Brandon Decides That Threatening Law Abiding Gun Owners Is A Great Idea

Hey, remember when Democrats and their pet media complained about Mean Tweets? Does anyone remember him threatening pretty the entire segment of those who vote for the other guy?

Biden Says The Military Can Obliterate The Second Amendment

President Joe Biden said Tuesday while in Pennsylvania that “brave right wing Americans” who claim the Second Amendment is meant to fight back against a tyrannical government would be obliterated by the military.

Biden was speaking in Wilkes-Barre while promoting gun control and bolstering police forces across the nation. Biden pushed for a federal ban on so-called “assault weapons” and took aim at Republicans during his speech, invoking the late Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia.

“As one of the most – one of the most conservative justices in history, Justice Scalia, once wrote like, quote, ‘like most rights, the rights granted by the Second Amendment are not unlimited’,” Biden said. “They’re not unlimited right now.”

“You can’t go out and buy an automatic weapon, you can’t go out and buy a cannon, and for those brave right wing Americans who say its all about keeping America independent and safe, if you want to fight against the country you need an F-15. You need something a little more than a gun.”

Well, considering how many are opting out of joining the military, including the Air Force, because of all the Woke garbage, might be a bit of a problem there. But, tell you what, Joe: you take away all those “assault rifles” away from all those who protect you, the White House, executive branch buildings, and Congress, many of which are fully automatic, I’ll sign on to a 10 year ban on selling new scary looking rifles.

Brandon does realize that this kind of talk will cause more people to purchase the rifles, right?

Meanwhile, the state of New York is looking for more lawsuits

New York to restrict gun carrying after Supreme Court ruling

Amid the bright lights and electronic billboards across New York’s Times Square, city authorities are posting new signs proclaiming the bustling crossroads a “Gun Free Zone.”

The sprawling Manhattan tourist attraction is one of scores of “sensitive” places — including parks, churches and theaters — that will be off limits for guns under a sweeping new state law going into effect Thursday. The measure, passed after a U.S. Supreme Court decision in June expanded gun rights, also sets stringent standards for issuing concealed carry permits.

New York is among a half-dozen states that had key provisions of its gun laws invalidated by the high court because of a requirement for applicants to prove they had “proper cause” for a permit. Gov. Kathy Hochul said Friday that she and her fellow Democrats in the state Legislature took action the next week because the ruling “destroyed the ability for a governor to be able to protect her citizens from people who carry concealed weapons anywhere they choose.”

The quickly adopted law, however, has led to confusion and court challenges from gun owners who say it improperly limits their constitutional rights.

“They seem to be designed less towards addressing gun violence and more towards simply preventing people from getting guns — even if those people are law-abiding, upstanding citizens, who according to the Supreme Court have the rights to have them,” said Jonathan Corbett, a Brooklyn attorney and permit applicant who is one of several people challenging the law in court.

It’s rarely those who legally own and carry guns, and certainly not those who’ve gone through the concealed carry process, who are the problem. It’s the actual criminals, for whom Democrats have stopped things like stop and frisk.

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41 Responses to “Brandon Decides That Threatening Law Abiding Gun Owners Is A Great Idea”

  1. Dana says:

    So, how many platoons, how many companies, will the Commander-in-Chief send into the hollows of eastern Kentucky to search for and confiscate people’s firearms?

    Once two strangers climbed ol’ Rocky Top
    Lookin’ for a moonshine still
    Strangers ain’t come down from Rocky Top
    Reckon they never will

    Unless the Commander-in-Chief plans on sending bombing missions to destroy cabins where someone might, Heaven forfend! have a semi-automatic weapon, he’s going to have to send individual policemen to confiscate them . . . and some of those policemen just might get shot.

    I do vote for one Democrat here: Estill County Sheriff Chris Flynn, a Maribe Corps veteran who has said he would resign rather than obey an order to seize people weapons. I’m pretty sure that most of the county sheriffs in the Bluegrass State feel the same way.

    And this is why there should never be gun registration! As long as the gendarmerie don’t know who has an AR-15, the only way to confiscate them is to have a judge issue a search warrant for every home to go out and look for them, and that would be way, way, way unconstitutional.

    • Elwood P. Dowd says:

      One of my favorite songs, from HS days. Also, Paradise by John Prine (here with the luminous Sarah Jarosz). And of course, any old time string band.

      It seems the bombastic President Biden meant that if Red Dawn “informal militias” of AR-15 toting patriotic terrorists thought they could overthrow the US they should reconsider.

