Joe Biden had a plan to punch at domestic violence.
Now he’s got a plan to fire shots at gun owners.
Ghost guns, pistols classified as rifles, red flags – it’s all here, folks.
The Biden administration has unveiled several executive actions designed to curb gun violence, in the aftermath of the mass shootings in Atlanta and Boulder. The administration is also planning to nominate David Chipman, a former federal agent and gun control advocate, to direct the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives.
The actions include a directive that the justice department, within the next month, issue proposed regulations on “ghost guns” – unregistered firearms that can be assembled from parts.
Joe Biden will also direct the justice department to clarify regulations to ensure that pistols fitted with stabilizing braces, which essentially transform them into rifles, will be regulated under the National Firearms Act. Pistols are cheaper, and easier to carry across state lines, whereas rifles are more regulated. The suspect in the Boulder shooting used a pistol fitted with a brace that looks and operates like a rifle, and uses the same ammunition as the infamous AR-15, but isn’t regulated like a rifle under current laws.
What religion did he use? Was that fitted with anything?
A Koran, perhaps?
And the president will ask various agencies to direct more resources to community violence prevention measures, and call on the justice department to develop model “red flag” laws – which allow family members to petition courts to take firearms away from people who are deemed a threat – for states to take up and adopt. Several states, including Colorado, already have red flag laws on the books.
Officials said that these new measures are only a start, and that the administration will encourage Democrats in Congress to pass more gun control reforms and consider other executive actions to reduce gun violence.
Biden, who as vice-president was in charge of steering the Obama administration’s gun violence prevention efforts, promised ambitious reforms while campaigning for the presidency. In the run-up to the 2020 elections, he vowed to enact legislation requiring background checks for all gun sales, ban online firearms sales and ban the manufacture and sale of assault weapons and high capacity magazines – and regulate or buy back those already in circulation. Gun control advocates were disappointed at the president’s lack of immediate, early action after taking office – but welcomed Wednesday’s announcement.
“President Biden promised to take action on gun violence in his first 100 days in office, and today he delivered,” said former representative Gabby Giffords, who became a prominent anti-gun violence advocate after surviving a mass shooting. “These executive actions help address a crisis that devastates communities across the country on a daily basis.”
Gabby Giffords AKA “Ga-gul-gul-ga gul gul gul Gif ulg” is where we need to be getting our insights from.
She is a brave crisis actor, and her total inability to communicate with speech does nothing to stem the strength of her spirit.
She literally has complete brain damage, which has opened her eyes to the need to take guns away from law-abiding whites in order to stop blacks in Chicago from shooting each other.
About 95% of gun deaths are from handguns, and about 85% of the shooters are black. But acknowledging that is racist. I feel like a racist even for saying it.
Just like the government destroyed the economy and took everyone’s rights away because of a virus because they love you, they are also taking your guns because they love you.
The government represents one principle: love.
That’s why Donald Trump was such a big problem: he was a hater, and hate is not compatible with government, which is built to manufacture love alone.
That’s why I’m calling on Joe Biden to issue an executive order to replace the current national anthem – which is racist and evil – with a national anthem that truly represents American values: Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go by Wham.