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Harris Leading First White House Office of Gun Violence Prevention

Harris Leading First White House Office of Gun Violence Prevention

Look! We’re “doing” something!

The Second Amendment: “A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.”

President Joe Biden appointed the ever-wise Vice President Kamala Harris to lead the first White House Office of Gun Violence Prevention.

As long as that 2nd Amendment is around, they can do nothing. We saw New Mexico Democrats call out the governor over her unconstitutional gun grab. That gave me a little hope.

The White House knows Congress cannot hold this office accountable and in check. Gun control groups are furious because “gun safety laws” are stalled in Congress.

I’m sorry the Second Amendment doesn’t fit your agenda.

An office that is not held accountable is always scary. It’s scarier when it’s aimed at taking one of our most precious human rights and filled with people who want nothing more than to ban guns.

Again, I could never work in PR. I don’t know how to, you know, like this:

The Office of Gun Violence Prevention builds on historic actions taken by President Biden to end gun violence in our country: including signing the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act, the most significant legislative action in nearly 30 years aimed at doing so, and taking more meaningful executive action than any other president to make our schools, churches, grocery stores, and communities safer.

“Every time I’ve met with families impacted by gun violence as they mourn their loved ones, and I’ve met with so many throughout the country, they all have the same message for their elected officials: ‘do something,’” said Biden. “It’s why, last year, I signed the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act to keep guns out of dangerous hands, and have taken more executive action than any President in history to keep communities safe. But as I’ve said before — while these are important steps, they are just the first steps toward what is needed.”

OK, Grandpa. The only way to stop gun violence is…nothing. Criminals don’t care about laws and rules. That’s why they’re criminals.

But that last line. “The first steps toward what is needed.”

What is that? What is “needed” that doesn’t violate the Second Amendment?

This part made me laugh. The administration bragged about holding “rogue gun dealers and gun traffickers accountable.”

Then why is Eric Holder and his people in his ATF not locked up?

Harris is way too happy in the video:

HARRIS: “Hey everybody. So I have some big news to share. We are announcing the creation of the first-ever White House Office of Gun Violence Prevention, and we’re doing this work in large part because of the activism, the organizing, the marching, the voting of all of you leaders, be it students, parents, teachers, community leaders, who understand that living free from gun violence should be a right. So we’re going to work on this together. We’re going to continue to fight for reasonable gun safety laws and for the ability of all people to live their best lives free from fear, free from violence. Thank you for all that you have done and continue to do.”


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She is coming to take your guns away

    Skip in reply to Skip. | September 22, 2023 at 3:03 pm

    But the criminals will be able to keep theirs

    JohnSmith100 in reply to Skip. | September 22, 2023 at 5:20 pm

    A better solution is to expel every criminal of the two groups who are statically habitual criminals. We need to be really hard nosed with them.

    MAJack in reply to Skip. | September 22, 2023 at 7:33 pm

    With her in charge, I’m not worried.

    Milhouse in reply to Skip. | September 23, 2023 at 7:41 am

    Not yet, she isn’t. This “office” doesn’t help her do that, or anything else, as far as I can tell. Presumably it creates a few jobs for wannabe gun-grabbers, and lets them put out some press releases, that’s all.

      alaskabob in reply to Milhouse. | September 23, 2023 at 5:53 pm

      The REAL muscle comes from committed believers in the BATFE. I added the “E” as the present push is to require ATF to come to one’s home to take inventory of ammunition and reloading powder. They can’t stop ownership but now limit ammunition. Schumer has wanted this for so long and the RINOs gave him his wish.

The office of made up rights for “safety” that infringes on the rights of other lawful citizens.

So where is she going to disappear to, to find the root causes, and then do nothing?? If it is anything like her border job, we have nothing to worry about.

A great place to begin would be not starting the story in the middle ( a tried and true liberal tactic). Start by admitting it’s the divisions of the left and the lack of empathy for others that cause this.

