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.
Biden’s nominee to lead the ATF will be voted on by the full Senate.
The president used his most-recent speech to make no bones about his intentions.
Recent data makes it clear that firearms sales show no signs of abating.
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.
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.
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.
Despite recent allegations against him, David Chipman will not receive a second hearing.