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Joe Biden’s Thanksgiving Message to Americans: “I’m Going to Try and Get Rid of Assault Weapons” (VIDEO)

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Gun-grabbing During the Thanksgiving holiday, Joe Biden addressed a group of firemen in Nantucket, warning them that he would use his position as president to punish the American people in retaliation to a horrible mass killing perpetrated by a “nonbinary individual” earlier in the week.

Biden, hiding behind many layers of personal protection and security, answered to a question about a recent shooting by declaring that he would confiscate all firearms in America, so removing everyone else’s means of self-defense.

That was his Thanksgiving holiday message to the American people.

Jim Hoft of The Gateway Pundit reported on Biden’s Thanksgiving party preparations.

“The Bidens are in Nantucket, Massachusetts, where they will spend Thanksgiving at a luxurious estate owned by billionaire businessman David Rubenstein.

The Bidens are taking over Nantucket. There will be barricades, parking restrictions, street closures, and security screening. They’ve been traveling to Nantucket every Thanksgiving for 46 years.

Meanwhile, 1 in 4 Americans is skipping Thanksgiving this year due to high food prices thanks to Bidenflation.”

During his visit to the Nantucket Fire Department on Thanksgiving, Joe Biden gave a message to the American people in which he vowed to eliminate assault weapons.

The transcript demonstrates that Biden has no comprehension of what he is saying.

During his visit to the Nantucket Fire Department on Thanksgiving, Joe Biden gave a message to the American people in which he vowed to eliminate assault weapons.

The transcript demonstrates that Biden has no comprehension of what he is saying.

Here is the full transcript:

Remarks by President Biden After Visiting With Local Firefighters at the Nantucket Fire Department
Nantucket, Massachusetts
10:11 A.M. EST
Q Can you comment on the Walmart shooting, Mr. President?
THE PRESIDENT: I’m sick and tired of these shootings. We should have much stricter gun laws.
Q We can’t hear you.
Q We can’t hear you.
(The President moves closer to the press.)
Q Happy Thanksgiving.
Q Happy Thanksgiving, Mr. President.
THE PRESIDENT: Happy Thanksgiving to all.
Look, the idea that we’re not enforcing red-flag laws, period, just based on knowledge, not on parents saying or a loved one saying you should arrest this person now for his own sake, is ridiculous.
We got one of the first red-flag laws in the state of Delaware, and my son Beau was the one enforcing it. And it made a lot of difference. It saves lives. So that’s number one.
Number two, the idea — the idea we still allow semiautomatic weapons to be purchased is sick. It’s just sick. It has no, no social redeeming value. Zero. None. Not a single, solitary rationale for it except profit for the gun manufacturers.
Q Can you do anything about gun laws during the lame duck, sir?
THE PRESIDENT: I’m going to try.
Q What will you try and do?
THE PRESIDENT: I’m going to try to get rid of assault weapons.
Q During the lame duck?
THE PRESIDENT: I’m going to do it whenever I — I got to make that assessment as I get in and start counting the votes.
Q Can you give your assessment on whether Ukraine aid will need to be topped up in the lame duck?
THE PRESIDENT: Well, yes. Matter of fact, I just had another drawdown. I signed another drawdown of over $300 million. And there’s no time — this is no time to walk away from Ukraine. Not at all.
Now, we had a lot of talk in this last election about whether the other team is going to continue to support Ukraine, and I still believe there’s enough support there that we can continue —
Q Are you involved in the railroad negotiations? Can you talk about what the holdup is, Mr. President?
THE PRESIDENT: I can’t because it’s in the middle of negotiations still. But my —
Q Have you been in touch with the parties?
Q Are you involved?
THE PRESIDENT: My team has been in touch with all the parties, in rooms with the parties. And I have — I have not directly engaged yet because we go — they’re still talking.
Q The oil price cap, sir — will that come together?
Q When will you get your annual physical, Mr. President?
THE PRESIDENT: What, do you think I need it? (Laughter.)
Q You just had a birthday.
THE PRESIDENT: (Laughs.) I’ve gotten my — I will get — part of my physical is already done, and I’ll be getting it before the end of the year.
Q Have you talked to Secretary Yellen about the oil price cap talk, sir?
THE PRESIDENT: Yes. And it’s in play.
Thank you.
10:14 A.M. EST

Here are some photos from the day’s events:

Hoft reported with more details: “It can be recalled that Joe Biden called for a ban on “assault weapons” following the deadly mass shooting at a gay nightclub in Colorado Springs.”


Joe Biden demanded gun control immediately and incorrectly said that the LGBTQ community had been “subjected to horrific hate violence in recent years.”

Biden used the Orlando nightclub shooting as an example of attacks on the gay community without mentioning that the shooter, Omar Mateen, was an Islamic extremist.

“We saw it six years ago in Orlando, when our nation suffered the deadliest attack affecting LGBTQ community in American history,” he said.

“We need to enact an assault weapons ban to get weapons of war off America’s streets,” Biden said in a statement.


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