Less than a year into the Biden-Harris administration, there is already a sense that America is at a tipping point. At the fulcrum of this precarious balance is the Second Amendment.
There is a central hypocrisy at the heart of the gun-control effort. Gun-control-supporting politicians, the Hollywood elite and billionaire tycoons will advocate to disarm ordinary Americans, all the while enjoying the security that armed men with guns provide.
Biden’s nominee to lead the ATF will be voted on by the full Senate.
Joe Biden was sworn in as president of the United States on Jan. 20, 2021. Seventy-seven days later, on April 7, he announced a series of executive actions that would criminalize formerly lawful behavior and invest a rank gun-control advocate with the power to target gun owners as criminals.
The case against Chipman continues to grow.
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.
Biden's nominee to lead the ATF doubled down on his anti-gun extremism.
David Chipman will appear in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee Wednesday.