The Biden administration’s plans on gun control are really bad and instead of addressing the real underlying problems when it comes to gun violence, President Biden is pushing politically divisive measures that could seriously damage our right to keep and bear arms without making the nation any safer.
Last summer he signed into law the first major federal gun safety legislation passed in decades.
“God willing, it’s going to save a lot of lives,” Biden said at the White House as he finished signing the bill.
Biden added, “If we can reach compromise on guns, we ought to be able to reach a compromise on other critical issues, from veterans’ health care to cutting-edge American innovation and so much more. I know there’s much more work to do, and I’m never going to give up, but this is a monumental day.”
Yesterday while he was trying to explain his legislation Biden accidentally revealed that he doesn’t have a clue about guns or the difference between round and bullet!
Starting to think he might not understand “his” legislation
My brain hurts after listening to the guy for more than 30 seconds, and that’s being generous because the imbecility usually flows within the first utterances. Remember, Biden is a lawyer, as he’s so often reminded us. He’s supposed to have some basic understanding of the law and how to address it.
For the life of me, I don’t understand why the White House staffers who control Biden continue to put him in these kinds of positions. I suspect the president is stubborn enough to demand his voice be heard, but when being heard constantly leads to stuff like this, it’s best to be quiet. That’s a lesson Biden has not and obviously will not learn–before he finally heads to his Delaware beach house for good instead of just four days a week.
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