Poor Commie Harris. America’s “best looking” Vice-President couldn’t find a crumb of competence on the floor even if had her kneepads on. She did such a great job leading Biden’s response on the border invasion. And her performance in other areas outside the bedroom have been less than memorable as well. You’ll have to ask Willie Brown how well she did in the bedroom.
Anyway, the walking cackling queen has now been appointed to run the Biden White House’s brand new office of gun control.
While big gun control cites this as some great victory, I think it’s a gift to us.
If you want nothing to get done, just appoint someone like Chlamydia Harris to lead that bureaucracy. Nothing will ever get done.
From The Reload:
President Biden handed gun-control activists another win on Thursday.
The Biden administration formally announced the creation of the first-ever federal office of gun violence prevention. The White House said the office, which will be overseen by Vice President Kamala Harris (D.) and led by prominent gun-control advocates, will “focus on implementing executive and legislative action” to “end the scourge of gun violence in America.” Stefanie Feldman, a longtime policy advisor to President Biden on gun issues, will serve as the office Director. Greg Jackson, the executive director of the Community Justice Action Fund, and Rob Wilcox, director of federal government affairs for the gun-control group Everytown for Gun Safety, will serve under her as the office’s two deputy directors.
“Last year, I signed the Bipartisan Safer Communities Act to keep guns out of dangerous hands, and have taken more executive action than any President in history to keep communities safe. But as I’ve said before – while these are important steps, they are just the first steps toward what is needed,” Biden said in a statement. “Today I’m announcing additional steps forward, with the first-ever White House Office of Gun Violence Prevention, overseen by Vice President Harris, to build upon these measures and keep Americans safe.”
The creation of the office is a victory for gun-control activists, further institutionalizing the movement at the highest levels of government. Since Biden first took office, a coalition of the nation’s most prominent gun-control advocacy groups has consistently lobbied the President to create such an office–although some wanted the office to be headed by a cabinet-level appointee instead of being stashed under the Vice President. Until now, Biden resisted calls to form a new office, preferring instead to wield his executive power to enact gun control through the ATF’s rulemaking authority. His decision to reverse course and give gun-control advocates something else on their wishlist may suggest he is running out of room to enact new rules, especially as those rules have faired poorly in federal courts.