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Pro-gun auto worker Biden confronted as ‘full of s–t’ fights back with powerful message and souvenir

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The Michigan auto worker who was seen being rudely dressed down by front-runner Democrat presidential candidate Joe Biden in a viral video clip last week is back with a vengeance courtesy the National Rifle Association.

On Friday, three days after the infamous dress-down, the 148-year-old gun rights organization released a new ad featuring none other than that same worker, Jerry Wayne, touting his brand new AR-15 (not to be confused with the non-existent “AR-14”).

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In the ad, Wayne unveiled a brand new AR-15 he “got” and showed off how it’s engraved with the words “AR-14” and “full of s–t” in honor of Biden, who’d lectured him on Tuesday about so-called “AR-14s” and told him he’s “full of s–t.”

“I am the union worker that Joe Biden tried to intimidate,” the ad begins. “Joe Biden wants to take my ‘AR-14.’ Let’s just not tell what it really is. I got this the day after I talked with Joe. I’m sure that’s not the result he was going for.”

He then explained what exactly had happened on Tuesday.

“My name is Jerry Wayne, and all I wanted to do is ask a presidential candidate a question,” he said. “I didn’t intend to start a fight. All I did was ask Joe how he was going to win over the union vote when he’s planning on coming after our guns with Beto O’Rourke.”

“I watched a video where he wanted to make ‘assault weapons,’ or America’s most popular rifle, illegal. So I asked him about it, and instead of answering me honestly, he acted like he never said it at all.”

Numerous examples exist of the former vice president calling to ban this, that or the other:

Wayne then turned his attention to Biden’s disrespectful remarks.

“And you say I’m full of s–t? Really Joe?” he said. “All I did was ask you about your own comments. At one point you asked me if I wanted to go outside. Why Joe? To smell all the freedom? And then I ended up telling him, ‘You work for me.’ And then he went and told me no.”

Wayne added that politicians such as Biden who’ve forgotten who they work for need a stark reminder.

“Politicians that have been in office for as long as Joe Biden need to be reminded that they work for us,” he said. “We do not work for them. Americans should be able to ask candidates seeking the highest office what’s going to happen to their rights.”

“If they vote them into office, Joe Biden can call me all the names he wants. But it doesn’t change the fact that he’s on video promising that Beto O’Rourke will lead the effort on gun confiscation. I think Biden made a huge miscalculation when he threatened to strip us Americans of our gun rights. The Second Amendment was put in place to protect us from a tyrannical government.”

A tyrannical government run by the very sorts of people who “know absolutely nothing” about guns, he added.

“They can’t take away our ‘AR-14,’ our ‘AR-16’ and all of our ‘100-round magazine clips’ because they don’t exist,” Wayne noted.

Not that it matters.

“I am sick and tired of having to defend the fact that we need guns to defend our homes and hunt wildlife,” he explained. “I don’t need an excuse to have 100 rounds. I’ve got the Constitution of the United States. My goal is to actually bring this country together, not further divide us.”

“Many brave men, like my grandfather, who is a 96-year-old World War II veteran fought so that we could have these rights, not so politicians could stomp all over them. For every gun-grabbing politician out there, I’ve got four words for you: Don’t tread on us!”

He concluded the ad by urging “all patriots” to take a stand against “career politicians” such as Biden who’ve “forgotten who they work for and whose rights they swore to protect.”

Vivek Saxena

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