Joe Biden has a special knack for making bad decisions, just after he made bad decisions. His administration is great at following up crises with more crises.
He did that with Afghanistan. After letting that country fall, he announced his infamous mandates.
And now, after failing in Ukraine, failing on gas prices, and failing on inflation, he is following up with a real winner.
The Department of Justice assured it will use every tool to support local and state efforts to fight gun crime. Specifically, Attorney General Merrick Garland doubled down on his crackdown against so-called ghost guns.
While speaking at ATF headquarters Thursday, Garland unveiled new regulations against gun manufacturers, which aim to make it easier for law enforcement to track firearms.
Joe Biden’s anti-Second Amendment Department of Justice announced it will use its power to “track firearms.” That will involve marking guns so they “can be traced” by the federal government.
Sounds awfully like a federal registry, doesn’t it?
To that end, he is pushing to outlaw “ghost guns,” which are guns assembled by private owners which might not have serial numbers.
Of course, he claims this is to crack down on crime. But there seems to be little evidence that “ghost guns” are being used by criminals.
Instead, they are primarily popular with law-abiding citizens who want to arm themselves for self-defense.
Garland claims “undocumented firearms” are a threat to our communities. No, criminals are a threat to our communities.
And a power-hungry federal government, that doesn’t respect our rights, is a bigger threat to our communities.
But it doesn’t seem like Garland, nor Biden, care that much about our rights and freedoms. They have an agenda of undermining the Second Amendment as much as they can.
And they are going to do everything they can to see it through.
- AG Garland has promised to crack down on “ghost guns.”
- He wants to track every gun with a serial number to “crack down” on crime.
- Biden has set his agenda on undermining Second Amendment rights.