You would think that gun control, as an issue, is dead.
Starting with the pandemic last year, gun sales rose dramatically then skyrocketed due to the left wing riots that left many cities in shambles.
There are hundreds of thousands of new gun owners in America as a result.
And yet, the Biden administration is planning to try to enact some new forms of gun control with Susan Rice at the helm.
The White House Is Working on Gun Control Agenda
White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki opened her daily briefing Thursday by announcing President Biden, Domestic Policy Advisor Susan Rice and other officials will be working on gun control policies over the coming weeks.
“Yesterday, senior members of his [Biden’s] team, Domestic Policy Advisor Susan Rice [and] White House Public Engagement Director Cedric Richmond hosted a virtual discussion with leaders of gun violence prevention groups to discuss our shared goals. The very gun violence prevention organization named for James Brady was part of that discussion, along with Giffords, Everytown for Gun Safety and Moms Demand Action.
These organizations all have a critical role to play,” Psaki said, saying more information about next steps will be provided soon. “Last year we saw a historic spike in homicides across America and we know gun violence in our cities disproportionately affects black and brown individuals. Last months we also saw a near record increase in gun sales.”
Here’s a video of Jen Psaki being asked about the issue:
Reporter: "Is the White House going to take executive action on gun control?"
Psaki: I'll circle back pic.twitter.com/6HTqXWCnEG
— Caleb Hull (I'm With the CCP Don't Ban Me) (@CalebJHull) February 11, 2021
This is a pet issue for the left.
Don’t be surprised if the Biden White House suddenly declares it an emergency and tries to act on it despite opposition.