The Bidens are in Nantucket, Massachusetts where they will spend Thanksgiving at a luxurious estate owned by billionaire businessman David Rubenstein.
The Bidens are taking over Nantucket. There will be barricades, parking restrictions, street closures, and security screening.
They’ve been traveling to Nantucket every Thanksgiving for 46 years. Meanwhile, 1 in 4 Americans is skipping Thanksgiving this year due to high food prices thanks to Bidenflation.
With President Biden once again planning to attend Friday’s Christmas tree lighting ceremony on Main Street, @NantucketPolice Dept. has issued the following security advisory for those planning to attend.
Barricades, parking restrictions, street closures, and security screening pic.twitter.com/4RNGweDDNb
— Nantucket Current (@ACKCurrent) November 22, 2022
On Thanksgiving Day, Joe Biden delivered a message to Americans saying he will get rid of assault weapons during a stop at Nantucket Fire Department. He really has no idea what he’s saying.
— Nantucket Current (@ACKCurrent) November 24, 2022
“I’m going to try and get rid of assault weapons,” Joe Biden told the press.
BREAKING — Biden in Nantucket: “I’m going to try and get rid of assault weapons.”
— Election Wizard (@ElectionWiz) November 24, 2022
“The idea we still allow semi-automatic weapons to be purchased is sick,” he continued.
Watch the video below:
BIDEN: “The idea we still allow semi-automatic weapons to be purchased is sick.” pic.twitter.com/pFyQcNXklW
— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) November 24, 2022
It can be recalled that Joe Biden called for a ban on “assault weapons” following the deadly mass shooting at a gay nightclub in Colorado Springs.
Joe Biden immediately called for gun control and absurdly claimed the LGBTQ community has been “subjected to horrific hate violence in recent years.”
Biden used the Orlando gay night club massacre as an example of attacks on the gay community without mentioning the shooter, Omar Mateen, was an Islamic terrorist.
“We saw it six years ago in Orlando, when our nation suffered the deadliest attack affecting LGBTQ community in American history,” he said.
“We need to enact an assault weapons ban to get weapons of war off America’s streets,” Biden said in a statement.