One of the most infuriating things about the gun control lobby is that it knows absolutely nothing about guns. Instead of bothering to learn what certain weapon systems can do and how, what the different parts of a firearm are, what the different terms surrounding firearms and their accessories mean, they just use words they don’t understand to demand the curtailing of rights they don’t like.
Such was obviously the case with Biden during a recent speech, during which he said that he wants to “ban the number of bullets that can go in a magazine,” whatever that means. He most likely meant that he wants Congress to pass a federal magazine capacity bill. He then went on to threaten dissidents with F-15s if they try to fight the government. In his words:
“I am going to get ‘assault weapons’ banned. I did it once and I’m going to do it again. And ban the number of bullets that can go in a magazine. There’s no no need for any of that.“I love my right-wing friends who talk about the tree of liberty is watered with the blood of patriots. If you need to worry about taking on the federal government you need some F-15s. You don’t need an AR-15. Think about it.”
So, at a time when illegals are flooding across the border, inflation is making your bills ever more painful, gas prices are making you wince, American’s international credibility is gone, and the economy is teetering, Biden wants to strip you of your rights and can’t even be bothered to get the terminology right. Watch him here:
This isn’t the first time that Team Biden has come out in favor of radical gun control laws recently. Speaking on the topic over the summer, following the House of Representative’s passing of an Assault Weapons Ban, Biden said:
When I signed the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act – the first significant piece of gun safety legislation in nearly 30 years – I said that there was still work to be done to keep our communities safe and keep dangerous firearms out of dangerous hands. When guns are the number one killer of children in America, when more children die from guns than active-duty police and active-duty military combined, we have to act. Today, House Democrats acted by unifying to pass an assault weapons ban to keep weapons of war off our streets, save lives in this country, and reduce crime in our communities.
The majority of the American people agree with this common sense action. The Senate should move quickly to get this bill to my desk, and I will not stop fighting until it does. There can be no greater responsibility than to do all we can to ensure the safety of our families, our children, our homes, our communities, and our nation.
More recently Biden’s Press Secretary, Karine Jean-Pierre came out in support of gun control after Illinois passed an assault weapons ban, saying:
Illinois has now become the ninth state across America to pass an assault weapons ban and take bold action to keep weapons of war off America’s streets. Today, President Biden commends the leadership of Illinois Governor J.B. Pritzker, House Speaker Chris Welch, Senate President Don Harmon, Representative Bob Morgan, and the numerous advocates, survivors, and elected officials whose tireless efforts turned the pain of Highland Park and other acts of gun violence into meaningful action on behalf of all Illinoisans.
Too many Americans across the country continue to lose their lives or their loved ones to gun violence. This is why President Biden has taken historic action to reduce gun violence, including signing the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act — the first significant piece of gun safety legislation in nearly 30 years – into law last summer. The President has continued to press for more action to keep our homes, schools and communities safe, including federal laws requiring background checks for all gun sales and a ban on assault weapons and high-capacity magazines. In the meantime, he continues to urge other states to join California, New Jersey, Connecticut, Hawaii, Maryland, Massachusetts, New York, Delaware, Washington, D.C. – and now, Illinois — to ban assault weapons at the state level to save lives.
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