Joe Biden: No One Needs a ‘Magazine with 100 Clips in It’

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Joe Biden: No One Needs a ‘Magazine with 100 Clips in It’

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Breitbart News reports: During a Concord, New Hampshire, campaign stop Democrat presidential hopeful Joe Biden criticized the ownership of magazines that hold “100 clips.”
Ironically, leftists often refer to ammunition feeding devices as “clips” instead of magazines, but Biden used the word “clips” in place of bullets. He realized his mistake and corrected himself.

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