Biden Capitalizes on California Shooting to Push Gun Ban

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On Sunday, while addressing the recent shooting in Sacramento, CA which left six dead and dozens injured President Biden used the moment to push a political agenda. While delivering remarks after the tragedy President Biden once again pushed for a ban on ghost guns.

According to Fox News:

“Today, America once again mourns for another community devastated by gun violence,” the president began in a statement issued Sunday night. “In a single act in Sacramento, six individuals left dead and at least a dozen more injured. Families forever changed. Survivors left to heal wounds both visible and invisible.”

“I want to thank the first responders in Sacramento, and all those across the United States, who act every day to save lives,” Biden added. “We know these lives were not the only lives impacted by gun violence last night. And we equally mourn for those victims and families who do not make national headlines.”

“But we must do more than mourn; we must act,” Biden said. “That is why my Administration has taken historic executive action to implement my comprehensive gun crime reduction strategy — from standing up gun trafficking strike forces to helping cities across the country expand community violence interventions and hire more police officers for community policing.”

“We also continue to call on Congress to act,” he said. “Ban ghost guns. Require background checks for all gun sales. Ban assault weapons and high-capacity magazines. Repeal gun manufacturers’ immunity from liability. Pass my budget proposal, which would give cities more of the funding they need to fund the police and fund the crime prevention and intervention strategies that can make our cities safer. These are just a few of the steps Congress urgently needs to take to save lives.”

Six people had been fatally shot and another dozen were injured when multiple shooters opened fire in downtown Sacramento around 2 a.m. on Sunday.

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1 month ago

Ban the gun, not the criminal (Democrat platform). Isn’t violation of the Constitution of the USA a treasonous act? After all, multishot weapons have been around since even before the USA was established!

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