Biden LASHES Out After Supreme Court Strikes Him Down

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President Joe Biden urged Congress to prohibit bump stocks shortly after the Supreme Court of the United States invalidated the ATF’s ban on these firearm accessories.

A longer statement was also attached, saying:

“Notwithstanding this decision, my Administration will continue to take action. I took on the NRA and signed the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act — the most significant gun violence reduction legislation to pass Congress in nearly 30 years. My Administration established the first ever White House office of Gun Violence Prevention, made historical investments in mental health to support people in times of crisis, and expanded background checks to keep firearms out of the wrong hands.”

Biden’s ATF has actively proposed regulatory measures for gun control throughout his tenure, but several of these measures have faced significant challenges in the judicial system in the past week.

The Gun Owners of America obtained a preliminary injunction against the ATF’s background check rule. Additionally, on June 13, 2024, Breitbart News highlighted the success of the Firearms Policy Coalition in having the ATF’s universal background check rule invalidated.

While the decision to invalidate the universal background check rule can be appealed, it would be directed to the Fifth Circuit, which has not been particularly receptive to the ATF’s efforts in implementing regulatory gun control. Most recently, on June 14, 2024, the Supreme Court of the United States overturned the ATF’s ban on bump stocks.

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