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Joe Biden has promised time and time again that he will go after the Second Amendment rights of American citizens.
Biden, who is currently going for the all-time record for presidential executive orders, will not rule out using those same orders to crack down on the Second Amendment.
This was made painfuly clear at a recent White House press conference.
A week earlier, Biden put out a statement for baning semi-automatic firearms, as well as several other “common sense” gun control measures.
Press Secretary Jenn Psaki was asked a follow up question on those measures about Biden’s timetable for their implementation.
Psaki could not give an answer, but she did respond by saying that Biden is “not afraid to stand up to the NRA.”
She then said that “it is a priority to him on a personal level”
President Joe Biden reportedly won’t rule out using executive orders to crackdown on Americans’ constitutionally protected Second Amendment rights.
The revelation was made during a White House press conference on Tuesday in response to a statement that Biden put out last week calling for banning semi-automatic firearms in addition to other gun control measures.
“What is your timetable for action on what the president calls common sense measures?” a reporter asked Psaki. “And what’s the realistic hope that you have this will pass both houses?”
“Well, we haven’t proposed a package at this point,” Psaki responded. “So it’s hard for me to make a prediction about its likelihood of passing. But I will say that the president is somebody throughout his career who has advocated for smart gun safety measures. He has not afraid of standing up to the NRA. He’s done it multiple times and won on background checks and a range of issues. And it is a priority to him on a personal level, but I don’t have a prediction for you, or preview for you on a timeline of a package, and certainly not what it will look like and how it goes through Congress.”
Later in the press conference, a second reporter asked Psaki, “Does the president still plan to take executive action on gun” control?
“The president has a range of actions at his disposal,” Psaki responded. “He hasn’t ruled out either of those options.”
Jen Psaki had this to say at a press conference about Joe Biden's position on fighting the NRA:
"He's not afraid of standing up to the NRA, he's done it multiple times and won."
To Joe Biden, the assault against our Second Amendment rights is personal priority.
Press Secretary Jenn Psaki said as much when called Biden's stance on gun control "a priority to him on a personal level."
Here's more on Psaki's comment at the press conference via Fox News:
White House press secretary Jen Psaki on Tuesday said gun control is a "priority" for President Biden – and said he is "not afraid of standing up" to the National Rifle Association.
Psaki’s comments came Tuesday during the White House press briefing, when asked about potential gun legislation proposed by the administration.
Psaki said, "We haven’t proposed a package at this point, so it’s hard for me to make a prediction about the likelihood of passing."
"But I will say that the president is somebody, throughout his career, who has advocated for smart gun, smart gun safety measures," Psaki said. "He is not afraid of standing up to the NRA – he has done it multiple times."
Psaki said gun control is "a priority to him on a personal level."
Biden has never been shy about his strong stance on gun control, a fact that most Americans are aware of.
With the media protecting him, Bidern believes he can get away with threatening voters who disagree with him, like when he threatened to physically assault this voter.
Biden is crazy if he thinks Americans are going to roll over and allow him to take away rights afforded to us by the Constitution of the United States.
Check out this video by Colion Noir responding to Joe Biden's stance against the Second Amendment