How many false statements will Biden have to make before the Democratic Party steps in and removes him from office themselves? He is a danger every time he steps in front of a podium or a microphone. His latest statements have left a number of people confused about where he stands on the Second Amendment.
Joe Biden has said that he’s in support of the Second Amendment. He has also said that he’s grown up as an avid outdoorsman – he hunts and fishes whenever time allows.
Yet, he makes statements that clearly shows that he’s not capable of rational thought anymore.
During his speech to Congress, he talked about a ban on assault weapons and high-capacity magazines. This isn’t anything new. However, he specifically says, “Talk to most responsible gun owners, most hunters – they’ll tell you there’s no possible justification for having 100 rounds – 100 bullets – in a weapon.”
Ummm, what magazines have 100 rounds? What he meant to say was 10.
100 rounds are unheard of. The average gun-owning American is simply fighting to maintain a magazine of 10 rounds. Anything less than that can add a significant amount of time to the gun range because of reloading.
The problem is that when Biden talks about gun control, he spreads false statements. He confuses the issue.
No one is talking about banning 100-round magazines because they don’t exist. So, he’s fighting for nothing.
He also calls for universal background checks along with new regulations on guns that are built from kits.
Biden has still failed to address many of the issues that law-abiding Americans have – like why they’re not permitted to buy a kit or why they have to go through a background check when handing a gun down through the family (which also involves having to pay a third party to run said check).
Biden makes the call that “We need more Senate Republicans to join with the overwhelming majority of their Democratic colleagues, and close loopholes and require background checks to purchase a gun.”
Maybe he needs to stop and wonder why there are so many Senate Republicans currently against the gun regulations. Background checks are already required – but they want to add more.
Biden also mentions stories that are meant to convince the Republicans that gun legislation is necessary. So, he tells the story of the mass shooting in Boulder, Colorado, which happened in March of this year.
What Biden fails to mention is that Colorado has universal background checks in place already. Yet, that didn’t stop the attacker from committing the mass shooting. Why? Criminals don’t follow laws.
Everything that Biden says is only one half of the story. He calls gun violence an epidemic but says that the statistics are underreported because they don’t fall under the category of a mass shooting. Maybe he’ll change the definition of that soon to fit his argument. And, he doesn’t say that the majority of the violence is found in Democrat-led cities such as New York City and Chicago.
All of this sounds like Biden’s handlers have forgotten to give him sufficient information. None of this is coming from Biden because he’s a puppet. He’s not talking from the heart – he’s talking from a piece of paper. And it went downhill the moment he accidentally added a zero onto the magazine capacity, turning it from 10 to 100.
If we’re supposed to believe that Biden is running the country and that he has a legitimate plan, the handlers have to tighten their grip on him. Right now, it’s clear that he’s confused.
And confusion about gun legislation is dangerous. The last thing that we need is for him to pass another “bipartisan” bill without the support of any of the Congressional Republicans.