- Feb 16, 2016
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Biden Accidentally Made the Best Case for Gun Rights Any President Ever Has
In an Attempt to Suggest People Don't Need Guns, Biden Accidentally Makes the Best Case for Gun Rights
During a news conference on Wednesday, President Joe Biden inadvertently made an incredibly pro-gun-rights argument.
Inadvertently, President Joe Biden just made one of the most convincing arguments for gun rights.
In fact, he was quite possibly more convincing than any other president in U.S. history.
Biden made the remarks Wednesday during a news conference as he explained that his crime prevention strategy would largely focus on “strengthening background checks, banning assault weapons and high-capacity magazines, and boosting community policing,” Fox News reported.
The president began by saying “most responsible gun owners” agree that “no possible justification for having 100 rounds in a magazine.”
“Those who say the blood of patriots, you know, and all the stuff about how we’re gonna have to move against the government,” Biden said.
“If you think you need to have weapons to take on the government, you need F-15s and maybe some nuclear weapons.”
It’s actually hilarious how contradictory leftists’ logic can be.
According to them, an AR-15 is a weapon of war far too powerful to possibly be entrusted to a civilian.
Also, according to leftists, if the government wants to kill you, your puny AR-15s won’t be able to do anything to stop it.
Well, are so-called “assault weapons” military weapons, or aren’t they?
The Second Amendment is enshrined so that an armed populace can protect its own liberty from government oppression, so how could you possibly justify restricting a weapon that isn’t even powerful enough to fulfill that purpose?
Biden’s claim that these weapons aren’t powerful enough to take on the U.S. government isn’t quite making the case he hopes.
In fact, that sort of argument is far more in line with what pro-gun conservatives have been arguing for decades.
Throughout history, all sorts of governments have turned totalitarian or authoritarian.
The American people have a right to protect themselves from such a fate.
Now that's an interesting philosophical question. If a weapon is absolutely ineffective against overwhelming force, why is the overwhelming force so hysterical about it?
Meanwhile, Chyna Joey Xi Bai Dung is the first president to publically and casually admitted he would consider using atomic bombs on American citizens. He should be impeached forthwith, along with his second, and immediately removed from possession of the football.
(Isn’t that what the liberals would scream had Trump made that comment?)
These are the bellicose words of a tyrant. He might as well be the demented version of Lukashenko. Hell, even Lukashenko would have a hard time saying that and getting away with it.
Bai Dung is exactly the kind of ranting, table thumping thug that the Second was specifically written to protect us against.