Joe Biden truly wants to rip guns away from American citizens.
But states keep getting in his way as he tries.
And Biden is shaking with anger after one state passed a pro-gun law he despises.
In recent years, the Left has gone all-out in their anti-gun crusade.
But on the other side, gun rights supporters have been pushing back by demanding more gun rights than they have ever had before.
In this push, dozens of states have passed Constitutional Carry laws, which allows law-abiding gun owners to carry firearms without requiring government permission through permits.
And just this week, Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds signed Constitutional Carry into law, adding her state to the elite group of states that actually respect the Second Amendment.
“We will never be able to outlaw or prevent every single bad actor from getting a gun, but what we can do is ensure law-abiding citizens have full access to their constitutional rights while keeping Iowans safe,” Reynolds said after signing the law.
Governor Reynolds signature was based on the work of gun rights supporters in the state demanding she support the pro-gun measure.
That is because Reynolds has long opposed the measure.
In 2018, she stated that Iowa has “reasonable and responsible gun laws on the books,” and that they did not need to be expanded.
Later in 2019, she again declined to support Constitutional Carry.
Her shift in support shows that grassroots gun rights supporters can make a difference.
While gun rights supporters are extremely happy with this legislation, Democrats in the Iowa legislature are speaking out.
Iowa Democrat Senate Minority Leader Zach Wahls blasted the signing of the law, stating, “Gov. Reynolds has caved in to the most radical elements of her party.”
This law being signed is a setback to Joe Biden, who is trying to implement radical gun control at the federal level.
In recent days and weeks he has spoken in favor of extreme gun control measures like so-called “assault weapon” bans and private sale bans.
And he has signaled that he may not wait for the House and Senate to act, and may attempt to pass gun control through executive action.
If he does follow through on that route, it will be the most extreme executive overreach in modern U.S. history, and it underscores the importance of state’s passing laws like Constitutional Carry.