Biden Solidifies Role As Dictator During Gun Control Unveil

Joe Biden unveiled a series of Executive Orders on Thursday restricting Second Amendment rights for lawful gun owners. During his speech, Biden declared “no amendment is absolute,” raising serious concerns over the president’s intentions to bypass the Constitution and pass his Far-Left agenda.

“Today, we’re taking steps to confront not just the gun crisis, but what is actually a public health crisis,”

Biden began his speech in the White House’s Rose Garden with the false claim:

“Nothing, nothing I am about to recommend in any way infringes on the Second Amendment.”

He went on to make a series of false equivalents, namely the fallacious claim that “you can’t yell ‘fire’ in a crowded movie theater” as an example of flexibility within the Constitutional amendments.

Biden addressed critics of his Executive Orders, calling their concerns “bizarre” and “phony.”

Biden’s first order of business is to direct his DOJ to write and enforce laws requiring background checks for what he calls “ghost guns” in an effort to end their proliferation. Additionally, he announced the nomination of David Chipman to head the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF). Biden seemed to struggle while announcing his pick, referring to the federal agency as “AFT” – more than once.

Chipman is a registered gun-control lobbyist and Far-Left activist.

Biden referred to gun crime in America as an “epidemic” and a “national embarrassment.”

His orders quickly caught the attention of some Republican governors. Republican Governor of West Virginia Patrick Morrisey threaten to sue the Biden administration over the gun control crackdown.

Biden’s orders swiftly prompted West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey to threaten to sue the Biden administration.

It’s likely that other Republican governors and attorneys general will follow suit.

Author: Asa McCue