VP Joe Biden Confirms Assault Weapons Rarely Used In Crime
On January 24, 2013 PBS News Hour with Hari Sreenivasan hosted a Hangout with VP Joe Biden. This interview in my opinion is a priceless work of art and speaks loud and clear about the true agenda at hand.
Biden has continued to spin falsehoods in the main stream media about so called assault weapons since the Sandy Hook Massacre in Newtown. He has worked very hard with other politicians and the president to instill fear into the hearts of the public and parents hoping this will help them to push the agenda of this administration.
The Vice President openly admits in this interview that assault weapons are rarely used, violent crime is down, that the real reason for assault weapons ban is to keep police safer, and that most gun related crime is attributed to gangs/drug related violence.
During this interview Mr. Biden states that shotguns are much more dangerous than “assault rifles.” My question for this logic is if that were the case Mr. Biden why aren’t our police officers, DHS, FEMA, CIA, Secret Service, ATF, etc… being armed with shotguns instead of the AR-15′s and other “assault rifles” for their protection?
Many do understand the larger agenda some are not aware of the larger Gun Control issues that we are facing internationally. On March 18-28 the UN Arms Trade Treaty and Small Arms Trade Treaty is scheduled. If this treaty is ratified by the United States Senate, American citizens will be subject to international law under the UN.
While many people may think that Diane Feinstein’s gun grabbing bill is off the chart and she has lost touch with reality, nothing could be farther from the truth. She, as well as, President Obama’s 23 executive orders go hand in hand with what is listed in the UN ATT and UN Small Arms Trade Treaty. This is their way of pushing in the before the March meeting, where Obama has already said he intends to sign the treaty.
These treaties, should they be ratified by a vote of two-thirds of the U.S. Senate, would allow for severe limits to the importation of weapons into America from international sources. It could also be a foot in the door to the United Nations in order to help maintain the treaty by putting troops on the ground here in the U.S. as they have done abroad. This, theoretically could lead to those found violating the standards of the treaty being held under the National Defense Authorization Act.