President Joseph Biden is hardly known for his eloquence, but his words on Monday following the shooting deaths of three children at a private Christian school in Tennessee were shockingly insensitive.
Police claim a female opened fire at The Covenant School, a Presbyterian school in Nashville, resulting in seven fatalities.
According to the Associated Press, a 28-year-old lady was carrying two rifles and a handgun.
The 14-minute slaughter concluded when the unidentified lady was shot and killed by local police.
Biden naturally remarked on the tragedy from the White House and politicized the murder of children in his most recent call for stricter gun laws.
“We have to do more to stop gun violence,” he said, according to The Hill. “It’s ripping our communities apart. It’s ripping at the very soul of the nation. We have to do more to protect our schools, so they aren’t turned into prisons.”
Biden continued, “It’s about time that we begin to make some more progress.”
Yet before Biden exploited the murders of children to push for disarming a nation bleeding from the crime he and his far-left ilk refuse to address, he opened his speech by discussing ice cream.
Following the tragedy in Nashville, Biden opens his remarks today by talking about how much he loves chocolate chip ice cream pic.twitter.com/Amq80sirXj
— Tom Elliott (@tomselliott) March 27, 2023
“My name is Joe Biden,” he stated amid chuckles from the Women’s Business Conference attendees of the Small Business Administration. “I’m Dr. Jill Biden’s husband.”
“I came down because I heard there was chocolate chip ice cream,” he said “By the way, I have a whole refrigerator full upstairs. You think I’m kidding? I’m not.”
“It is a delight to have you all here,” he told the room.
” He then asked someone, ‘Who are those good-looking kids back there?’
When he did get around to acknowledging the actual shooting, he said, “I gotta go … There’s a little thing going on in — around the world.” CONTINUE READING…