After calls for the banning of semi-automatic weapons last week by Biden, the White House press conference revealed how the Biden administration might try to ram it through.
Because we know it won’t be through Congress any time soon.
Biden’s advisor, Jen Psaki, informed us that Congress has no current bill proposed on gun control. That is to say, the Democrats only have one current option left.
Their only option would be to use executive orders to ram the agenda through. Psaki confirmed that the President wants gun control now and hasn’t ruled out any options.
From the Daily Wire:
But I will say that the president is somebody throughout his career who has advocated for smart gun safety measures. He has not afraid of standing up to the NRA. He’s done it multiple times and won…
Later in the press conference, a second reporter asked Psaki, “Does the president still plan to take executive action on gun” control? “The president has a range of actions at his disposal,” Psaki responded. “He hasn’t ruled out either of those options.”
As a result of this press conference, the Democrats have shown how far they will go to take away our 2nd Amendment Rights. They will try to make their own rules and expect everybody to follow them.
I guess the fact that Congress’s main job is to create laws doesn’t seem to apply to the Democratic agenda. Even though Biden knows it should be handled by Congress he won’t take no for an answer.
There’s a reason we have the three branches of government. Each one balances out the other two. Likewise, each branch has certain jobs that the others don’t do.
The balance of power is tipped heavily toward the president if he is allowed to create laws through executive order. His radical agenda could run free with no end in sight.
What would be next on his radical list? With how quick executive orders can be signed I’m afraid it won’t matter.
Do you think Biden should be allowed to use executive orders to restrict 2nd Amendment rights?
- Biden called for banning semi-automatic weapons last week.
- Biden’s advisor confirms the president hasn’t ruled out using executive orders for gun control.