Biden: 2nd Amendment Had Limits From Day One, I Was There


WASHINGTON – Joe Biden declared in April that “no amendment is absolute.” Translation: There is no right that we Democrats may not try to take away from you. So today, Grandpa Joe gave the nation a history lesson during a crime and violence speech he recited.

“The second amendment, from the day it was passed, limited the type of people who own a gun and what type of weapon you could own. I know, I was there,” Biden said. “You couldn’t buy a cannon. You couldn’t buy an AR-1776. Hell, you couldn’t even buy a laser gun! I had that laser part put in myself. Thomas Jefferson thought I had dementia. Who’s laughing now?”

Joe then reminded the masses that to take over the government, guns wouldn’t be enough. People would need F-15’s and maybe nuclear weapons. So the president signed an executive order banning the sale of F-15 fighter jets and nuclear weapons to law-abiding Americans.

“We have erected a fence around the White House for that very reason. That fence protects me from any of you that might come at me with a F-15 or nuclear weapons. You gotta get up pretty early in the morning to outsmart ol’ Joe,” Biden said with a grin.

As Biden told Americans he was coming for their guns, former President Lincoln made silly faces at him in the background.

The president, who has been in government for nearly 250 years, reiterated that NOBODY should possess fighter jets and/or nuclear weapons without having passed a federal background check. Joe concluded his remarks by insisting that even Ben Franklin wrote of his influence in our founding documents.

According to Franklin’s autobiography, “A village idiot with the family name of ‘Byden’ has been a true thorn in our side. This jackass with dementia keeps saying he’s going to be president someday. Sadly, the man doesn’t have a clue. I pray for this country.”


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