The Michigan auto worker who confronted Joe Biden over his stance on gun reform said Wednesday that the Democratic presidential candidate was unprepared for his line of questioning and “went off the deep end” during their fiery interaction.
In an interview on “Fox & Friends,” Jerry Wayne described his campaign trail spat with Biden at a Detroit assembly plant Tuesday, during which the former vice president charged that he was “full of s—” after Wayne accused him of attempting to “take away our guns.”
Video of their exchange shows Wayne accusing Biden of “actively trying to end our Second Amendment right” and “take away our guns.”
“You’re full of —-,” Biden responded. “I support the Second Amendment.”
Wayne and Biden continued their gun control debate. Biden went on to mistakenly refer to “AR-14s” when he meant AR-15s, and he told Wayne not to be “such a horse’s —.”
“He could have easily said, ‘I’m not taking questions,’ and I would have very respectfully walked away. But he wanted to listen to my question and I don’t think that he was ready for it,” Wayne said.