James Woods Calls on Biden to Start 'Gun Control’ with Gun-Brandishing Son Hunter
Hunter is pictured flashing a firearm in nude poses in a room
Conservative actor James Woods blasted Joe Biden for proposing gun control legislation while Hunter Biden was caught recklessly handling firearms.
“Maybe his gun grabber dad might begin his 'gun control' jihad by starting with junior’s illegal gun brandishing.”
Maybe his gun grabber dad might begin his “gun control” jihad by starting with junior’s illegal gun brandishing. https://t.co/cJuxsX4fpK— James Woods (@RealJamesWoods) June 7, 2022
Earlier this week, a reported nude photo of Hunter Biden recklessly handling a firearm with a prostitute in 2018 surfaced.
In three photos, Hunter is pictured flashing a firearm in nude poses in a room filled with drugs, Radar Online reported.
Hunter’s loose handling of a firearm comes as Biden on Thursday proposed seven gun control measures.
#HunterBiden and his father, President #JoeBiden, will have some explaining to do. These images seem very damning for Hunter... especially since the President is pushing gun control. #RadarExclusivehttps://t.co/8KUeRQQY2M— Radar Online (@radar_online) June 6, 2022
The policy ideas include enacting a safe storage law, strengthening background checks, and creating red flag laws.
As Brietbart noted:
Joe Biden’s pro-gun control proposals are contrary to the Biden family standard of firearm protocol. In 2018, Hunter lied to obtain a weapon by failing to disclose he had a drug problem, the New York Post.
Hunter has not been charged with any wrongdoing regarding the lie. The weapon has also disappeared.
Hunter revealed in 2019 that the FBI had gotten involved in the case of the missing firearm.
Speaking about Hallie Biden, his former sister-in-law-turned-lover, Hunter said she threw the gun into a grocery store dumpster in Wilmington, Delaware.
As Neon Nettle reported:
Biden has called on Congress to pass an “assault weapons” ban, arguing that the Second Amendment is “not absolute.”
Biden made the calls in a speech Thursday following a wave of mass shootings across the nation.
He is pleading with Congress to pass what he calls “commonsense” gun-control legislation.
The plan includes reinstating targetting law-abiding American citizens with an assault weapons ban, background checks, and magazine capacity limits.
Biden, speaking from the Cross Hall of the White House, told Americans that the issue of restricting access to guns “is one of conscience and common sense.”
“For so many of you at home, I want to be very clear – this is not about taking away anyone’s guns,” he claimed.
“It is not about vilifying gun owners,” Biden alleged.
“In fact, we believe we should be treating responsible gun owners as an example of how every gun owner should behave.”