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Republican Representative Shreds Biden For His Gun Comments On Thanksgiving
Republican Arizona Rep. Andy Biggs shredded President Joe Biden for
going after a fundamental right when he spoke to reporters on a
The representative spoke to host Carl Higbie when he crushed the
president’s comments on Thanksgiving.
“How do you turn Thanksgiving holiday into an attack on the Second
Amendment? Well this administration can do that at any time. This is
one of their big goals,” he said.
“I was pretty upset that they would try to distract from the very
special day to an attack on our rights, but that’s par for the course
for the Biden administration,” the representative said.
“This notion that we’re going to go ahead and take away what we
believe to be a God given inherent right in this Constitutional
Republic because Joe Biden doesn’t know the difference between an
automatic, a semi-auto, what he likes to call assault weapons, that’s
just absolutely , it’s tyrannical in its way,” he said.
Biden took aim at lawful gun owners again this week following a pair
of shootings at a club in Colorado and a Walmart in Virginia.
In remarks to a reporter, Biden lashed out at all Americans who own
“semi-automatic” guns, which, according to published data, amount to
more than half of all firearms in private hands.
During a press event in Nantucket, Mass., Biden specifically
referenced the shooting in Colorado Springs, Colo., where a
self-described “non-binary” gunman killed five patrons and wounded
nearly 20 others at Club Q, a hot spot for the gay and lesbian
“The idea we still allow semi-automatic weapons to be purchased is
sick,” Biden said. “Just sick. It has no socially redeeming value.
Zero. None. Not a single solitary rationale for it except profit for
the gun manufacturers.”
Another reporter went on to ask the president if he thought he could
make any progress on new gun control laws when Republicans take
control of the House in January, responding that he would have to take
stock of votes first.
“I’m going to try,” Biden said. “I’m going to try to get rid of
The president was blasted over his remarks for his overly generalized
statement regarding firearms and the tens of millions of Americans who
“So essentially all guns are on the Big Guy’s chopping block,”
Hollywood actor James Woods tweeted.
So essentially all guns are on the Big Guy’s chopping block.
— James Woods (@RealJamesWoods) November 25, 2022
“Wow. Are there any guns Biden would not ban?” Judicial Watch
President Tom Fitton noted on Twitter.
Rep. Thomas Massie, R-Ky., said that Biden was “maligning most gun
owners” and added that Americans rejected recent gun control proposals
floated by outgoing House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.).
Americans rejected Pelosi’s gun control schemes in the mid terms,
yet here is Biden saying he wants to ban modern firearms, and
maligning most gun owners. https://t.co/8cXyftBx8j
— Thomas Massie (@RepThomasMassie) November 24, 2022
Missouri’s 4th congressional district U.S. Representative-elect Mark
Alford called Biden’s stance on gun laws “sheer ignorance,” going on
to cite an article noting that semi-automatic weapons make up 50
percent of all gun sales in America.
Serving up sheer ignorance for Thanksgiving!! @POTUS now wants to
ban ALL semiautomatic weapons. “The idea that we still allow
semiautomatic weapons to be purchased is sick” Semiautomatics make up
50% of ALL gun sales in America. https://t.co/181vuX0sQg @NRA
— Mark Alford 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸 (@markalfordkc) November 24, 2022
In June, the U.S. Supreme Court handed strengthened the Second
Amendment’s individual right to keep and bear arms by striking down a
concealed carry law in New York state that a majority of justices
viewed as unconstitutionally restrictive. And in October, the Biden
administration lost another case in federal court regarding the right.
According to reports, U.S. District Judge Joseph Goodwin in
Charleston, W. Va., ruled that a federal ban on guns without a serial
number or with a serial number removed is unconstitutional in the
first such ruling since the U.S. Supreme Court upheld broader gun
rights in a June ruling.
Goodwin ruled on Wednesday that the ban was inconsistent with the
United States’ “historical tradition of firearm regulation,” which is
a new standard for deciding Second Amendment cases that the Supreme
Court laid out over the summer, Reuters reported, adding:
The decision came in a criminal case charging a man, Randy Price, with
illegally possessing a gun with the serial number removed that was
found in his car. The judge dismissed that charge, though Price is
still charged with illegally possessing the gun after being convicted
of previous felonies.
Price’s lawyer, Lex Coleman, called the decision “thoughtful, measured
and accurate.” A spokesperson for the office of U.S. Attorney William
Thompson in Charleston, which is prosecuting the case, said the office
was “reviewing the ruling and assessing options.”
The federal law in question prohibits anyone from transporting a gun
with the serial number removed across state lines, or from possessing
such a gun if it has ever been transported across state lines.
Serial numbers, first required by the federal Gun Control Act of 1968,
are intended to prevent illegal gun sales and make it easier to solve
crimes by allowing individual guns to be traced.
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