Throughout his political career, President Joe Biden has made many gaffes. Yet, he added another one to his long list of gaffes during his speech on gun control.
During his speech, Biden announced his administration’s six initial executive actions to stop “gun violence.”
Aside from all his lies to make guns appear evil, Biden said that nothing he recommended “in any way infringes on the Second Amendment.”
“They’re phony arguments suggesting that these are Second Amendment rights at stake for what we’re talking about,” he added. “But no amendment to the Constitution is absolute.”
Later on, Biden announced the sixth executive action that his administration would take by nominating David Chipman to serve as the director of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms (ATF).
Well, in doing so Biden added another gaffe to his list by referring to the ATF as AFT — and he did it twice in one sentence.
“Today, I’m proud to nominate David Chipman to serve as a director of the AFT. David knows the AFT well,” Biden said.
Of course, there exists no government organization known as AFT. As usual, Biden just said whatever he thought of, just like what he does when he talks about “gun violence.”