Joe Biden, the disinformation president

m.knox

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Joe Biden, from the disinformation party......

https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2022/jun/2/joe-biden-the-disinformation-president/

President Biden has no shame. Speaking to graduates at the U.S. Naval Academy last weekend, he claimed that he received an appointment to Annapolis in 1965. That is actually the year he graduated from the University of Delaware. It seems like he is the real head of disinformation.

Ironically, the new Disinformation Board was paused after justifiable outrage and references to “1984” and “Ministry of Truth.” Ironically, one of the first statements about the proposed leader of the panel was a piece of disinformation: “Nina Jankowicz is absolutely neutral.” They certainly could keep busy looking into the disinformation coming from the Biden administration and its allies.

How many times did we hear from candidate Biden that his son Hunter did nothing wrong? Big Tech helped bury the story before the election while The New York Times acts like it just discovered new details about the laptop. All the while, Mr. Biden still clings to the idea that Hunter is totally innocent.
 

JR4PSU

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"You couldn't buy a cannon when the 2nd amendment was written"

This is a blatant Lie...yet it's ignored
There are private citizens today that own tanks.

There is nothing in the 2nd Amendment that restricts what kinds of "arms" a private citizen can own. NOTHING. If you can afford a Howitzer, and are willing to go through all the red tape, and there is someone willing to sell you one, then you can own a Howitzer as a private citizen.
 
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bourbon n blues

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There are private citizens today that own tanks.

There is nothing in the 2nd Amendment that restricts what kinds of "arms" a private citizen can own. NOTHING. If you can afford a Howitzer, and are willing to go through all the red tape, and there is someone willing to sell you one, then you can own a Howitzer as a private citizen.
Yes, each shell will require a separate background check and they'll be hard to come by, but you are correct.
 
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ao5884

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There are private citizens today that own tanks.

There is nothing in the 2nd Amendment that restricts what kinds of "arms" a private citizen can own. NOTHING. If you can afford a Howitzer, and are willing to go through all the red tape, and there is someone willing to sell you one, then you can own a Howitzer as a private citizen.
Just wait for it...the "no right is absolute" crowd will be here soon. Funny how they always forget to mention that we didn't have a federal firearm regulation until what the 1930s?
 

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