Last week, Joe Biden made the commitment to ban assault rifles. The problem is that he has no idea what he is talking about.
Joe Biden announced last week that he plans to pass legislation banning assault weapons. When he made this news, everyone in the White House applauded enthusiastically. I guess it’s always fun when they think that they’re going to get their way, but they know as well as you and I, that this sort of legislation has no hope of becoming a reality.
The truth is that Biden has no understanding what he’s talking about or what legal authority he has to ban guns. The reality is that he is not very knowledgeable, and as a result, people all over the world are wondering who is in control of this country. Biden had to be shuffled off by Jill because it appeared that he had no idea where he was.
I like the way that the Boston Globe puts Biden into perspective…
Dementia Joe Biden has heard the whispers about his, um, mental decline. But during an interview last week with state-run media, he assured a Democrat operative with a press pass that his “mental focus” is as acute as ever.
All dialogue guaranteed verbatim:
“It’s focused I say I think it’s I I haven’t look I have trouble even mentioning even saying to myself my own head the number of years. I no more think of myself as being as old as I am than fly. I mean it’s just not uh uh I haven’t observed anything in terms of there’s not things I don’t do now that I did before whether it’s physical or mental or anything else,” President Biden said.
… Last Friday, at the White House, he brought up the price of gasoline:
“In 41 states plus the District of Columbia, the average gasoline price is less than $2.99.”
Again, not even close. Not one state has prices under $3.
He also claimed that a bullet out of an AR-15 “travels five times as rapidly as a bullet shot out of any other gun.” Not true, but Brandon says he knows about firearms.
“I have two shotguns at home. It’s a long story but I know how to foze guns.”
Biden has a bad habit of convincing himself that he has more authority than he does. We don’t live in a dictatorship, although sometimes it feels that way. He can’t just unilaterally ignore the Constitution.