Vice President Joe Biden Mocks 'Black Helicopter Crowd' That Opposes Gun Registration (Audio)

| by Michael Allen
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Vice President Joe Biden recently spoke with NPR about gun control and the Obama administration's  plan to continue pushing for an assault weapons ban (audio below), reports Politico.com.

"What is the downside of saying 'You can only have clips with ten rounds in it?' Hunting? Sportsmanship? If you need more than 10 rounds to hunt, and some argue that they hunt with that many rounds, you shouldn't be out there hunting. You can't get the deer with three shots, you're an embarrassment," said Biden.

"Tell me what the burden is that you have to buy three clips with ten rounds versus one clip with 30? The cost is the same. What is the burden? What am I doing to infringe on your constitutional rights?"

"When you go to registration, it raises all the ‘black helicopter’ crowd notion that what this is all about is identifying who has a gun, so that one day the government can get up and go to the house and arrest everyone who has a gun, and they’ll cite Nazi Germany and all that,” Biden stated.

Source: NPR.org and Politico.com