      Yes, I would support banning the sale of AR-15s. They ain’t good for nothing except the wholesale killing of humans. Will it happen? Doubtful. We have two gun problems in the US: 1) daily urban/suburban shootings of street criminals and the innocents in the way (black on black crime!), almost always with semi-auto handguns and 2) weekly terrorist-type mass shootings almost always with AR-15 style assault weapons. Different origins, different idiots, but most are hopeless young.

      More guns, less crime?

      • drowningpuppies says:

        Rimjob: It seems the bombastic President Biden meant…

        Always enjoy one nutbag clarifying what another nutbug really meant.

  2. Joe says:

    “President Joe Biden said Tuesday while in Pennsylvania that “brave right wing Americans” who claim the Second Amendment is meant to fight back against a tyrannical government would be obliterated by the military.” The Jell-O brain pedophile appears to be under the impression that the military would be 100% on his side in taking action against the citizens of the country. I think he is over substantially over estimating who is on his side.

  3. drowningpuppies says:

    Biden has once again publicly exhibited his pedophile side. You know, the side where he showered with his preteen daughter who later just happened to become addicted to sex as a teen.
    He’s sick. The media’s sicker. On Thursday, he plans to lecture Americans on the soul of the nation. I refuse to listen to this corrupt, crooked idiot.


  4. Our esteemed host quoted:

    Gov. Kathy Hochul said Friday that she and her fellow Democrats in the state Legislature took action the next week because the ruling “destroyed the ability for a governor to be able to protect her citizens from people who carry concealed weapons anywhere they choose.”

    Actually, shootings and murders are down slightly in New York City from 2021, before the Supreme Court overturned the state’s onerous gun restrictions.

    Of course, Governess Hochul seems to believe that if it is illegal for people to carry guns, criminals won’t carry guns! It’s kind of like how there is no drug abuse since we made recreational pharmaceuticals illegal.

  5. Professor Hale says:

    This is not just the danger of electing presidents who are senile, but also never all that bright in the first place, and finally no idea what war even looks like.

    He cannot imagine that F-15 pilots might own AR15’s, or that loyal Army officers go home at night to their families and are then just as vulnerable as everyone else.

  6. Hairy says:

    RPGs. ?? Should they also be allowed? Are thete any limits in what is not covered by the 2nd Amendment?

    • Professor Hale says:

      HAHAHAH. You say that as if I wouldn’t like to have an RPG if it were allowable, or as if manufacturing explosives were not a 14th century technology that most educated people can easily replicate. I actually know people who do own cannons. Your attempt at argumentum ad absurdum (plus Nyquil) is itself absurd.

      The purpose of the term “a well regulated militia” in the 2nd amendment empowers the government not to regulate arms trade, but to make suggestions (regularize) about what arms American SHOULD own so that they can be incorporated into the militia. In such a case, the 2nd amendment can be construed as to REQUIRE Americans of military service age to own an AR-15, 7.62x51mm MG, and a locally made anti-tank rocket… but not an RPG because those are Eastern block weapons, not AMERICAN weapons.

      This has all been previously discussed over the past 200+ years of constitutional government in the USA. Stop pretending that this is a new topic.

    • L.G.Brandon!, L.G.Brandon! says:

      Read the amendment yourself and tell me the limits you see.

  7. Elwood P. Dowd says:


    @JoeBiden mocks patriots who correctly state the Second Amendment was written to allow the PEOPLE to defend the nation from a tyrannical government

    Just another winger myth. Does it make sense that the nascent US gov’t intended an amendment permitting its own destruction on a whim?

    After leading a national army into Western PA to quash a rebellion, President George Washington, to Congress:

    To yield to the treasonable fury of so small a portion of the United States, would be to violate the fundamental principle of our constitution, which enjoins that the will of the majority shall prevail. . . . intelligence has tended to manifest the necessity of what has been done; it being now confessed by those who were not inclined to exaggerate the ill-conduct of the insurgents, that their malevolence was not pointed merely to a particular law; but that a spirit, inimical to all order, has actuated many of the offenders.

    Was President George Washington a tyrant that deserved to die at the hands of traitors?

    Conmenter: Read the amendment yourself and tell me the limits you see.

    “A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.”

    The only limits are what the US Supreme Court says there are. No limits on age, mental capacity/state, past crimes, type of arms, type of ammunition… in fact ANY limits are unconstitutional. I would hope patriotic Americans will start testing these laws so we can get clarification from the Court.

    • Just Another Semi Fascist says:

      What is it about OTHER Americans owning firearms that gets Elwood WHO OWNS AR-15’s so crazed? Why can’t he direct that hate for American sovereignty toward criminals? Or better yet, communists.

