Issa: Holder Vote ‘Bipartisan’

Rep. Darrell Issa, the Republican leading the House investigation into the bungled gun sting Fast and Furious, said Sunday that he believes the House will vote to hold Attorney General Eric Holder in contempt—and that it will be a “bipartisan” vote. Speaking on Fox News Sunday, Issa accused Holder of “lying” to Congress about the bungled gun sting, and he insisted they needed the documents that President Obama has invoked executive privilege to protect. Congress will vote this week on whether to hold Holder in contempt over his statements regarding Fast and Furious, and Issa believes Holder knew the gun sting had been bungled before Holder claims he knew.