The leader of the free world, who promised while taking the oath of office that he would protect and defend the Constitution, apparently does not think the Second Amendment is included.
Biden tried to justify increasingly drastic gun control measures during his speech to Congress on Wednesday by saying the amendment in question was “not absolute.”
“We’re not changing the Constitution; we’re being reasonable,” he said.
“From the very beginning, there were certain kinds of weapons that couldn’t be owned by Americans,” he said, but he didn’t substantiate this statement with any evidence or examples of what kinds of weapons citizens couldn’t own in 1791 when the Constitution was ratified and the Bill of Rights added.
Biden and the Democrats advocate universal background checks, a “high capacity” magazine ban, and new gun controls for gun parts kits, in addition to a so-called assault weapons ban.
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