New Biden Gun Grab Based On Just 2 Shootings, 105 Cases Of 40M Arms
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- The Biden administration’s weak case for abruptly imposing new rules and taxes on firearms long free from them is giving hope to some Second Amendment advocates that decades of gun laws dating to Al Capone’s days will finally be killed by the U.S. Supreme Court.
- Deep in the new 293-page rule, the ATF gave its evidence the weapon is dangerous. It cited two recent mass shootings, one that killed nine in Dayton, Ohio, in 2019, and another that killed 10 in Boulder, Colorado. Both involved shooters with known mental problems who still apparently passed FBI background checks.
- And it added that since 2015, it has worked on “approximately 105 firearms cases or investigations” involving the pistols equipped with stabilizing braces, out of 10 million-40 million estimated in use by the bipartisan Congressional Research Service.
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