House committee pressing DHS for answers over missing guns, badges

House Republicans are pressing the Department of Homeland Security for answers following a report that hundreds of badges, cell phones and guns belonging to DHS employees were lost or stolen.

House oversight committee Chairman Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah, in a Feb. 19 letter to DHS Secretary Jeh Johnson, called it “particularly troubling … that the Department cannot account for its entire inventory of firearms.”

  • Ron MacDonald
  • Xavier

    You mean that stuff I bought on eBay was real?

  • David

    The rot in the oval office has permeated the entire government.

  • Millie_Woods

    The US would be better off if janitors were running the country. Literally.

    • Xavier

      We should randomly pick people out of the returns line at Walmart. At least they understand the rules of a civilized society.

      • FactsWillOut

        Public servants should be selected by lottery.

  • bob e

    careful or you will expose holder & barry o’frauds
    weapons operation to the drug cartels. it is a big money
    maker & o’fraud can retire to his $225 mil seaside villa on the shores of the persian gulf in the UAE ..

  • FactsWillOut

    The fix for this is to have full-auto weapons for sale in hardware stores, with no more control over their sale than the control over shovels. Then no-one would care if some gov’t agency lost all it’s guns.
    That’s what the 2A means.