Since the time of the Revolutionary War, advocates of the administrative state, often known as a centralized government, have taken issue with our constitutional right to keep and bear arms for the apparent reason that they want us to be disarmed.
If we are to accept his lunatic rantings, Democrat Joe Biden is not only on a gun grab to disarm us to defend his out-of-control government workers, but he has also threatened military action against law-abiding Americans.
Some believe Biden is attempting to incite chaos.
Biden recently claimed that an AR15 discharges bullets five times faster than other guns, proving once again that he is plainly out of his mind regardless of what he is trying to accomplish.
"Do you realize the bullet out of an AR-15 travels 5 times as rapidly as a bullet shot out of any other gun."
— Rob Doar (@robdoar) August 30, 2022
In a fantastic post regarding Biden’s use of the AR15 early in August, the NRA-ILA Legislative Action Group for the NRA stated:
“The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives appears to understand that it has an image problem. According to a recent item from the Washington Times, the ATF has been handing out flyers at gun shows that are designed to bust some “myths” about the agency.
Titled “ATF Myths: Not everything you hear is true,” the ATF document juxtaposes a list of supposed “myths” with purported “facts” about the agency’s role.
The problem is that the simplistic handout misleads on several key issues and fails to address gun owners’ legitimate concerns.
“Myth: ATF wants to take my guns away.
Fact: False: ATF supports the firearms industry & works to promote lawful gun ownership.”
President Joe Biden’s failed ATF director nominee, David Chipman, worked for the ATF from 1988 to 2012. Following his time at ATF, Chipman joined Michael Bloomberg’s anti-gun group Mayors Against Illegal Guns and later, gun control group Giffords.
Chipman supports a ban on commonly-owned semi-automatic firearms and their magazines. The longtime ATF official also supports a policy that would require those who currently possess these firearms to register them with the government or relinquish them.”
Many hunters use the contentious AR15 for hunting, claims the NRA. But Biden’s incendiary tirade against his political rivals was what raised the most red flags.
Biden also asserted that “brave right-wing Americans” who assert that the Second Amendment is intended to fight back against an oppressive government would be eliminated by the military at the same address on Tuesday, which he gave in Pennsylvania, the birthplace of deer hunting.
Although not first in sales of hunting licenses, Pennsylvania is at the top of the list. National hunting license data from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service shows that hunters purchased over 15.6 million hunting permits in 2018.
Every state and U.S. territory provides this information to the FWS on an annual basis. Over 1 million licenses were sold in Texas, but only 8,000 were sold in Rhode Island. In 2022, PA will have about 900,000 hunting licenses.
So why is Biden giving such a speech in ‘blue collar’ Pennsylvania? This kind of discourse advocating military action against US people in support of gun ownership is typical of left-leaning Rhode Island.
More on this story via The Republic Brief:
Can that be added to the long list of impeachable offenses for Biden if the GOP takes back the US House?
Biden, making these nutty comments, was speaking in Wilkes-Barre while promoting gun control and bolstering police forces across the nation as he pushed for a federal ban on so-called “assault weapons.” CONTINUE READING…