The king of executive action is at it again.
In the latest efforts by team-left to take away Second Amendment rights, Joe Biden is expected to announce new executive action on gun control Thursday,
During a press briefing Wednesday, Jen Psaki indicated the move will come later this week, though declined to go into detail on what the action would specifically include.
“I don’t have anything to preview,” she said. “I can convey that I expect the president will have more to say tomorrow.”
Politico first reported that an executive order is coming following three recent shootings in Colorado, Georgia and California. The shootings have put increased pressure on the White House to act fast, as legislation is not likely to quickly move through Congress.
Sources told the outlet Biden would begin the process of requiring those who buy “ghost guns,” firearms that lack serial numbers because they’re sold in pieces and put together at home, to undergo background checks, Fox News reports.
Biden has previously called for a ban on “assault weapons” and high-capacity magazines. While this would likely take an act of Congress, he could use regulatory authority.
“I got that done as a senator. It brought down mass shootings, we can do it again,” Biden said last month. “We can ban assault weapons and high-capacity magazines in this country once again.”