It was a huge win for patriotically nationalist Americans, so it automatically means Democrats are so livid that they’re turning purple and exploding. Republicans were thrilled to learn that David Chipman will not be Imperial Leader Joe Biden’s Minister of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives.
Americans score big
Conservative Republican Americans are poised and ready to “defeat all of Biden’s attempts to restrict our Second Amendment rights!” On Thursday, September 9, Donald Trump Jr. was one of the first to begin the celebration on Twitter, just daring them to censor him too. This is only the beginning, junior declares.
Nice try, conservatives snicker. Everybody knows Chipman is nothing but an “anti-2A gun grabber.” An “unhinged gun-grabber” Senator Tom Cotton added, calling his defeat “a win for the Constitution—and a crushing loss for Joe Biden.”
According to Kentucky Republican lawmaker Thomas Massie, Chipman never should have been nominated in the first place. It’s common knowledge that his opinions against the right to keep and bear arms are so disturbing his nomination would have gone down in flames at the confirmation hearings.
We defeated this anti-2A gun grabber and we'll defeat all of Biden's attempts to restrict our Second Amendment rights!
Report: Joe Biden to Withdraw David Chipman Nominationhttps://t.co/ndlfh5MLKG
— Donald Trump Jr. (@DonaldJTrumpJr) September 9, 2021
Democrats were devastated by being forced to kneel for the rights of free Americans. The Palace “is planning to withdraw David Chipman’s nomination to run the ATF this week amid bipartisan pushback over his gun control advocacy, according to two people with knowledge of the decision.”
Mitch McConnell didn’t waste any time weighing in. “Tooter the Turtle” practically claimed credit for personally busting Chipman’s balloon. He was glad to hear His Wisdom “is taking my advice and pulling the terrible nomination of David Chipman.”
He also called it absurd “that a vocal opponent of Americans’ constitutional rights was ever picked to run ATF.” There is no doubt in his mind that this “is a win for the Second Amendment and law-abiding American citizens.”
Chip away our right
Indiana Senator Mike Braun made a great point when he observed that rescinding the nomination is a victory for “law-abiding citizens who made their voice heard.” Braun tweeted that “David Chipman would have used ATF to chip away at our right to defend ourselves and our families.” That’s why he was so proud “to stand up against his nomination.”
Americans are safe in their Second Amendment protections since Biden’s handlers decided to back down. The Heritage Foundation spells it out for the whole class. “Chipman has a long history of advocating restrictive gun control measures that fly in the face of the Second Amendment’s text, history, and tradition.”
“Chipman and the Biden administration have repeatedly promoted false claims about guns, gun laws, gun-related violence, and dishonestly associated gun-related crime spikes with an increase in lawful gun ownership. Chipman is more interested in furthering a progressive gun control agenda than with protecting Americans’ constitutional rights. Worse, his blatant disdain for the nation’s millions of responsible gun owners shows he was never the right person to head the ATF.”
He would have made a terrible leader too. As Michigan’s Bill Huizenga points out, it’s “abundantly clear he is not fit to lead the men and women of the ATF.” Nationalist patriots totally agree. Especially the ones who carry NRA membership cards. The NRA did their part to spread the great news. “If verified, this would be a HUGE victory for NRA members and gun owners.” It’s been verified.
This should be an example to all Americans, Rep. Andy Biggs of Arizona proclaims. He’s encouraging everyone to keep up the fight. “Radical anti-gun nominee for the ATF David Chipman has been stopped. This is why we fight!”
Even the palace came out in a statement of their own and admitted that “Chipman’s nomination has been stalled in the Senate Judiciary Committee since June 24 due to his radical, far-left views on gun control.”