Rep. Paul Gosar was on the U.S. House Committee that voted to hold U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder in contempt of Congress in wake of botched Operation Fast & Furious gun-running case.
“Mr. Holder continues in his latest actions to show his contempt for our constitutional rights, our border, Arizonans and all Americans by evading oversight," said Rep. Gosar.
"After months of stonewalling, excuses and half truths Mr. Holder has run out of time and second chances. I was pleased to cast my vote in committee to send to the floor of the motion to hold Mr. Holder in contempt for his actions and inaction with regard to Fast and Furious. 114 members of Congress have signed onto my Resolution of No Confidence (H.Res.490) in Mr. Holder. Now those same members and others will get to vote to hold him in contempt of Congress.”