Biden Senile Rant Reveals Something Terrifying About His Cognitive Abilities
Just before The Supreme Court announced the ruling that overthrew Roe V Wade, they made another monumental decision that tossed New York Democrats out on their ears. The Supreme Court Thursday ruled 6-3 that New York’s regulations that made it difficult to obtain a license to carry a concealed handgun were unconstitutionally restrictive and that it should be easier to obtain such a license.
This will, of course, affect all future rulings in states struggling to maintain comprehensive gun rights.
During a press briefing, Biden went on a rant about the ruling, "I am disappointed in the Supreme Court gun decision. There is one little bit of solace. And the — minority making up the majority opinion has laid out that it affects not every state; it affects only 40 states. A lot of states it affects"
He continued, "And the phrase that I found noticeable was: There’s a difference between states that say “may” and say “shall.” If you have to say you “shall” give, you “shall” do ABC, they’re the ones that are going to have problems. But most say “may.” I mean, “may” — I got it reversed — “may” and “shall.”
Adding, "And so there are — the gun laws in 40 of these states are still in place based on the decision. Not good enough, but it’s — I think it’s a bad decision. I think it’s — and I think it’s not reasoned accurately. But I’m disappointed."
Without knowing it, Biden had fanned around his private notes for the world to see and MY GOD! They're terrifying. Apparently, the POTUS needs to be told when to sit down, went to thank people... etc. Just take a look at these notes and try and argue with me that he doesn't have cognitive issues:
Offshore Wind Drop-By Sequence of Events
- YOU enter the Roosevelt Room and say hello to participants
- YOU take YOUR seat
- Press enters
- YOU give brief comments (Minutes)
- Press departs
- YOU ask Liz Shuler AFL-CIO President a question
- Note: Liz is joining virtually.
- YOU thank participants.
- You depart.
"In this case, petitioners and respondents agree that ordinary, law-abiding citizens have a similar right to carry handguns publicly for their self-defense. We too agree, and now hold, consistent with Heller and McDonald, that the Second and Fourteenth Amendments protect an individual’s right to carry a handgun for self-defense outside the home," Justice Clarence Thomas wrote in the Court's opinion, referencing two previous gun cases. "Because the State of New York issues public-carry licenses only when an applicant demonstrates a special need for self-defense, we conclude that the State’s licensing regime violates the Constitution."