We are confronted with the likelihood that President Biden’s nominee for the ATF will root his decisions in distaste for Americans, not policies framed by the Constitution.
The conservation groups wrote to Majority Leader Chuck Schumer and Minority Leader Mitch McConnell last week opposing Chipman.
“With respect to the AR-15, I support a ban,” said Biden’s anti-gun ATF nominee David Chipman during a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on Wednesday.
To Democrats, David Chipman’s qualifications aren’t his achievements in law enforcement. They’re his zeal for attacking the Second Amendment and ridiculing gun-owning Americans.
Republican attorneys general penned a letter urging President Joe Biden to reject the anti-gun nominee David Chipman to lead the ATF.
President Joe Biden’s pick to lead the ATF, David Chipman, mocked Americans buying guns during lockdown as zombie preppers.
“Chipman’s current employment at Giffords, an organization co-founded by Senator Kelly, raises serious ethical questions regarding this vote and presents a clear and credible conflict of interest.’
‘This week, Chipman refused the Senate’s request to provide his personnel file, which raises questions on this matter and what else he is hiding.’
Some of the biggest TV networks in Hollywood have partnered to promote a gun-control initiative being financed by billionaire former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg.
Reps. Steve Scalise and Byron Donalds told The Federalist that Chipman is unfit to serve in a role concerned with public safety and Second Amendment rights.
‘It severely undermines the confidence in our gun laws as well as the ATF … if there are not criminal consequences,’ Sen. Tom Cotton said.
“Day to day, ATF plays a significant role in the legal trade of firearms in this country,” Grassley said during Wednesday’s Senate Judiciary hearing.
A USA Today reporter who has worked directly with a Bloomberg-funded anti-gun group is preparing an attack on a major gun industry trade group ahead of hearings for Biden’s ATF nominee.
Biden is issuing multiple executive orders to combat what he called a “public health crisis” and “international embarrassment” of gun violence in the U.S.
Chipman, likely taking his cues from past nominees, has locked his Twitter account upon news breaking of his appointment in the Biden administration.
Thirty years into the national debate over semi-automatic rifles and ammunition magazines designed for defensive purposes, the only thing that has changed is the openness with which Democrats demonstrate their determination to prohibit the private ownership of firearms.