From the Fake Jews, so take with a grain of salt…
So, is Trump correct in his assertion that former president Barack Obama "legalized bump stocks?"
The answer is: sort of.
In 2010 the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives determined that because bump stocks don't have any moving parts, they are a "firearm part" and could not be regulated as a firearm under existing gun laws.
The ATF reached a similar conclusion in 2012.
Adam Winkler, a constitutional law professor at the University of California, Los Angeles, told PolitiFact that it is accurate to say the Obama administration approved the sale of bumps stocks.
"Not because they liked it, but because the law did not permit them to prohibit it," Winkler told the fact-checking organization, which explored the issue after the National Rifle Association said in October that the Obama administration approved bump stocks on two occasions.
Rick Vasquez, a former ATF official who took part in the decision to approve bump stocks, told Politifact that to blame the administration implies that Obama or his then-attorney general Eric Holder were involved in the determination.
"We never had any political people come down to our office saying we must or must not approve," Vasquez said.
Trump is partly wrong about machine guns being illegal.
Congress banned the sale of new machine guns for civilian use in 1986, but possession of older automatic weapons is still allowed with a special permit.
Earlier this month, Sessions sent the changed machine gun definition to the Office of Management and Budget, continuing a process that began Feb. 20 when Trump signed an executive order directing Sessions to get the ball rolling on a bump stock ban.
The proposal will undergo a 90-day review period before becoming final. After that, if the rule is made final, bump stock owners will be required to surrender or destroy the devices.
The Justice Department moved forward on Saturday with plans to ban bump stock devices and make them illegal to own or sell.
The move comes after President Trump signed an executive order that instructed Attorney General Jeff Sessions to regulate the devices, which help speed up the pace of gunfire and allow semi-automatic guns to fire at a rate that mimics a fully automatic firearm.
On Saturday, Sessions announced his office submitted a notice to the Office of Management and Budget that would clarify the definition of "machinegun" and add bump stocks to the list of devices banned.
IOW: Its all bullshit, Obongo 'couldnt' inhibit them because they weren't actually guns…. So Trump, cucking as usual, had that little goblin Sessions redefine 'machine guns' so he could ban them.
How incredibly (((BASED))) can you get?
The people who suck his dick continue to do so because the oversight continues to try to maintain the appearance that the majority espouses that mindset.
If you're a Trump dick-sucker, why would you leave?