Grandpa Biden is Telling Ghost-Gun Stories Again

U.S.A.-(AmmoLand.com)- Ol’ Joe is at it again with more fiery rhetoric about those scary guns. In his latest mumblefest, Biden almost managed to read a speech about ghost guns, cannons, and background checks.

Before telling the press about all the unconstitutional things he wanted to do with guns, he made it clear that the new gun grabs he’s proposing do not violate the 2nd Amendment. Because of course, Democrats would never violate the Constitution.

In his New York City Joint Press Briefing, Former Vice President Biden said, “We talk like there’s no amendment that’s absolute.” It appears he meant to say, “no amendment is absolute.” Sometimes his sentences get a little mixed up. Biden went on to say “When the amendment was passed it didn’t say that anybody could own a gun and any kind of gun and any kind of weapon. You couldn’t buy a cannon when this amendment was passed.”

First of all, Joe, when the first 10 amendments were ratified, Amendment #2 (the one you hate the most) never said that anybody “couldn’t” own any particular kind of gun or weapon either. So, your implication that the second amendment is not absolute doesn’t work with rational thinking people. The second amendment is far more absolute than it is not. “Shall not be infringed” was our Founding Fathers’ way of making it perfectly clear and absolute. As for your little cannon comment, the cannons used in the Revolutionary War were owned privately. So that one falls flat as well. Had it not been for privately owned cannons we would all be speaking with a British accent.

We understand Joe and the Democrats want nothing more than to make it impossible for American Citizens to own guns because the lawful American Citizens are their biggest political opposition. Tyrants always create chaos in society and disarm the good guys before turning free people into subjects of the state. For more on this read my article about New York “Governor” Kathy Hochul and her attempt to do exactly that in New York.

Joe went on to talk about the ever-so-frightening “ghost guns” and how the Justice Department is creating an “Intensified National Ghost Gun Enforcement Initiative.” “Ghost guns” are the latest scary thing being used to terrify people who don’t know any better.

In another intellectually stimulating statement from Joe, he said, “Look, one of the things we focused on, the Attorney General and I and we’re getting to the point where I think we’re gonna be able to have a real impact on it, includes going after ghost guns.”

When the gun grabbers refer to “ghost guns,” what they are really talking about are guns that they can’t track. As they relentlessly push for universal background checks which would give them the serial numbers and location of every firearm exchanged in America, they use the term “ghost guns” as a way of implying that guns should be traceable. If there was ever a question of whether guns should be traceable by the Federal Government, let me clarify. They should not. Our Founding Fathers wrote the second amendment with the intention that the guns owned by private citizens were none of the Government’s damn business. Unfortunately, as Democrats condition new generations of people with their gun lies, a large portion of our society has no idea just how Constitutional it is for Americans to own guns that the Government knows nothing about. It was why the second amendment was written. But don’t worry, you can be sure that your neighbor with the Biden bumper sticker on his Prius is convinced that these frightening “ghost guns” are lurking around the cul-de-sac.

So, while the gun grabbers continue to create fairytales and mislead people on the topic of guns, real Americans will continue to call them on their lies.

Sorry Joe, you’re not getting the guns. They are off-limits to you.

The 2nd Amendment is not a privilege. It’s your right.


About Dan Wos, Author – Good Gun Bad Guy

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Dan Wos is a nationally recognized 2nd Amendment advocate and Author of the “GOOD GUN BAD GUY” series. He speaks at events, is a contributing writer for many publications, and can be found on radio stations across the country. Dan has been a guest on the Sean Hannity Show, NRATV, and several others. Speaking on behalf of gun-rights, Dan exposes the strategies of the anti-gun crowd and explains their mission to disarm law-abiding American gun-owners.


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