOUT FAST & FURIOUS. Manufactured issue, was a mistake and was resolved.”
After a number of people on Twitter replied to that Tweet expressing disgust with Kohn’s remarks, she added, “To clarify, OF COURSE I care about [Border Patrol agent] Brian Terry [who was killed with Fast and Furious weapons] and others — but no, American voters do not care about GOP conspiracy theory.”
While Kohn might not care about the scandal, 131 members of the U.S. House, eight U.S. senators, two sitting governors, Republican nominee Mitt Romney and many more have demanded Attorney General Eric Holder’s resignation over the scandal.
Scores of congressional Democrats have joined the fray as well, most noticeably those that voted to hold Attorney General Eric Holder in both criminal and civil contempt of Congress for withholding Fast and Furious documents from congressional investigators. President Barack Obama’s former green jobs czar, Van Jones, has also attacked Holder and President Barack Obama for the scandal, saying it’s proof that “we just don’t value all life the same.”