AF_Chief_Master_Sgt | September 22, 2023 at 3:45 pm

Harris will fuck this up the same we she has fucked every other thing she has touched, both literally and figuratively.

I have a suggestion, dumb ass.

Arrest and convict every damned criminal who uses a gun in commission of a crime, as well as jaywalking if they are in possession of an illegal weapon.

A mandatory 25 years in prison, 50 if the crime occurs on school property. Death penalty if anyone dies.

No plea bargains.

No reduced sentences.

That includes Captain America with the Capital Police, the murderer.

Clean up Chicago, Baltimore, Atlanta, Seattle, Los Angeles, and every other Democratic Party haven first.

Then we can talk.

Otherwise, STFU and do what you do best.

living free from gun violence should be a right
No. It isn’t. And it shouldn’t be. It’s something you have to work at, not a right.

    henrybowman in reply to GWB. | September 22, 2023 at 4:24 pm

    To Democrats, “rights” are something governments GIVE you because they’re such nice guys, not something you arrive at the negotiating table already having. That way, their hand is always on your freedom valve, so they can turn it on or off at will.

    An age=old con game, epitomized by FDR’s “four freedoms,” two of which were “freedom from want” and “freedom from fear.”

    Don’t gaslight me that you’re enhancing my “freedom from fear” by taking AWAY my self=defense capabilities.

    mailman in reply to GWB. | September 23, 2023 at 6:35 am

    It’s a bit like how health care should be a right. What health care should be is an individual responsibility, as in it’s on your head to maintain your health and well being which requires YOU to get off your fat arse and do something for yourself for a change.

This may not be bad as nothing Harris has been part of has worked out.

Kamala couldn’t lead a girl scout troupe on a cookie drive, even if all they sold were those super delicious Somoas. You know.. those coconut things with stripes of chocolate.

How did this nation sink this low?

Kamala Harris.

HUGE exhale.

If she is anywhere as effective at gun control as she has been at border control, AI control. voting security destruction, and abortion avvocacy, we’ll never even notice her..

How many “czar” roles does this flaming imbecile have at this point? How have we managed to get to the point where airheads like Harris wield any power in this country?

    henrybowman in reply to Thad Jarvis. | September 22, 2023 at 4:40 pm

    It only reinforces my tinfoil hat’s nonstop arguments that the US government is already a wholly-owned tool of the intelligence agencies.

    This is exactly how intelligence agencies work. They never do their own dirty work, they arrange for it to be done by cutouts, footpads, patsies, and fools, If the pawns succeed, they get cushy retirements on our money, like Eric Holder and Ray Epps. If they fail, they get thrown under the bus, like Anthony Weiner and… Ray Epps? Time will tell, but win or lose, being a tool isn’t a survival virtue. It’s the tool users who prosper.

      Thad Jarvis in reply to henrybowman. | September 22, 2023 at 6:55 pm

      The US military through PSYOP and Civil Affairs always made the inept civilian Afghan government the face of every “nation building” project when they rolled it out to the civilian population to make them appear competent and legitimate.

    JohnSmith100 in reply to Thad Jarvis. | September 22, 2023 at 5:26 pm

    Harris stands as a glaring example of the evils of Affirmative Action.

    rhhardin in reply to Thad Jarvis. | September 22, 2023 at 5:28 pm

    When you wish upon a tsar.

In other breaking news:

California’s ‘High Capacity’ Magazine Ban Ruled Unconstitutional Under Bruen —

Next on the hit parade: Judge Roger T. Benitez will rule on Miller v. Bonta, the CA assault weapon ban — dead law walking.

Coincidentally — in spite of CA’s draconian gun laws, the state leads the nation in mass shootings since 1984.

    henrybowman in reply to alien. | September 22, 2023 at 7:05 pm

    Minor footnote: California brags that they have the (or nearly the) lowest “gun violence” mortality in the country, but it’s statistical BS. For murders, they are smack in the middle of the pack. Where they excel is suicides. Gun suicide is favored mostly by old rural white males. California is amazingly short of this demographic, plus (as they tend to be overwhelmingly law-abiding) they have more trouble obtaining guns in California than almost anywhere else.

    iconotastic in reply to alien. | September 23, 2023 at 1:24 am

    If the 9th doesn’t hear an appeal what does that mean for other states like Washington?

