There is no removing or rescinding the Second Amendment. There’s no abolishing it, nor will we ever find ourselves with enough support in Congress to amend it. It is here to stay, standing strong as an insurance policy that protects the rest of the Constitution from an unscrupulous government, or from a President who looks to overstep their bounds.
And so politicians must work to make it more difficult, more annoying, and more expensive to exercise the inalienable right to bear arms.
The latest maneuvering by the Biden administration continues a lengthy tradition of just this sort of chicanery.
During remarks announcing new executive actions to curb gun violence Thursday, Biden took a detour as he imagined being able to ask God to immediately change one gun law, and it wasn’t eliminating assault weapons or “bump stocks.”
He would have the almighty let people sue gun-makers.
“This is the only outfit that is exempt from being sued. If I get one thing on my list — (if) the Lord came down and said, ‘Joe, you get one of these’ — give me that one,” Biden said at a ceremony at the Rose Garden.
“Most people don’t realize, the only industry in America, billion-dollar industry, that can’t be sued, exempt from being sued, are gun manufacturers,” Biden continued.
Biden has long been an opponent of the Second Amendment, and, with the radical left blowing their hot air into the sails of his presidency, it appears as though he’s going to take this opportunity to do as much damage as he can to this integral piece of the Constitution.
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