Biden: Constitution Doesn’t Say ‘Anyone Can Own a Weapon,’ Each Amendment Has a ‘Limitation’


Former Vice President Joe Biden, the frontrunner for the Democratic presidential nomination, said that U.S. Constitution does not allow “anyone” to own a weapon and does not give citizens the right to buy “any kind of weapon” they want because every amendment has limitations.

Biden positioned himself as the only Democratic candidate who took on the National Rifle Association nationally and won, citing the temporary assault weapons ban that was passed when former President Bill Clinton was in office. It expired under former President George W. Bush and Congress did not renew it when former President Barack Obama was in office.

“Every single solitary amendment has a limitation on it. Now, the limitation that exists on the Second Amendment is, nowhere does it say you can own any kind of weapon you want. Nowhere does it say anyone can own a weapon. And those who say, and maybe some do, that the tree of liberty is watered with the blood of patriots, meaning you’ve got to be able to have enough power to take on your government — well, you need an F-15, you need an M1 tank, you need flame throwers, you need bazookas. No, I’m serious, if that’s the rationale,” Biden said during a campaign town hall in Rock Hill, S.C. on Thursday. more here

37 Comments on Biden: Constitution Doesn’t Say ‘Anyone Can Own a Weapon,’ Each Amendment Has a ‘Limitation’

  1. Exactly the reason it exists.

    A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.

  2. I don’t need an F15 or an M1 tank. All I need is a rifle and ammunition.
    Worked for the Viet Cong to drive out the French and Americans.

  3. Says who? YOU Joe? The Constitution doesn’t say I can have any kind of weapon I want?

    The Constitution doesn’t say shit about abortion you fucking retard.

  4. Toxic Deplorable Racist B Woodman, the VC ran us out of Nam and then Democrat shitballs like Joe cut off funding for the South Vietnamese to carry on the war.

    And the Constitution doesn’t say I CAN’T have any weapon I want.

  5. This man was the vice president of this country. At some point we are going to be directly and irreversibly impacted by this kind of “leadership”.

  6. I am so sorry that this idiot is going to flame out before the D’rat convention … he is the perfect D’rat crackpot to run against Trump

    lesson learned: don’t jump in front of the D’rat train wreck candidate until they are nominated … let them present their latest bozo candidate & then bust ’em in their ‘nads (female candidates included)

  7. F–k your “Jets & Tanks” canard, you nattering imbecile. We’ll cross that bridge when we come to it. But I’m not fighting your antifa Molotov cocktails with Molotov cocktails.

  8. Yah don’t need ten bullets ta kiyll ah deeyahhh! Hey Joe, what ya doin’ with that gun in your hand? How’s about you go fuckyourself compadre?

  9. 49 years of NOTHING and this Tourettes-addled, grinning imbecile with the mental agility of a small soap dish want’s to be yer President? Most of America is boarding the Nope train to Fuckthatville when it comes to this mutant mashup of the Winnebago man and Karl Childers for President!

  10. Sorry Joe.
    HEY JOE!
    The Amendments are limitations.
    On government encroachment on personal liberty.

  11. What a effing coincidence, Lindsey Graham (2.Zero) has also stated that rights have limits on more than one occasion, but he’s not a Democrat so it’s OK.

  12. And it is clearly called out in our Constitution:
    “The Congress shall have Power To …grant Letters of Marque and Reprisal….”
    Article I, Section 8, Clause 11

  13. I wonder who Biden would appoint as his Czar of Penumbra Emanation.

    The word abortion is also not in the Constitution so people through their elected representatives can surely regulate it, no?

  14. I’m having trouble with the word “allow” in that sentence, unless of course it means we won’t allow Joe to get anywhere near the presidency.


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