News|U.S. Over the last two days Firearm Policy Coalition (FPC) have released statements in regards to President Biden executive orders on gun control. On Wednesday, FPC wrote a press release […]
Over the last two days Firearm Policy Coalition (FPC) have released statements in regards to President Biden executive orders on gun control. On Wednesday, FPC wrote a press release on President Biden’s impending gun control measures. Discussing, the executive orders gun control inbound on Thursday by President Biden. Then, on Thursday FPC released another statement rebutting the President executive orders and chastising President Biden nomination of David Chipman as ATF director. Below, are the two press releases in there entirety.
Wednesday Press Release
WASHINGTON, D.C. (April 7, 2021) — According to recent reports, the Biden Administration is planning to impose an entire package of executive-backed gun control as soon as tomorrow. President Biden, in what could very well be a high watermark for oppressive executive action-based gun control efforts, is said to be planning severe restrictions that are likely to violate the Second Amendment rights of millions.
This new decree from an administration already infamous for both its disdain for American gun owners and its willingness to skirt the legislative process, could seek to force law-abiding firearm parts and non-firearm objects to be subject to federal firearms laws, and buyers of these parts to be treated as firearm purchasers. In his efforts to further subjugate American gun owners, Biden may also implement new restrictions on ‘sporting rifles’ by deceptively classifying them as so-called “assault weapons,” as well as mandate storage laws that would prevent individuals from using arms for the “purpose of immediate self-defense,” as the Supreme Court in Heller held to be an individual right.
Rumors are swirling that Biden could even coronate a new czar of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (BATFE), a figure who would be empowered to further infringe upon Americans’ liberty and freedom. The Associated Press is reporting that the new appointee could be none other than Giffords gun control advocate and former case agent for the Waco Branch Davidian incident David Chipman. Biden’s efforts come in the wake of pressure from a group of turncoat House representatives, who have demanded he crush Second Amendment rights and disarm the American people using any means possible—a tyrannical crusade he and Vice President Harris are all-too-willing to undertake.
In a time when Americans have clearly spoken with their wallets, setting monthly record after record of new firearms sold, this move is a brazen and shameless attempt to redline the right to bear arms. And while these new edicts will come directly from the executive branch, Biden is joined in his despotic campaign by the likes of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Sen. Diane Feinstein, and other autocratic elites.
FPC is proud to stand for the People in opposition to such ruthless attempts to crush your right to bear arms, regardless of the party or politician proposing them, and we look forward to defeating the Biden Administration’s latest foolhardy attempts to restrict the natural rights that this nation was founded upon. We will take whatever actions are necessary, possible, and prudent to protect the rights and liberty of law-abiding gun owners and our members against illogical, immoral and unconstitutional laws, government agencies and policies, such as we did in the case of former President Trump’s bumpstock ban.
Firearms Policy Coalition and its FPC Law team are the nation’s next-generation advocates leading the Second Amendment litigation and research space, having recently filed two United States Supreme Court petitions for certiorari (review) (Folajtar v. Attorney General and Holloway v. Attorney General) and several major federal Second Amendment lawsuits, including challenges to the State of Maryland’s ban on “assault weapons” (Bianchi v. Frosh), the State of Pennsylvania’s and Allegheny County’s carry restrictions (Cowey v. Mullen), Philadelphia’s Gun Permit Unit policies and practices (Fetsurka v. Outlaw), Pennsylvania’s ban on carry by adults under 21 years of age (Lara v. Evanchick), California’s Handgun Ban and “Roster” laws (Renna v. Becerra), Maryland’s carry ban (Call v. Jones), New Jersey’s carry ban (Bennett v. Davis), New York City’s carry ban (Greco v. New York City), the federal ban on the sale of handguns and handgun ammunition by federal firearm licensees (FFLs) to adults under 21 years of age (Reese v. BATFE), and others, with many more cases being prepared today. To follow these and other legal cases FPC is actively working on, visit the Legal Action section of FPC’s website or follow FPC on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, YouTube.
Thursday Press Release
WASHINGTON, D.C. (April 8, 2021) — Today, President Biden confirmed his intention to nominate former ATF special agent and Giffords gun control extremist David Chipman to lead the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (i.e., “ATF,” which President Biden ignorantly and repeatedly called “AFT” during today’s press conference). FPC not only opposes Mr. Chipman, but condemns in the strongest terms this dangerous and abhorrent nomination.
David Chipman, whom President Biden seeks to empower in order to continue his long train of abuses going back to the Waco, Texas murders committed by agents of the federal government, has led a career marked by outright lies, opportunism, and a brazen willingness, if not outright desire, to assault the natural rights of the American people.
Throughout his career, Chipman has displayed an insatiable obsession with destroying the human right to keep and bear effective arms. At the same time, he has also made it clear that he lacks an even elementary understanding of both existing gun control, as well as firearms themselves. For example, in an “Ask Me Anything” session on Reddit, Chipman had the following to say:
• When asked “As a former ATF Special agent, what is the point of 922(r)? Also is this even enforceable by the ATF and to whom…” Chipman replied “That’s a great question I have absolutely no idea. I didn’t have occasion to be involved in an import case such as this.”
• When asked “How do you feel about the ATFs role in reducing gun violence when they funneled guns to Mexican drug cartels?” Chipman admitted that “Fast and Furious was an epic failure. At ATF we did not allow arsonists to burn buildings and we should have never allowed guns to walk as a strategy…”
• “While at ATF I conducted studies involving people who failed background checks to determine how many later committed crimes with a gun—many did. This is a perfect opportunity to arrest people before committing crimes rather than responding after the fact.”
• “At Waco, cult members used 2 .50 caliber Barretts to shoot down two Texas Air National Guard helicopters,” — a statement that is completely false.
FPC fiercely opposes both Chipman’s nomination and the Biden Administration’s ongoing siege on the Second Amendment and will continue to fight for the fundamental rights of the People of the United States, including through efforts to end Chipman’s nomination, grassroots activism, and direct legal action.
Individuals who wish to fight and oppose President Biden’s proposed Executive Orders can go to BidenGunFight.com and join the FPC Grassroots Army for just $25 at JoinFPC.org.
Click here to demand your member of Congress oppose President Biden’s unconstitutional executive gun orders.
Firearms Policy Coalition and its FPC Law team are the nation’s next-generation advocates leading the Second Amendment litigation and research space. Some FPC legal actions include:
United States Supreme Court petitions for certiorari in Folajtar v. Attorney General and Holloway v. Attorney General (pending)
Challenge to Maryland’s ban on so-called “assault weapons” (Bianchi v. Frosh)
Challenge to California’s ban on so-called “assault weapons” (Miller v. Calif. Att’y General)
Challenge to Maryland’s ban on handgun carry (Call v. Jones)
Challenge to New Jersey’s ban on handgun carry (Bennett v. Davis)
Challenge to New York City’s ban on handgun carry (Greco v. New York City)
Challenge to Pennsylvania’s ban on handgun carry by adults under 21 (Lara v. Evanchick)
Challenge to California’s handgun “roster”, microstamping, and self-manufacturing ban laws (Renna v. Becerra)
Challenge to the federal ban on the sale of handguns and handgun ammunition to adults under 21 years of age (Reese v. ATF)
For more on these cases and other legal action initiatives, visit FPCLegal.org and follow FPC on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, YouTube.
To join or to learn more Firearm Policy Coalition, visit firearmpolicy.org.
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