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Fox & Friends“Ruled that it was” shocking “that the President of the United States declared that no amendment to the Constitution is” absolute “despite Supreme Court rulings and even general examples that fill the everyday American language.

President Joe Biden on Thursday declared gun violence an “epidemic” and announced a series of measures, including six executive orders, to combat what he called “the blemish of our character as a nation.”

“The part that is really shocking,” co-host Steve Doocy claimed Friday, “is where the president just said that no constitutional change is absolute.” He is talking about the second amendment, which he does not see as giving anyone the right to do what they want with weapons. We know we know what he’s talking about. “

Doocy went on to say that Biden “wants to do something about the second amendment that he just disagrees with,” Doocy claimed. Biden has a 3500 word end gun violence plan on his campaign website, and none of that has anything to do with abandoning the Second Amendment.

“But what if no change is absolute? What does he think of the first change? What is his position on religious freedom, what is his position on freedom of expression? “Asked Doocy.

By 2008, Biden was Associate Professor for 17 years, teaching a constitutional seminar at Widener University School of Law.

And Biden addressed all of these issues during his speech in the rose garden on Thursday, a fact the Fox News team was counting on its viewers not watching.

“No change – no change to the constitution is absolute,” said Biden on Thursday. “In a crowded movie theater, you can’t shout ‘fire’ and call it free speech. From the start, you couldn’t own a weapon that you wanted to own. From the very beginning, when the second amendment existed, certain people were not allowed to have weapons. So the idea is just bizarre to point out that some of the things we recommend are against the constitution. “

The Supreme Court has repeatedly stated that “no constitutional law is absolute,” UCLA law professor Adam Winkler told the Washington Post in 2015. “In general, if the government has very strong reasons to restrict a right, it can.”

Doocy then went on to explain that “it looks like he’s, you know, some kind of cafeteria approach to the Constitution,” in a dog-whistle about Biden’s Catholic faith, which conservatives often attack.


Steve Doocy is so offended by Joe Biden for saying “No change is absolute” that he asks “What about the first change,” which has several exceptions in federal law.

– Bobby Lewis (@revrrlewis) April 9, 2021

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