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Biden’s ATF Nominee In Hot Water?


David Chipman should NOT be ATF director.

To start things off, Mr.Chipman doesn’t know the difference between a pistol, a rifle, and automatic weaponry. An Ar-15 is NOT an assault rifle.

No gun legally sold to civilians in America is an automatic weapon.

WE know this, but it seems like Chipman does not, or at least he pretends to not know.

Sources say that the radical ATF employee may or may not be confirmed due to a lack of votes from Democrats in gun friendly states.

This lack of votes would reportedly leave Chipman in ‘limbo’, as he may not have the required support to be confirmed. Personally, I think this guy isn’t up to the job—not in the slightest bit.

He smiles too much, and knows far too little about what should be his field of expertise. This makes him a good candidate for director of a clown school—not a regulator of The 2nd Amendment.

Here’s more on Chipman:

Washington Examiner highlights the issue:

A handful of Senate Democrats from gun-friendly states will likely decide whether David Chipman gets confirmed as director of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives.

Chipman, a 20-year ATF employee who after his retirement worked with gun control groups, has drawn the ire of many Republican senators. And Chipman is proving to be one of the more contentious nominees put forward by President Joe Biden.

Two weeks after an evenly-divided Senate Judiciary Committee deadlocked along party lines on advancing Chipman’s nomination to the full Senate, Majority Leader Chuck Schumer has given no indication he would move Chipman’s nomination to the floor for a vote.

The 50-50 Senate division calls for Vice President Kamala Harris to cast tiebreaking votes along party lines, but five Democrats have yet to announce whether they will support Chipman’s nomination.

Fox News had more:

Several other moderate Democrats from red or purple states haven’t taken public stances on the nomination and did not reply to inquiries from Fox News about where they stand on Chipman. This group includes Sens. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., Kyrsten Sinema, D-Ariz., Maggie Hassan, D-N.H., and Angus King, I-Maine.

Manchin was asked about Chipman’s nomination last month and acknowledged that “there’s a lot of controversy,” according to Politico. “I really am undecided,” he said.

Sen. Lisa Murkowski, R-Alaska, who represents the other major Republican swing vote after Collins, has not announced a position on Chipman’s nomination. Her support, or a vote from any other Republican, would be a big boost to Chipman’s chances. But even if Murkowski votes against him, at least one Democrat would need to as well in order to block Chipman’s confirmation. Otherwise, Vice President Harris will be able to break a tie in the 50-50 Senate.

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