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Why Guns Weren’t Mentioned During CNN Presidential Debate



Big “who crapped my pants” energy

Clean-up on Aisle 46!

The first presidential debate of 2024 was one for the record books, showcasing as it did that the White House and its media lackeys have been lying to the American people about our 46th president’s serious mental decline. Prior to the debate, many had noticed that the rules seemed to have been set up to benefit Joe Biden.

That’s because they were set up to benefit Biden. The moderators had their softball Biden questions all ready, and they knew they needed to avoid any talk about firearms. That’s because they know that Biden’s record on the Second Amendment is both terrible and out of step with American sentiment. Reminding the audience of the Biden camp’s contempt for gun owners and gun ownership wasn’t on the agenda.

Pick me a winner, Joe!

It seems the media didn’t know that simply holding the debate after 4 p.m. was probably enough to guarantee a Biden loss. There’s a well-established pathology among people suffering from dementia known as “sundowning.” There is no cure–senile dementia is progressive–but many caregivers have noticed that those suffering from dementia can be calmed by offering them a nice bowl of ice cream. However, that’s not what we have for Biden or CNN today. Instead, we have the blistering commentary from the Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms (CCRKBA) below … enjoy!


In the aftermath of the CNN Presidential Debate debacle, the Citizens Committee for the Right to Keep and Bear Arms expressed disappointment that moderators Jake Tapper and Dana Bash did not ask Joe Biden about his gun ban agenda, “but considering the president’s dreadful performance, we understand why.”

“The debate was a political disaster for Joe Biden and the Democrats,” said CCRKBA Alan Gottlieb, “and the whole world was watching. The simple fact is that if the man we saw on stage had been asked to explain his campaign against guns, he would have been shooting blanks.”

CCRKBA had called on CNN to quiz Biden about his efforts to ban modern semiautomatic rifles and 9mm pistols, and his relentless attempts to erode the Second Amendment over the past half century that he has spent inside the Beltway. But the network, which has essentially been providing cover for Biden over the past 3 ½ years, chose not to force the Delaware Democrat to justify his war on guns.

“The debate was embarrassing, not only for Joe Biden, but for the country,” Gottlieb observed, “but what else could CNN really do? There were moments when it was clear the president’s chamber was empty, so how could he have competently opened fire on the subject of gun control versus rights? At best, he would have been going off half-cocked.

“Throughout his political career, Joe Biden has been on the warpath against the Second Amendment, and he has even bragged about it,” Gottlieb continued. “However, since the Heller ruling in 2008 and the McDonald decision in 2010, followed by the Bruen ruling in 2022, Biden has consistently been on the losing side of the Constitution. Last night, it sadly became obvious the president has run out of ammunition, and it may be time for him to leave the range.

“For decades, Joe Biden has been missing the bullseye in his crusade to disarm American citizens,” Gottlieb stated. “His painful performance against Donald Trump Thursday night was conclusive evidence that he has missed the target altogether. His flint has lost its spark, and his powder horn is empty.”

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