Violence is made out to be the bad guy, when it does a lot of good. Psychiatrist Guggenbuhl-Craig had a chapter on it, “The Blessings of Violence” in one of his books. And that’s just violence on a personal level.

    henrybowman in reply to rhhardin. | September 22, 2023 at 7:11 pm

    Violence, like homicide, is a value-neutral entity. Defense is not aggression. Self-defense is not murder. Anyone who says they are “anti-violence” has not thought the issue through well enough to deserve being heeded. Being anti-aggression is laudable.

One thing we can be sure of.

She’ll work just as hard and be just as effective as she has in her other “czar” jobs

A no-show job resulting in nothing

Well hooray. Another statement of empty rhetoric about an empty office by an empty head.

Every gun that commits a crime should be arrested, apprised of its Miranda rights, offered a lawyer and sent home with a court date. If they don’t show, confine them to a holster or a drawer. Maybe these guns should be counseled.

This is great news since Kamala has proven again and again that she can work her hardest (LOL) and make anything she touches an abject failure. So I hope she works her hardest.

There is no such thing as “gun violence” Inanimate objects cannot engage in violent acts,…What’s next, is cyber bullying “computer violence”?….Is a car wreck, “automobile violence”?

Something tells me they won’t be looking in the communist-run shithole cities where most gun violence actually happens.

Kamala will make quick work of this, just as she did the border crisis. She really means business!

This farcical “Office” exists because aggressively arresting, prosecuting and jailing criminal sociopaths — especially those “of color” — is deemed to be allegedly too radical, novel and “racist” an approach to fighting crime, by the vile and stupid Dumb-o-crats.


If you kept criminals in jail, they’d have a harder time accessing fire arms they are prohibited from possessing. Since your party empties the jails in the name of being anti-racism, this is a problem of your own making.

An armed society is a polite society.

All men of age 21 or over who are sober citizens should be encouraged through tax breaks to open carry.

I have seen numerous videos of punks using guns in liquor store and gas station armed robberies. The underlying theme is that they have a gun and nobody is going to get in their way because they have a weapon. Sometimes a proprietor or customer guns them down and they are reduced to crying babies. We need more of that.

The right has the NRA which has an insurance program in which if you pay a small monthly fee they will defend you against gun charges in court.

There is a particular populace that does not consider the long-term implications of their actions. No amount of court proceedings will deter them from their anti-social violence. Only direct threat of retaliation will deter them.

More Guns, Less Crime – John Lott


    henrybowman in reply to not_a_lawyer. | September 23, 2023 at 12:22 am

    “The right has the NRA which has an insurance program in which if you pay a small monthly fee they will defend you against gun charges in court.”

    There are a couple of these around, but the NRA’s never got off the ground. They were sued for “writing insurance” in several states they weren’t authorized to. In fact, that was when Letitia James first got her claws into them, and she hasn’t let go since.

    Here is a list of eight membership organizations who offer this, for anyone in the market. Personal note: “Lockton Affinity” is the group that used to underwrite all the NRA’s insurance offerings, and because of the above lawsuit and other problems I have seen with their coverage (including their club coverage), I personally would consider anyone but them.

I hope Harris approaches this problem in a logical manner; identify the top five cities where gun violence is out of control, go there and solve the problem.

One of the stated goals is to have every firearm sale have a background check on the buyer. The Biden administration has allowed about six million illegals into the country. None with any background check. Do they have criminal records? We don’t know. When those illegals become citizens and then go to buy a firearm they will pass the check. Our government will have allowed probable criminals to be armed. The hypocrisy is as wide as the Grand Canyon.