Bongino goes scorched Earth on Joe Biden, calling the presidency ‘apocalyptic’

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‘Unfiltered’ host Dan Bongino reveals the real source of censorship and shares President Biden’s report card.

 

Fast forward to this week and Joe Biden is now giving an address about gun control and getting called out for making odd comments about guns blowing a lung out of a body. See the snippet below:

 

Q Good morning, Mr. President. Do you feel more motivated to get action on guns now?

 

THE PRESIDENT: Well, I’ve been pretty motivated all along. You know, the folks — the folks who were victimized there, and their families, they spent 3 hours and 40 minutes with me. And they waited all that time, and some came two hours early.

 

And — but the pain is palpable. And I think a lot of it is unnecessary.

 

So I’m going to continue to push, and we’ll see how this works.

 

Q Are you going to send long-range rocket systems to Ukraine?

 

THE PRESIDENT: We’re not going to send to Ukraine rocket systems that can strike into Russia.

 

Q Sir, do you think there is anything different in how Republicans will approach the gun reform question now, given the circumstances?

 

THE PRESIDENT: Since I haven’t spoken to them, I don’t know. But my guess is, if they have — if they — yes, I think they’re going to have to take a hard look.

 

Q Is there one element — is it aid, is it red flag, is it some component that you think could be most successful now?

 

THE PRESIDENT: Well, that’s hard to say because I have not been negotiating with any of the Republicans yet. And I deliberately did not engage in a debate about that with any Republican in — when we were down consoling the families in Texas. So I don’t — I don’t know what is the most — how far it goes.

 

I know that it makes no sense to be able to purchase something that can fire up to 300 rounds. I know it makes — and I know what happened when we had rational action before, back in — when the crime bill was — the law that got passed. It did significantly cut down mass murders.

 

And so there’s only one reason for something that can fire, you know, 100 shots.

 

I mean — and I’ll just conclude with this: Look, when I first started doing hearings on the issue of what rational gun laws should be, it was during a period when I was a senator and the death rate was going up. Not that many more people were being shot, but the death rate was up. And when I think of — I’m not sure, I think it was (inaudible) hospital in New York — whatever the largest trauma hospital is.

 

And I sat with a trauma doctor, and I asked him — I said, “What’s the difference? Why are so many people…” — and not that many more people were being shot. This is now 20 years ago, or 25 years. I said, “Why are they dying?” And they showed me x-rays. He said, “A .22-caliber bullet will lodge in the lung, and we can probably get it out, may be able to get it, and save the life. A 9mm bullet blows the lung out of the body.”