Speaking on a tarmac at Buffalo-Niagara International Airport on whether members of Congress and Tucker Carlson are to be blamed for replacement theory fueling violence, President Biden said he believes anybody who echoes or advocates the theory deserves some blame.

“Not for this particular crime, but it serves no purpose, no purpose, except for profit and/or political benefit.” Biden said it is “wrong, simply wrong.”

On gun control, Biden said he has “to convince Congress to go back to what I passed years ago.” On chances of success, he said “it is going to be very difficult but I am not going to give up.”

On domestic terrorism statute, Biden said “we have enough laws on the books to deal with what’s going on.”

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