Guns Kill People, part infinity

President Handsome Joe Biden
(undated file photo)

President Handsome Joe Biden is doing what he can to curb gun violence, because he’s sure not getting any help from Republicans:

President Biden on Tuesday, during a visit to Monterey Park, Calif., where 11 were shot dead earlier this year, is planning to sign an executive order that aims to increase the number of background checks before firearms sales.

As he travels to the largely Asian suburb of Los Angeles where a day of jubilation turned to anguish and terror with the mass killing inside a dance studio, Biden is also planning to draw attention to the pain inflicted on communities that experience such spasms of violence.

The order also asks his Cabinet to develop a proposal for how the federal government can better assist communities after a mass shooting, aiming to mobilize federal resources for human-caused disasters in ways that it does for natural disasters.

Biden is also planning to urge the Federal Trade Commission to issue a public report that would analyze how gun manufacturers market firearms to minors…

“The President is directing the Attorney General to move the U.S. as close to universal background checks as possible without additional legislation,” according to a White House summary.

But you know, House Republicans, Senate Republicans (and the Blue Dogs in the Senate so no filibuster proof majority) will not let this happen, so he’s doing what he can on his own. Polling shows us that the vast majority of Americans (and voters) want something done about the killings, and I think you can wager your Quatloos that we will see more about gun violence in the 2024 Goat Rodeo. You can also wager that we will see many more mass killings between now and the exciting conclusion of the 2024 Goat Rodeo.

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2 Responses to Guns Kill People, part infinity

  1. MDavis says:

    aiming to mobilize federal resources for human-caused disasters in ways that it does for natural disasters.

    Thus ushering in federal assistance for other disasters, such as train derailments? That’s some multi-tasking.

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