Biden to Use Executive Action to Pass Gun Control Restrictions

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For some time, the White House warned Americans that gun control was coming. Aides for the Biden administration repeatedly spoke about how the 46th president had previously “taken on” the National Rifle Association (NRA) during stints in his political career. 

The March 2021 shootings in Georgia and Colorado gave the left perfect ammunition to increase their calls for gun control in America. Both of these tragedies also caused more Democrats to pressure the Biden administration to act on gun control. 

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Yesterday, this is precisely what happened. Americans finally learned from the White House that President Biden won’t wait for Congress to pass gun control laws. Instead, the Democrat president will use executive action to achieve his ends, as Breitbart News reports. 

Biden’s Executive Orders on Gun Control

Later today, the 46th president will use his executive order powers to pass a series of gun control restrictions. These restrictions shall involve “red flag” rules for states to follow, reductions of “ghost guns,” and having more guns subjected to the rules of the National Firearms Act. 

These executive orders are, by no means, a replacement for congressional action on gun control. In fact, the White House made very clear on Wednesday that the Biden administration still expects Congress to act on passing gun control legislation. 

The executive orders to come from President Biden later today are merely designed to speed up the process. 

Backlash from the GOP

On Wednesday, conservatives and Republicans responded to news of Biden’s impending actions on gun control. The right made very clear that they will not stand by and idly watch the 46th president trample over Second Amendment rights and the rights of gun owners. 

GOP attorney generals are also being called upon to push back against Biden’s executive actions to come later today. President Biden has already found himself at odds with Republican state attorney generals; this notably happened when the Democrat president brought ruin to the Keystone XL pipeline and refused to rescind the damning executive order. 

Republicans came out in droves on Wednesday; they vowed not to let the Biden administration get away with tyrannical, anti-Second Amendment executive actions. 

What do you think about President Biden using executive action to pass gun control? How much room do you think GOP state attorney generals will have to push back? Let us know your thoughts down below in the comments area.