Biden Deserves Brickbats For Earlier Criticism Of Texas Gun Law ~ VIDEO

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BELLEVUE, WA – -(AmmoLand.com)- Former Vice President Joe Biden deserves every brickbat being thrown in his direction in the aftermath of Sunday’s church shooting incident in Texas for declaring in September that the state’s new law allowing guns in churches is “irrational,” the Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms said today.

But Biden should not be alone in the hot seat, said CCRKBA Chairman Alan Gottlieb.

“The deafening silence from Biden’s fellow Democrats still in the presidential race is equally telling,” Gottlieb observed. “Not one of them has stepped forward to offer even faint praise for the courage of Jack Wilson, who used his legally-carried pistol to stop the shotgun-wielding killer from wreaking more havoc at the West Freeway Church of Christ.

“The gun control crowd has been predictably silent,” he continued, “because the use of firearms by private citizens in defense of themselves and others—especially a large crowd of worshippers in a church—just doesn’t fit the extremist gun control narrative.”

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Biden Deserves Brickbats For Earlier Criticism Of Texas Gun Law

Sunday’s tragic incident was ended in six seconds after the gunman, identified as a man with a criminal record in at least three states, fatally shot two members of the church congregation. Wilson’s quick action and accuracy prevented further carnage.

“Within seconds,” Gottlieb noted, “video of the tragic incident revealed at least seven more church members with drawn guns carefully closing in on the downed killer. Their responsible use of firearms to defend their fellow congregants is exactly why Texas enacted its new laws. At the very least, Biden should apologize for his earlier criticism.

“Biden’s trash talk in September symbolizes everything wrong with his party’s increasing hostility toward law-abiding gun owners and the Second Amendment,” he said. “This year, we’ve already heard proposals for mandatory buybacks, registration and licensing, gun bans and Beto O’Rourke’s outright threat of confiscation. If anyone has been irrational, it’s Biden and his fellow Democrats for their demagoguery and anti-rights hysteria.

“What happened Sunday in Texas,” Gottlieb concluded, “reminded us all of individual heroism, and that actions always speak louder than words, and that brave people act while politicians pontificate.”


Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear ArmsWith more than 650,000 members and supporters nationwide, the Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms (www.ccrkba.org) is one of the nation’s premier gun rights organizations. As a non-profit organization, the Citizens Committee is dedicated to preserving firearms freedoms through active lobbying of elected officials and facilitating grass-roots organization of gun rights activists in local communities throughout the United States.

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Core
Core
1 year ago

The truth to the matter is that disarming the law abiding is dealing out a death sentence to many citizens in addition to being a high crime violating Article VI and the Second Amendment, within the US Constitution.

jack mac
jack mac
1 year ago

All people, specifically our public servants, desiring to disarm private citizens in anyway are a danger; clear and present. Now a deadly threat.

JPM
JPM
1 year ago

Why anyone with a brain and a little common sense and reason would believe and trust anything Joe Biden, or ANY Democrat would say, is incomprehensible.

Slut
Slut
1 year ago

Joe “Blow” Biden reveals more foolishness every time he opens his mouth. He’s not just sticking his foot in his mouth, he’s chewing on his kneecaps!

Gene Ralno
Gene Ralno
1 year ago

Even democrats know Biden plagiarized stuff to get through school and made it in politics by being a moronic shill. He’s to be ignored now that he has no future.

Circle8
Circle8
1 year ago

Nobody has ever accused joe biden of being smart. The man is a fool. I don’t say that because he is a democrat I say it because IT IS TRUE.

tetejaun
tetejaun
1 year ago

I see Gottlieb used the weasel words “legally-carried gun”.
When you kneel to the totalitarian government in your heart, when you see government as master, it comes out. This is evidenced by Alan’s kneeling to ‘gun-control laws’ in his use of the “legally-carried” descriptor.
Kneel, Alan, kneel and lick the hand of your master, government.

Tionico
Tionico
1 year ago
Reply to  tetejaun

Nah, tete, you miss Alan’s MO entirely. HE knows whether “legal” or not one’s right to carry is sacrosanct. Those words “legally carried” are a hard ‘in yer face, jerk” slap to those who would go on a whinge about “guns don’t belong in a house of worship or _____________ (choose your preferred speshul playce)” With those words there, any attempt by Biden and his ilk to moan about “daynjrus gunnnnnzzzz” are silenced before the noise pollution leaves their open mouths.

tetejaun
tetejaun
1 year ago

During the rapist Bill Clinton administration, Senator Joe Biden repeatedly said no American needed a gun (even though he has a squad of taxpayer-paid federal armed security around him and his wife). Americans came to testify that the ‘assault weapon ban’ was unconstitutional and anti-constitutional. Joe would interrupt them and denounce the idea that they had a ‘right’ to own and bear arms. Joe was too stupid to realize the implications, but enjoyed brow-beating the pro-gun witnesses. Anti-America activist democrats held closed-door hearings, no pro-gun Americans were allowed. At the end of one secret hearing, Joe stretched out his arms… Read more »

Darkman
Darkman
1 year ago
Reply to  tetejaun

May I use that last line? It sums up the very problem We face today in the war against those lusting to divest Us of OUR Freedoms.

Darkman
Darkman
1 year ago

Coming from a senile old pervert. Who’s had taxpayer funded armed security (Secret Service) protection since 2007 till present and will be entitled to it for the rest of his life. As well as his entire family.

Oldman
Oldman
1 year ago
Reply to  Darkman

Maybe it’s time to change the lifetime Secret Service protection and institute it to a period of no more than ten years following one’s leaving office. That would give them time to hire their own bodyguards and make them think about the way they try to govern while they are in office. Course, good ol’ Sleepy Joe wouldn’t need to do that if he wins the election……….Time ain’t on his side.

Finnky
Finnky
1 year ago
Reply to  Oldman

– Joe’s not likely to make 10 years from leaving vice presidency. January 2027 is still seven years off and he’s going to need 24 hour dementia care within two.