On Friday, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki announced that President Joe Biden would be singing anti-Second Amendment executive orders to increase gun control.
“Yes,” Psaki bluntly replied after she was asked about gun control executive orders. “I can’t give you an exact time frame in part, because they have to go through a review process, which is something that we do from here.”
“I will note that when we, when the president was the vice president in the Obama-Biden administration, he helped put in place twenty three executive actions to combat gun violence,” she added. “It’s one of the levers that we can use that any federal government, any president, can use to help address the prevalence of gun violence and address community safety around the country.”
During his first press conference as president on Thursday, Biden hinted that executive orders were coming but added that he needed to “wait another minute” to pursue other agendas first.
The recent push by the Biden administration for gun control is extremely ironic considering Biden’s son, Hunter Biden, should be facing jail time for illegally obtaining a firearm.
According to a new report, Hunter Biden was involved with a gun incident a few years ago. The new allegation against Hunter Biden allegedly took place in October of 2018 when there was an incident between Hunter Biden and his deceased brother, Beau Biden’s wife Hallie Biden. The two started dating after Beau Biden died.
The report claims that Hallie Biden threw away Hunter Biden’s gun in the trash can which was later found by law enforcement officials who were concerned because the gun was close to a nearby school. Hallie Biden tried retrieving the gun but it was gone.
“Secret Service agents approached the owner of the store where Hunter bought the gun and asked to take the paperwork involving the sale, according to two people, one of whom has firsthand knowledge of the episode and the other was briefed by a Secret Service agent after the fact,” Politico reported. “The gun store owner refused to supply the paperwork, suspecting that the Secret Service officers wanted to hide Hunter’s ownership of the missing gun in case it were to be involved in a crime, the two people said. The owner, Ron Palmieri, later turned over the papers to the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives, which oversees federal gun laws.”