The head of the House oversight panel suggests the real reason for the administration's invoking executive privilege in the Fast and Furious case is to hide proof that the operation was part of a push for gun control.Defenders of President Obama's use of executive privilege to provide cover for Attorney General Eric Holder in the gun running fiasco that resulted in the deaths of Border Patrol Agent Brian Terry and ICE Agent Jaime Zapata may dismiss it as just another conspiracy theory. But the suggestion by Rep. Darrell Issa, R Calif., that the deadly operation was conceived to advance the administration's gun control agenda is quite plausible."Here's the real answer as to gun control," Issa said on ABC's "This Week": "We have email from people involved in this that are talking about using what they're finding here to support the -- basically assault weapons -- ban or greater reporting."

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