What? Biden touts bill that will limit ‘no more than eight bullets in a round’

President Biden stumbled his way through a youth forum held at the White House on Monday making a number of false statements, but the most curious may have been his remark about gun control legislation.

While commenting on a bill he claimed ownership of, the president left the impression that he knows absolutely nothing about guns.

“My legislation says there can be no more than eight bullets in a round, okay?” Biden said, apparently confusing “round” with “magazine.”

Biden took questions at the town hall sponsored by left-of-center Now This, and claimed his student loan relief plan “passed by a vote or two.” The plan was the result of an executive order and was never voted on by Congress.

At another point, he appeared to forget the name of Roe v. Wade while answering a question on abortion, according to Yahoo News.

“Guess what, we need the same votes we need to overrule Dobbs, to, uh, reinstate, uh, the decision that was struck down by the Court,” Biden said.

An activist, the sister of a victim of the 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting in 2012, told Biden: “I really do think that a ban on assault weapons should be made a priority. Because, as you said, they’re weapons of war that are not made to kill animals, they’re made to kill people.”

“And I promise you, I made it a priority from the beginning,” Biden responded. “But you got to vote, vote, vote, vote, vote. We need a couple more Democrats in the Senate.”

Here’s a quick sampling of other responses to the story from Twitter:


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