A vote on David Chipman is expected in the coming weeks and as Democratic leadership tries to secure the necessary votes to confirm him, more keeps coming out about the nominee.
Dozens of Senate Republicans signed a letter demanding Attorney General Garland change his course.
Biden’s nominee to lead the ATF will be voted on by the full Senate.
You and I are now in the battle of our lives. Two of the most extreme, gun-hating politicians in America—Nancy Pelosi and Charles Schumer—control the U.S. House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate. Anti-gun legislation is on the move in Washington, D.C., like we haven’t seen in a generation.
Elections have consequences. Less than two months into the Biden administration, the U.S. House of Representatives took up two far-reaching gun-control bills. Neither would reduce crime, but that is not the point.
I have spent much of the last year reporting on Joe Biden’s aggressive plans for gun control. Yet one of his most consequential proposals doesn’t feature the headline-grabbing elements of a firearm ban or confiscation scheme (which, of course, Biden also supports).
Her words run counter to the Biden administration’s agenda.