The Biden administration has become notorious for the fact that it’s being headed by a total non-entity in Joe Biden. There are already questions about the current president’s ability to govern the country due to his old age.
As a result of these factors, it appears that the Biden administration is not a coherent government, but instead is a governing body rife with factionalism and internal intrigue. It’s a telltale sign of a country with a massive, imperial government that has overstepped its traditional constitutional boundaries.
Lee Williams, the editor of the Second Amendment Foundation’s Investigative Journalism Project argues quite convincingly that Susan Rice, the former national security advisor and UN ambassador during the Obama administration, is the one pulling the strings. Rice is currently Biden’s domestic policy advisor.
Williams noted that Rice received praise from John Feinblatt, the president of Everytown for Gun Safety. “Ambassador Susan Rice recognizes that gun violence is one of the most urgent threats facing our country, and through this appointment, President-elect Biden is continuing to build the strongest gun safety administration in history,” John Feinblatt, president of Everytown for Gun Safety, declared in a statement where he praised Rice’s appointment. “As Ambassador Rice said in our Demanding Women conversation this summer, ‘the American people want common-sense gun laws’ — and we’re excited to work with her to make that happen.”
“Ambassador Rice is committed to ending our gun violence epidemic, and she understands that COVID-19 has dramatically exacerbated our gun violence crisis,” Shannon Watts, the head of Moms Demand Action, lavished similar praise in the same statement. “Her appointment is proof positive that this administration is wasting no time in addressing the gun violence that takes 100 lives every day and wounds hundreds more. I know Ambassador Rice will be instrumental in helping tackle these dual public health crises.”
Williams detailed Rice’s long track record of expressing anti-gun views. According to Everytown, Rice signed a letter in 2018 describing “gun violence” as a national security threat. The letter urged officials to “ban assault weapons, mandate background checks and waiting periods, and raise the minimum age to purchase guns.”
People tend to overlook that In 2020, Rice was one of several people being considered for the vice-presidency, Rice told a live Twitter audience that “In the Obama-Biden administration, we implemented more than two dozen very important reforms that put curbs on access to guns, but we need legislation. We need Joe Biden in the White House and Democrats in control of the House and the Senate.”
Rice drew from her experience growing up in Washington DC to justify her potential candidacy for vice president. The funny part is that DC has some of the most draconian gun control laws in the nation and still has among the highest crime rates nationwide. This connection never occurs to seasoned gun grabbers like Rice.
Back in February 2021, per a statement from the White House press office, Rice participated in a virtual meeting with the leaders of Everytown, Moms Demand Action, Giffords and Brady.
“They discussed the ongoing public health crisis of gun violence in America, the historic increase in homicides across American cities last year, and commonsense steps that can be taken to make our communities safer such as closing background check loopholes, stopping the proliferation of unregulated and untraceable ‘ghost’ guns, and expanding community-based violence intervention programs,” the statement outlined.
Following the meeting, White House spokesperson Jen Psaki informed reporters that Rice would be “working on gun control policies over the coming weeks.” Psaki continued by noting that the Biden administration and the anti-Second Amendment groups had “shared goals.”
In early August, the White House released a statement, where Rice met with Attorneys General from Washington DC, New York, New Jersey, California, Pennsylvania, Washington state, Massachusetts, and Connecticut, to talk about “policies and strategies for holding gun manufacturers and dealers accountable for wrongful conduct that contributes to the supply of firearms used to commit gun crimes.”
With Biden’s mental state and the growing irrelevance of the US presidency thanks to the rise of the managerial state, powerful advisers, Big Tech, and bureaucrats are now starting to exert outsized influence on public policy. In fact, these institutions and actors have gone beyond advisory roles and are de facto ruling the country by bypassing traditional legislative mechanisms.
As a globalist member of the foreign policy Blob, Rice’s background is one where she is largely detached from the experience of Middle Americans. So pushing for gun control is definitely within her wheelhouse. Globalist-oriented politicians hate American traditions like the Second Amendment and always look down on so-called deplorables who believe in the right to self-defense.
As the US government grows more bureaucratic and reliant on private enforcers like Big Tech, individuals like Rice will exert tremendous power. Second Amendment advocates must go all out to totally gut this unholy managerial state and smash Big Tech. Failure to do so will lead to the death of our gun rights and other freedoms.