Several Governors Vow to Fight Joe Biden's Second Amendment Attacks
Republican state leaders slam Democrat Biden as 'out of control' over anti-gun push
Several governors have stepped up and vowed to fight Joe Biden over his radical anti-Second Amendment agenda.
Multiple Republican state leaders have now signaled that they will be taking action against Democrat Joe Biden after the White House officially unveiled his initial plan to attack Americans' constitutional rights.
Biden announced a series of anti-gun actions, which he articulated during a Thursday press conference.
During the announcement, he made multiple false claims, targeting two types of gun parts: pistol braces and chunks of plastic and metal that are unfinished firearms.
The Biden administration also will be publishing “model red flag legislation” for states to consider.
This comes just a couple of weeks after the Biden administration urged the Supreme Court to uphold a warrantless gun confiscation case.
White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki said following Biden’s press conference that the measures are just his “initial actions,” according to The Daily Wire.
Psaki confirmed there “will be more,” and that Biden intends to “use the power of his presidency” to crack down on Americans’ constitutionally protected Second Amendment rights.
Numerous patriotic governors immediately pushed back on Biden’s attack on Second Amendment rights.
Several have already indicated that they will be taking action to protect their residents from Biden’s agenda.
“Biden is threatening our 2nd Amendment rights. He just announced a new liberal power grab to take away our guns,” Texas Governor Greg Abbott (R) wrote on Twitter.
“We will NOT allow this in TX.
"It’s time to get legislation making TX a 2nd Amendment Sanctuary State passed and to my desk for signing.”
Alaska Governor Mike Dunleavy (R) said that Biden’s actions “won’t save lives or stop criminals,” and would only “disarm law-abiding citizens.”
“Alaska is a Second Amendment sanctuary state, and we will be evaluating our options,” Dunleavy said.
“I think it’s out of control and it’s obvious that they can’t get it through Congress and so he’s acting on his own,” Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds (R) said.
“He’s doing it at a rapid speed.
"There has not been another president, I don’t think, in history that has implemented the number of Executive Orders that this president has implemented.
"And the hypocrisy of running as a uniter and a president that was going to bring both parties together and heal this country, he has done anything but that.
"He is continuing to divide the country and he’s doing it through these outlandish Executive Orders.”
South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem (R) highlighted the portion of the Second Amendment that states “shall not be infringed,” writing: “Biden claims that his actions won’t infringe on the 2nd Amendment. That’s false.”
“Taking away guns with Red Flag laws is an infringement,” Noem continued.
“Placing new limits on firearms sales is an infringement.
"Curbing ammo purchases is an infringement.”
Idaho Governor Brad Little (R) said that the state will be standing up for its residents’ Second Amendment rights.
“Idaho will not stand for President Biden’s unilateral actions to erode your Second Amendment rights,” Little said.
“Idaho’s Congressional delegation and I are in lockstep in our opposition to the President’s actions and his direction to Congress to strip law-abiding Americans of their constitutional right to keep and bear arms.”
Wyoming Governor Mark Gordon (R) tweeted: “Wyoming is, has always been, and will continue to be a state where 2nd Amendment rights are recognized and protected.”
Today I signed HB 236 which prohibits financial institutions and payment processors in Wyoming from discriminating against firearms businesses engaged in lawful commerce. 2/2— Governor Mark Gordon (@GovernorGordon) April 9, 2021
“I oppose any orders or actions imposed from the federal level that infringe on this fundamental right,” Gordon continued.
“Today I signed HB 236 which prohibits financial institutions and payment processors in Wyoming from discriminating against firearms businesses engaged in lawful commerce.”