If Joe Biden actually takes office in January, he plans to take swift action on gun control shortly thereafter, according to a top aide.
Biden is planning to “make big, bold changes through executive action, not just on policing and climate like we talked about previously, but in health care and education on gun violence, on a range of issues,” Stef Feldman, the national policy director of Biden’s presidential campaign, said this week, according to the Washington Examiner, which reported that Biden, if he becomes president, is expected to “use executive orders” to push his agenda through.
Feldman said there is a lot you can do through executive action.
It's not clear if Congress would pass such legislation and with the two Georgia Senate races yet to be decided, it's unclear if such legislation would pass the Senate.
That may not matter.
His website says Biden knows just how to get it done through executive action and it doesn't sound like it will be a minor shift in policy. Instead, it will be an all-out assault on the Second Amendment.
The site also said that while trying to pass legislation that would “[b]an the manufacture and sale of assault weapons and high-capacity magazines” Biden would “use his executive authority to ban the importation of assault weapons.”
We were all warned.