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President Biden Says ‘The 2nd Amendment Is Not Absolute’ Following Slew of Mass Shootings

President Biden Says , ‘The 2nd Amendment Is Not Absolute’ , Following Slew of Mass Shootings. CBS News reports that on May 25, President Biden said he and the first lady will go to Texas "in the coming days"... ... to be with the people of Uvalde who've been devastated by the recent mass shooting at Robb Elementary School. The president also called for "common-sense gun reforms.". Biden said that such measures can help to curb gun violence in America without infringing upon the Second Amendment. . The Second Amendment is not absolute, President Joe Biden, via statement. The idea that an 18-year-old can walk into a store and buy weapons of war designed and marketed to kill is I think just wrong. , President Joe Biden, via statement. Just violates common sense. Even the manufacturer, the inventor, of that weapon, thought that as well. You know, where's the backbone?, President Joe Biden, via statement. Vice President Kamala Harris also issued a statement. As the president said last night, we must have the courage to stand up to the gun lobby and pass reasonable gun safety laws. We must work together to create and America where everyone feels safe in their community. Where children feel safe in their schools, Vice President Kamala Harris, via statement. Biden encouraged the Senate to confirm his nominee for ATF director, Steve Dettelbach. Biden encouraged the Senate to confirm his nominee for ATF director, Steve Dettelbach. The Senate should confirm him without delay, without excuse. Send the nomination to my desk. It's time for action, President Joe Biden, via statement
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