      As a “Semi Fascist” (according to the pedo that raided a political opponents home) I must point out that Elwood has passed his expiration date and needs to eliminate himself for the good of the Borg. He has become a parody not only of himself but of every other hate filled communist fifth columnist currently calling themselves democrats residing in this once free country.

      When a party has reached the point of stealing elections, cancelling political opponents, using private corporations to censor their enemies, and send government goons into a Presidents home to threaten him to not run again they have reached peak fascism and as leftists are required to call everyone else fascists because of the “projection” clause in their anti-social contract.

      Elwood does not fail in his commie obligation. A true believer to the end Elwood will sign up for his 15th booster just as the power grid collapses while plugging in his EV that will not work. Irony, I love it.

      • Professor Hale says:

        As a believer in the value of liberty in a free society, I fully support Jeff’s desire to have his own firearms seized. There are of course multiple ways he can go about keeping them out of “the wrong hands” (like his own), that do not involve waiting for Congress and courts to act. No one here should second guess Jeff’s own judgement about the safety of allowing Jeff to possess firearms or exercise any other freedom that other Americans have as a birth right.

        • L.G.Brandon!, L.G.Brandon! says:

          Well, Professor I for one do not second guess Dowds judgement about enjoying any freedom we all have. In fact, it behooves Dowd to surrender his firearms post haste since he has no need for such immense firepower. Secondly he should be willing to cancel his freedom of speech as he obviously uses it for only ill.

          In fact once again I call on Dowd to take the next logical step in his development…cancel himself! His crime syndicate (he calls a political party) will take care of his family with welfare, food stamps and the like just as they shovel that crap on others.

          Dowd, welcome to the welfare state of socialist America.

          Seig Heil, the “new” left. As Pedo Joe seizes Mar-a-Lago and the BLM brown shirts burn the cities the commies keep printing money to buy votes as Dowd and his comrades sing:

      • Elwood P. Dowd says:


        We have no AR-15 type rifles. Nor any semi-auto anything except Model 1100s in 12 and 20g. For hunting in Missouri, our rifles are either bolt or lever action, and we’re limited to the number of rounds.

        AR-15s are for guys with tiny dicks.

    • david7134 says:

      You bring up Washington like we should all honor his thought. But I feel different. I don’t have much use for Washington. He did two things of note. One, he never knew that the Brits had beaten the hell out of him, mostly because he was a dreadful leader of military. Second, he decided to not make himself a king, which was wise as he never had children and children are what keeps a king alive.

      Now, what were the poor people fighting about? It happens that the POS Hamilton required that the farmers pay taxes with money. Problem was that there was no money. At the time it was impossible to get perishable food to the cities on the seaboard. So they made whiskey out of the surplus, which was heavily taxed. Not paying the tax resulted in land confiscation by, you guessed it, Hamilton. The spirit of the Dems was alive and well even then.

      • Elwood P. Dowd says:


        We’re pleased you recognize the effort put into the formation and maintenance of the United States of America. His biography reveals President Washington had little use for you, although he thought you’d be less of an asshole when you got older. We know how that turned out.

        Fortunately, General Washington had the gumption and leadership to vanquish the Brits. He was strategic and versatile but a failure as a tactician. But he adapted and the rebels were able to drag the war out until it became too expensive and cumbersome for the Brits to continue.

        We didn’t bring up President Washington to honor him but to demonstrate the thinking of the US at the time.

        • david7134 says:

          Clearly, like with everything, you have no knowledge of the subject. Do you ever read? In the years of the revolution can you name more than two battles won by Washington?

  8. drowningpuppies says:

    “Do you realize the bullet out of an AR-15 travels 5 times as rapidly as a bullet shot out of any other gun?”

    –*President Spongebrain McShitpants
    This is Rimjob level stupid.

    • drowningpuppies says:

      And the topper.

      And do you realize the AR-15 can “vaporize a body within seconds”?

      — *President Spongebrain McShitpants


    • david7134 says:

      I have fund that to be useful information. I love to do the Matrix thing and doge the bullets. It is a bit more difficult with the AR but can be done. I encourage Jeff to try and best me at it.

    • Elwood P. Dowd says:

      .223 is about 3x the muzzle velocity of handgun rounds.

      And yes the .223 is incredibly damaging to tissue, more so than handgun cartridges.

      There’s a reason the M4 style rifle and .223 (5.56 mm) is used by military, police and mass shooters.

      • david7134 says:


      • drowningpuppies says:

        Rimjob’s stupid as Brandon.

