Joe Biden Claims 'Assault Weapon' Ban Has 'No Negative Impact on 2nd Amendment'
'I’m sick and tired of what’s going on and continues to go on'
President Joe Biden has claimed that an “assault weapon” ban has “no negative impact on the Second Amendment.”
Biden made the claims during the ceremony for the signing of an executive order related to policing and George Floyd's death.
While bringing up the recent tragic attack on Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, Biden said:
“We must ask when in God’s name will we do what needs to be done to, if not completely stop, [at least] fundamentally change the amount of carnage that goes on in this country.”
“To state the obvious… I’m sick and tired of what’s going on and continues to go on," Biden added.
Biden then reflected on his time “working for common-sense gun reforms” as Chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee and as vice president.
After admitting that the gun controls would not stop every attack, he claimed that the controls have “no negative impact on the Second Amendment.”
He suggested, “The Second Amendment is not absolute,” then alluded to the federal “assault weapon” ban by saying, “These actions were taken before, and they saved lives, and they can do it again.”
Biden also pushed for an “assault weapon” ban on Tuesday night, which was just hours after the Robb Elementary School attack.
“What in God’s name do you need an ‘assault weapon’ for except to kill someone?” Biden asked.
“Deer aren’t running through the forest with Kevlar vests on, for God’s sake.”
Meanwhile, leftist filmmaker Michael Moore called on the Government to “repeal the Second Amendment.”
As Neon Nettle reported:
“We will not acknowledge that we are a violent people, to begin with,” Moore said.
“This country was birthed in violence with genocide of the native people at the barrel of a gun.”
“This country was built on the backs of slaves with a gun to their backs to build this country into the country that we got to have,” Moore continued.
“We do not want to acknowledge or two original sins here that have a gun behind the ability behind our ability to become who we became."