Joe Biden on Wednesday signed an executive order to reform policing just one day after a teenager fatally shot 21 people at a Texas elementary school.
Biden politicized the tragic mass shooting and used it as an excuse to attack the Second Amendment.
“When in God’s name will we do what needs to be done to, if not completely stop, fundamentally change the amount of the carnage that goes on in this country?” said Biden, a lifelong grifter who spent 50 years of his life in government.
“I’m just sick and tired,” he added.
Biden attacked the Second Amendment as he delivered remarks on the Texas shooting.
“The Second Amendment is not absolute. When it was passed, you couldn’t own a cannon…there’s always been limitations,” said Biden.
Biden: “Second Amendment Is Not Absolute”; There’s Always Been Limitations pic.twitter.com/ogkYe0t46n
— Daily Caller (@DailyCaller) May 25, 2022
The cannon argument has been repeatedly debunked.
According to historians, there is not one example of a law banning private ownership of cannons.
Biden’s false claim that the 2nd Amendment bans cannon ownership https://t.co/z32WsCW7sv
— Jake Schneider (@jacobkschneider) February 3, 2022
Joe Biden has made similar remarks in the past.
Last April Joe Biden said of the Second Amendment while he announced executive actions on gun control: “No Amendment is absolute.”
“Nothing I’m about to recommend in any way impinges on the Second Amendment… No amendment to the Constitution is absolute. You can’t yell ‘fire in a crowded movie theater and call it freedom of speech. From the beginning, you couldn’t own any weapon you wanted to own,” he said.
“Gun violence in this country is an epidemic and it’s an international embarrassment, “Biden said last year.