      • L.G.Brandon!, L.G.Brandon! says:

        Hey goofball, Elwood I mean you. Mass shooters use hand guns by a overwhelming supermajority. Very few mass shootings are involved with M$ style rifles and .223 ammo. Mostly 9mm and ,38 cal. Stop repeating everything you hear on MSNBC. Makes you sound like an idiot.

        Seig Heil.

        • Elwood P. Dowd says:

          Hey baby killer, Luke I mean you. Parkland school, Las Vegas concert, Buffalo supermarket, Uvalde school, Sandy Hook school, Boulder, Orlando nightclub, Aurora theater, Sutherland Springs church, Pittsburgh synagogue, El Paso Wal-Mart (an AK type), and dozens more.

          For some reason, even stupid or mentally ill killers prefer these semi-auto, easily handled, assault weapons for killing lots of innocents. And yes, even if angry and desperate cons are deprived of assault weapons, they’ll continue to murder, just less effectively. ARs are more efficient killing instruments than are semi-auto pistols or semi-auto hunting rifles.

          Militaries are in the business of legally killing enemies. They prefer these weapons. Mass shooters prefer them for illegally killing “enemies”.

          BTW, I’ve never been responsible for killing a fetus. How about you?

  9. david7134 says:

    Oh, I almost forgot. The woman that speak for the demented, corrupt, pretender president , the woman with the Brillo hair, has decided that those that support Trump are enemies of the state. So, 50% of the country are now targeted by our government. Going to be fun. Get some.

    • Professor Hale says:

      Nothing new. That’s why the Democrats put so much effort into manufacturing votes: Voters are too unreliable and often deplorable.

  10. UnkleC says:

    It appears that Brandon actually knows less about firearms than Elwood. The .223 is one of the most common cartridges in the world as has been adopted by militaries, law enforcement, target shooters, and sportsmen as a easy to shoot, inexpensive cartridge of adequate power.
    To discuss ‘power’ of comparative cartridges, I refer you to Chuck Hawks’ ‘Rifle Cartridge Killing Power List’ for comparisons. The .223 is not a particularly powerful round. Interestingly, the 357 magnum and 44 magnum pistol cartridges loaded for rifle use are notably more powerful than the .223.
    Bottom line, get your firearm information from a reliable, firearm related source not a political blog, news media, or politician. Especially a democrat politician.

    • david7134 says:

      Jeff, never, ever has any idea as to what he is talking about. You could probably find a discussion of the subject on Raw Story and that would be his source. He actually thinks that left sites have correct information. He is an absolute dumbass.

    • david7134 says:

      Thanks, goog information, Jeff will never be able to understand.

      • UnkleC says:

        I’ve ‘debated’ this with Jeff before, against my policies of don’t feed trolls and don’t argue with idiots. I just will not do it further.
        I try to provide good info when I can.

        • Professor Hale says:

          The military is stopping using it and is moving to the 6.8mm round starting just a few years ago. Reason: 5.56mm isn’t damaging enough. The reason the military adopted the 5.56 is because of the low weight allowing more ammo and other items to be carried. Second reason, the high velocity has a very flat trajectory so training soldiers in marksmanship is MUCH easier and costs less. So I guess we can stop calling this a weapon of war since the US military has moved on to something else.

          Police use it because the military does. Police like to look tacti-cool.

          Mass shooters, mostly don’t use them, but when they do it’s because of low cost and availability as well as “looking cool”.

          • UnkleC says:

            Correct Prof, I haven’t paid much attention to the new round as 6.8 isn’t terribly popular in the activities I participate in. I have heard [no verification] that there are some ‘glitches’ with the development, however I would expect to see a 6.5 or 6.8mm round to be adopted in the end. Reasonable weight,accuracy, moderate recoil, and long range usability are some of the key factors the military looks for.
            Me? I’m looking to put 5 rounds in 1 hole at 100 yards.

        • Professor Hale says:

          Jeff doesn’t debate. He just cut-pastes stuff that is approved by Democratic party activists talking points.

          • Elwood P. Dowd says:

            The pretend prof, aka the “nutty perfesser’, Allen, cuts and pastes from right-wing blogs.

        • Elwood P. Dowd says:


          Good! He says he’s tired of having to correct your misinformation.

  11. Formerlib says:

    Okay, I think what he’s saying is, I can have an F-15 but I can’t have an AR-15.

  12. Elwood P. Dowd says:


    Our recollection is that the colonists won the war against the British and General Washington became President Washington. Our collective could be wrong.

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