Among many things said by President Joe Biden during his Thursday speech on gun control, one of the bigger headscratchers may well be his comment that none of the constitutional amendments are absolute.
Yet, he said it. We can’t pretend otherwise.
Here’s what our friends over at PJ Media had to say about it:
On Thursday, President Joe Biden announced new executive actions on gun control, trying to limit “ghost guns” and to make it easier for people to flag their own family members who shouldn’t be allowed to purchase firearms. In announcing his gun restrictions, Biden specifically addressed the Second Amendment.
While Biden insisted that none of his gun control measures impinged on the Second Amendment, he also insisted that “no amendment to the Constitution is absolute.”
“Nothing, nothing I’m about to recommend in any way impinges on the Second Amendment. They’re phony arguments suggesting that these are Second Amendment rights at stake for what we’re talking about,” he argued.