Washington, DC – White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki touted President Joe Biden’s meeting with law enforcement officials on Monday as another step in his plan to get illegal guns off the streets, but the meeting didn’t have much police leadership.
The Associated Press categorized those in attendance as “urban leaders.”
President Biden convened the meeting with Attorney General Merrick Garland, “law enforcement leaders,” and elected officials on July 12 and once again ticked off the same list of gun-control measures he announced on June 23, ABC News reported. Psaki told reporters at a White House press briefing that the group would discuss President Biden’s “comprehensive plan to reduce gun violence and violent crime.”
The President’s plan included making gun dealers and manufacturers liable for how their products are used, using federal stimulus funds to pay for more police and tax credits to incentivize businesses to hire convicted felons, along with […]
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