Lauren Boebert Pushes Repeal Of Biden's 2022 Gun Control Measures

Colorado Republican Representative Lauren Boebert introduced legislation on May 15 to repeal the gun control measure that President Joe Biden implemented in the summer of 2022.

Biden was able to do so because Senator John Cornyn, a Republican from Texas, crossed the aisle and sided with liberals on the issue.

The gun control package, called Biden's "Bipartisan Safer Communities Act" was signed on June 25, 2022.

Boebert's bill is called the "Shall Not Be Infringed Act" and would undo the Biden gun controls.

"No amount of gun control will ever eliminate evil in our society, and unsurprisingly, the data has shown time and again that gun control does not decrease gun violence. Just look at Chicago or New York," Boebert said.

There have been many high-profile firearm attacks in America since Biden signed the bill, a fact that Boebert is pointing to as a way to show that gun control simply doesn't make America any safer.

Biden might know that as well if he wasn't too busy daydreaming about ice cream when these disasters happen.