Twice in the past week, Attorney General Eric Holder faced very tough questioning from House and Senate committees probing the ‘Fast & Furious’ gunwalking scandal. Republicans on both panels demanded his resignation or at least much greater compliance in turning over subpoenaed documents to investigators. Rep. Blake Farenthold is a member of the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee and called for Holder’s resignation months ago. Farenthold tells us why lawmakers have little choice but to approve a contempt citation but also explains how such a step could still be preventable. Farenthold says the paper trail makes it very clear Holder has stonewalled and misled Congress. And in an ironic twist, Farenthold reveals a contempt citation would trigger a Justice Department investigation of its own boss.