“Dear Joe Biden, you’re failing,” opens a recent video in a staunch rebuke of President Joe Biden’s (D) previous claims of intending “to defeat the NRA” and thus rip away a civil right.
The pushback is needed, as it was Biden who declared war on this association and our freedom.
“I pledge … to defeat the NRA and end the epidemic of gun violence in America,” said Biden just before his inauguration in January of 2021.
Despite Biden’s threats, the reality is that these last two years have seen a growth in our Second Amendment freedom. “While you’ve been busy stocking your fridge with ice cream, pro-America legislatures have passed constitutional carry… with the support from the NRA,” said multiple NRA members. “We’re on the offense and we’re not going to stop,” added another.
Indeed, the National Rifle Association has spearheaded the fight for freedom by helping to pass constitutional carry in 11 states since Biden took office, bringing the total to 27 states that have embraced freedom. “It’s been up to us at the state level to pass reforms that put the safety and Second Amendment rights of Americans first,” said one NRA member.
This nation’s oldest civil-rights organization also played a crucial part in the landmark U.S. Supreme Court case, New York State Rifle & Pistol Association v. Bruen, which affirmed that our constitutional rights don’t cease to exist at our front door.
Despite this, Biden has repeated his desire to “take on the NRA” while simultaneously seeking to demonize law-abiding Americans. “The idea, the idea we still allow semi-automatic weapons to be purchased is stick, it’s just sick. Ban assault weapons now, ban them now,” said Biden (this is shown in the video).
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled in D.C. v. Heller (2008) that firearms in “common use” are constitutionally protected, and with more-than-24-million AR-15 platform rifles currently in circulation—rifles that Biden regularly attempts to vilify by labeling them with the “assault weapons” slur invented by anti-gun extremists—it’s obvious that these firearms are, in fact, in common use.
So it’s clear that in his quest to “defeat the NRA,” and by extension his goal of limiting an American civil right, President Biden is failing, thanks to the millions who support the NRA.
“I am freedom,” proclaimed NRA Executive Vice President and CEO Wayne LaPierre, a line that was echoed by multiple NRA members who also proudly said, “I am the National Rifle Association of America.”