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Joe Biden: ‘Black Helicopter™ crowd is really upset’

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By Doug Powers  •  April 9, 2013 10:36 PM

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At first you might think Shotgun Joe is referring to reaction about his “new world order” comments the other day. However, this one instead features Biden either projecting or mocking, maybe a little of both (“projocking”?), about people who have the audacity to be concerned about their Second Amendment rights:


“Kinda scary man, the black helicopter crowd is really upset,” Biden said, criticizing the National Rifle Association for promoting a “misinformation campaign” on background checks.

Biden insisted that there would be no central registry for background checks allowing government to keep records on gun owners.

“No way that Uncle Sam can go find out whether you own a gun because we’re about to really take away all your rights and you’re not going to be able to defend yourself and we’re going to swoop down with Special Forces folks and gather up every gun in America,” Biden added mockingly. “It’s bizarre. But that’s what’s being sold out there.”

Biden’s ridiculing the opposition (rule #5 for those keeping score at home) because obviously only a small fringe of kook wackos disagree with the administration’s position on this issue:

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