Joe Biden just said the new nine most terrifying words in the English language: “No amendment…NO amendment in the Constitution is absolute.”
But that’s not all the 46th president said while assaulting our Second Amendment rights during a Rose Garden speech on Thursday where he announced his latest gun control measures.
Responding to critics of his push for gun control, Biden called the Second Amendment a “phony” argument behind the concern that our right to bear arms is at stake.
Joe Biden saying the Second Amendment is a “phony argument” – which about sums up his view of the Constitution in general pic.twitter.com/dKL0TP7lId
— Josh Hawley (@HawleyMO) April 8, 2021
The Second Amendment is now reduced to a “phony” argument?
I think the Founding Fathers who included the four crucial words “shall not be infringed” would beg to differ.
The sitting President of the United States who took an oath to uphold the U.S. Constitution, which in itself states it is the “supreme law of the land” in Article VI, just completely ideologically subverted it.
We knew the Biden administration would be progressive, but never this blatantly un-American.
The good news is the fact that, no matter how hard Democrats try, they will never disarm the American people for the simple reason that 245 years of gun-toting defenders of the Second Amendment have resulted in the American people owning more than 50 percent of the world’s citizen-owned firearms. That’s not bad for a population that makes up about 5 percent of the world’s entire population.
As if that wasn’t enough, government-imposed pandemic lockdowns and the riots in the summer of 2020 frightened Americans so badly that they purchased about 21 million firearms in 2020 alone, according to the FBI’s January report which also revealed 40 million background check requests.
Interestingly enough, the National Shooting Sports Foundation concluded, “8.4 million people bought a firearm for the first time in 2020,” which is 40% of all purchases. “Forty percent of 2020’s buyers were women and the biggest increase of any demographic category was among African Americans, who bought guns at a rate of 58% greater than in 2019.”
Unless the federal government is going to come knocking on the doors of every gun owner, there is no possible way the Biden administration can even begin to disarm this country.
But the bad news is, with Biden’s complete and total disregard for the supreme law of the land in this country, there’s no telling what he might do to the future of our gun rights, but also to the rest of our Constitutional rights.
“The nine most terrifying words in the English language are ‘I’m from the Government and I’m here to help.’” –Ronald Reagan