Joe Biden finds authority in 2nd Amendment that no one ever has before

Vice President Joe Biden has his own interpretation of the Second Amendment. Somewhere within the 2nd Amendment he sees the government’s innate ability to confiscate your weapon. The text of the 2nd Amendment as ratified by the various States is:  “A well regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed.”   Somehow Uncle Joe has found his authority to confiscate weapons within this sentence. I don’t see it, do you?


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Joe Biden has never been the sharpest knife in the drawer. It is difficult to understand how he has been able to stay in office these many years when he repeatedly shows he does not understand the law, the Constitution, or even common sense. Perhaps he has been Obama’s insurance policy against a much deserved impeachment effort since the public is rightfully terrified of replacing the out of control, would be emperor Obama with the village idiot Biden.

When a sitting president reaches the end of his term, the party pole position generally is awarded to the vice president. The 2016 presidency, however, was seen as the horrid Hillary Clinton’s rightful prize, and Joe decided to sit this one out. But Clinton is now facing a possible indictment, and the public seems to have caught on that she does not have an honest or pleasant bone in her body, and she could very well be too damaged to survive even the primaries.

And crazy uncle Bernie Sanders is gathering steam among panicked Democrat communists, but still seems an embarrassment to rational U.S. citizens. So it may actually be Joe who takes a second look at the race and decides he still has time to throw his hat into the ring.

Biden also anxious to take your guns, …….


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