Joe Biden: No law-abiding citizen ‘has any fear that their constitutional rights will be infringed’

JoeBidenAccording to the walking gaffe machine known as the Vice President of the United States, no real law-abiding citizen should be concerned that their Second Amendment right to keep and bear arms will be taken away.

Thus says the man who sits, literally, one heartbeat away from the presidency.

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“No law-abiding citizen in the United States of America has any fear that their constitutional rights will be infringed in any way. None. Zero,” he thundered last week.

So, apparently, only criminals care about their Second Amendment rights now, according to Biden.

Glenn Beck pounced on this Friday.

“If you think that the constitution is being violated you are no longer a law-abiding citizen. You should be questioned,” he said.

Beck went on to say that, like Rush Limbaugh, he’s embarrassed and ashamed of the country.

And who can blame him, with people like Biden running the country and the people who re-elected Biden into office?

Apparently, we’re just supposed to ignore the Democrats who have crafted legislation calling for confiscation of guns.  Who cares if the Second and Fourth Amendments get trashed in the process?  Certainly not law-abiding citizens, right, Mr. Biden?  Right?

Video of his remarks follows:




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