Biden Makes Numerous False Claims About Second Amendment During Univision Interview

President Joe Biden made numerous false claims about the Second Amendment during an interview that aired this week on Univision.

Biden made the remarks during the interview, which aired Tuesday, when asked by Enrique Acevedo about his anti-gun agenda, especially as it pertains to parts of the country that have large numbers of Latinos that have experienced mass shootings.

When asked if he would take “executive action” to limit America’s Second Amendment rights if he wins re-election, Biden responded: “Absolutely. Look, I, along with Dianne Feinstein, passed the first limitation on assault weapons and the number of bullets that could be in a rifle. The idea anybody needs 100 rounds on a rifle and an AR-15.”

Biden falsely claimed that “we don’t have background checks for anybody purchasing a weapon.”

Biden, claiming that he taught the Second Amendment in law school, also falsely claimed that the Second Amendment was written with limitations on what Americans could own.

From the very beginning, there were limitations. You couldn’t own a cannon,” he falsely claimed. “You couldn’t. … You could own a rifle or a gun. They weren’t weapons of war.”

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