Bummer: Gun Grabbers Face Uphill Battle Even Under China Joe

So, just wondering if China Joe and whomever he picks to help him grab guns will be named Gun Salesperson Of The Month/Year on a constant basis

Gun restrictions face uphill battle even under Biden

The gun debate in America will soon enter a new chapter with a Democrat in the White House after four years under President Donald Trump in which gun control advocates developed a long wish list for reform amid a spate of large-scale mass killings in places like Las Vegas, El Paso and Parkland, Florida.

But any hope that Joe Biden will usher in a new era of restrictions on firearms is highly unlikely because of the same polarization in Washington that has tripped up similar efforts under past administrations.

The items on the agenda — largely relegated to the political shelf in recent years — include renewing a ban on AR-style rifles, universal background checks, restrictions on high-capacity magazines and a federal red flag law designed to prevent people at risk of harming themselves or others from purchasing a firearm.

But virtually all of those will require Congress to act. And regardless the outcome in two Senate races in Georgia that will determine which party holds the majority in that chamber, it will be a tall order to get a majority of lawmakers on board.

One more reason the GOP needs to stop the steal and keep the Senate with the Georgia revotes (which would probably not be necessary without all the Democratic Party fraud). But, let’s say that the Dems manage to steal the Georgia senate seats and pass all sorts of gun restrictions, there will be lawsuits out the ying-yang as to the Constitutionality of them, and, thanks to Trump and Mitch McConnell, judges who follow the Constitution control the Supreme Court.

One key reason is because the issues have become so polarized. Years ago, gun politics crossed party lines, and it was easier for Republicans and Democrats to find common ground.

“It used to be a cross-cutting issue, there used to be Democrats that were very pro-gun and Democratic legislators who won districts in part on their pro-gun views,” said Matt Grossmann, an associate professor at Michigan State University and director of its Institute for Public Policy and Social Research who follows gun politics. “And you just don’t have that anymore.”

And now we have the reality that any “common sense gun reform” coming from Democrats is just one more step to eliminating private ownership of firearms. Oh, and while so many Democrats are attempting to defund the police.

The number of firearms in circulation has mushroomed in the past 12 years, starting in President Barack Obama’s administration when gun owners feared he would push through significant restrictions.

Interestingly, there was a huge surge of firearm purchases by Democrat voters during lockdown. Huh.

The most coveted piece of legislation by gun control advocates has been a renewal of the ban on “assault weapons” that expired in 2004. Biden played a central role in pushing through that decade-long ban, and he has pledged to push for another ban on the semiautomatic long guns that have only surged in popularity since their return to the market.

Yet, the majority of shootings are not from the scary looking guns. Remember, though, Joe Biden wants unity and he plans on reaching out to Conservatives or something.

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2 Responses to “Bummer: Gun Grabbers Face Uphill Battle Even Under China Joe”

  1. Iron Man says:

    The general concensus among my peeps is no further violations of 2nd amendment RIGHTS will either
    be followed or tolerated.
    Others as well.

    • The Left Are Traitors says:

      Nonsense. The American sheeple have been beaten into submission by the radical communist left. Hell, they just closed down ALL SMALL BUSINESSES in Pennsylvania for the third time starting tomorrow because as we all know repeating the same thing over and over expecting a different result is perfectly rational. IOW, they tried the lockdowns and mask shit before and it didn’t work but rather than admit that they’ll do it again. We’ve already lost 25% of small business in PA but that’s okay because most small business owners are conservatives and/or Trump supporters. So fuk’em, they don’t count anyway.

      When they come for our guns a few will die but most will comply. They’ve been trained to obey their masters. The “American” has been beaten out of most people either buy feminism or socialism.

      Today only black lives matter and the BIPOC are here to beat that into you. We’re White trash, bitter clingers, deplorables and racist. If the Commie Biden and the slut Harris take over our guns, free speech and property rights will be gone within the first year. By the third year most of us will be gone too.


      From Ace:

      “Trust in the integrity of our election processes is sacrosanct and binds our citizenry and the States in this Union together. Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin destroyed that trust and compromised the security and integrity of the 2020 election. The states violated statutes enacted by their duly elected legislatures, thereby violating the Constitution. By ignoring both state and federal law, these states have not only tainted the integrity of their own citizens’ vote, but of Texas and every other state that held lawful elections,” said Attorney General Paxton. “Their failure to abide by the rule of law casts a dark shadow of doubt over the outcome of the entire election. We now ask that the Supreme Court step in to correct this egregious error.”

      Because this is a suit between two states, the Supreme Court has original jurisdiction. It’s also a factually pure case, that does not require looking at the reams of evidence demonstrating fraud…

      No wonder it appears that eight other states have joined the case (Arkansas, Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Kentucky, North Carolina, and South Carolina). The only thing that remains to be seen is whether the Supreme Court justices are willing to show the necessary courage to ensure that the will of the people, and not the will of the corruptocrats, prevail in this election.

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