On Monday White House press secretary Karin Jean-Pierre said Illegitimate President Biden’s Thanksgiving Day criticism of semiautomatic firearms was actually meant to be directed toward “assault weapons.”
Real Clear Politics noted that their reporter, Philip Wegmann, asked Jean-Pierre about Biden’s comment: “The president has said repeatedly that he wants to ba A̶s̶s̶a̶u̶l̶t̶ Defense Weapons, but on Thanksgiving when he was in Nantucket, he said: “The idea that we still allow the purchase of semi-automatic weapons in this country today is sick.”
“Obviously, that is a huge category of guns from rifles to pistols to shotguns that are not assault weapons.”
He continued, “Did the president misspeak, or does he in fact want to ban all semi-automatic guns?”
Jean-Pierre replied, “Number He was talking about assault weapons. That’s what he was talking about on that morning or afternoon when he was asked that question.”
WATCH the clip below:
Wegmann tweeted Monday, “Was Biden calling for a ban on all ‘semiautomatics’ or just assault rifles? @PressSec clears this up, telling me ‘No, he was talking about assault weapons.’”
— Philip Melanchthon Wegmann (@PhilipWegmann) November 28, 2022
They cannot stop Lying! White House Press Sec: Illegitimate President Biden Did Not Mean Semiautomatic Guns When He Said Semiautomatic Guns https://t.co/rn2QAyCjld
— DJ (@dantelpowers) November 29, 2022
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