Biden’s Next Big Agenda If He Wins 2024

This week, my son and I went gunshooting with a trustworthy friend. We shot a number of weapons, including six semi-automatics and two AR-15s. During our almost three hours of shooting, I’m delighted to say that none of the firearms were arranged on the table before we attempted to commit a violent crime.

This leads us to my most recent absurd story on gun grabs.

In a move to appease gun-grabbing Joe Biden on Tuesday, U.S. Surgeon General Dr. Vivek Murthy released a new guideline designating “firearm violence” as a “public health epidemic.” Along with declaring a ban on “assault weapons,” Murthy also called for the outlawing of large-capacity magazines intended for civilian usage.

In his statement, Murthy stated:

“Firearm violence is a serious public health emergency that has claimed far too many lives and left countless others in excruciating pain and deep sorrow.”

Murthy’s office distributed a news release in which 10 national medical groups, including the American Academy of Pediatrics, American Medical Association, American Public Health Association, American College of Surgeons, and the YWCA, expressed their support like clockwork.

Ben Hoffman, MD, the President of the American Academy of Pediatrics, said in a statement:

“Pediatricians have long realized that gun violence may have catastrophic and long-lasting effects on families and communities, as well as being a threat to children’s health.”

Georges C. Benjamin, MD, executive director of the American Public Health Association, said:

“Gun violence is a national disaster. This is a significant public health issue that is largely avoidable.”

ABC News used only a few statistics in its article.

“In the United States, gun violence is currently the top cause of death for children and teenagers. Gun-related suicides have climbed among all age categories from 2012 to 2022; the highest growth has been among 10 to 14-year-olds, according to the advice. Gun-related mortality rates among youth aged 1–19 in the United States are astronomically high and much higher than in other high-income nations. Over 50% of Americans report that they or their family have suffered a weapon-related incident in their life, and about 60% of U.S. people indicate that they worry “occasionally,” “almost every day,” or “every day” about a family member being a victim of gun violence, according to the advice.”

Perhaps Surgeon General Murthy should focus on the mental health difficulties of shooters as much as exploiting the mental and physical health of victims and their families. Next, he should investigate the cycle of non-justice in Democratic-run communities across America, which results in the release of violent repeat offenders back into the streets.

Author: Blake Ambrose


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