In a recent post on X, President Biden called for stricter gun control laws, apparently to keep kids safer in schools. However, his own son got into trouble for violating the federal gun laws that are already in place.
Biden’s post asked Congress to take action by saying, “Yes, people do have the right to carry guns. But our children and teachers also have the right to go to school without worrying about their lives. The time has come for Congress to approve gun safety rules that make sense.”
In a picture he included, he was cited as stating, “We all would like our children to be given the freedom to develop their reading and writing skills instead of learning what it means to duck and cover inside of a classroom.”
But nationally popular radio presenter Dana Loesch had been quick to point the finger right back toward the president’s troubled son Hunter Biden. Among a number of other issues, Hunter Biden has been questioned about a possible false statement he made on a government form he filled out to buy a gun.
Because he was accused of making a fake statement, he was not allowed to have the gun, which Hallie Biden is said to have thrown away in 2018. And to make things even worse, the .38-caliber pistol was thrown away in a dumpster that was close to a high school.
“Imagine,” said Loesch, “if a criminal had obtained the illegally acquired pistol which your son’s sister-in-law-lover had thrown in a trash can next to a school.”
“Didn’t Hunter break a “common sense rule” about gun safety? The right answer is YES,” another person wrote.
“Congress has already enacted ‘commonsense gun safety rules,’ but Democrats don’t follow them. Kids would be safer if Biden made sure the current laws were followed,” said someone else. “He should also work to keep schools safe in the exact same way that politicians are.”
“Doctor, heal thyself,” Jorge Bonilla said after sharing a picture of Hunter Biden’s federal form that had been partly blacked out.