For all of his faults, I at least used to think that Joe Biden was a good politician. No, before you click away, hear me out. He represented the smallest state in the country, accomplished nothing, ran for President three times without ever getting above 0%, and somehow managed to become the Vice President of the United States.

After his win in South Carolina, you would think that he would take that opportunity to relaunch his campaign and present himself as a "centrist" alternative to Democratic Socialist Bernie Sanders.

Unfortunately for Joe, he is not a good politician.

During a rally in Dallas, Joe Biden brought Robert Francis "Beto" O'Rourke on stage and promised the crowd that Beto would be leading his campaign's gun policy.

That's right, the same Beto who tried to save his floundering campaign by admitting to the country that the Democrats' plan is to confiscate Americans' guns...

Just to recap, Beto supports door to door confiscations of so-called "assault weapons." But as if that wasn't bad enough, Beto -- when he was a candidate -- advocated expanding the definition of "assault weapon" beyond the AR-15s and AK-47s that Democrats like to use as scapegoats. He wanted to include handguns that millions of Americans use to defend themselves as well as ban millions of hunting and target shooting rifles that no other Democrat had ever advocated banning.

Beto supports so-called Red Flag laws, which would allow the government to disarm innocent gun owners without ever even needing to accuse them of breaking the law.

Beto supports so-called "universal background checks," which are nothing but a gun registration scheme to give the government the data necessary to actually enact the kinds of confiscation raids that Beto has so infamously called for.

Basically, there is not a single far-left gun control proposal that Beto has not already advocated.

And now, all of that crazy has now been absorbed into the Biden campaign.

If I need someone to skateboard in a Whataburger parking lot at 11 pm, Beto's my guy. But this idiot shouldn't even be allowed into the same room as policy makers, out of fear that his stupidity might be contagious...