Biden Claimed Autoworker Was Lying When He Said Biden Wanted to Take Guns, but Here's Video of Biden Saying It

Democratic presidential candidate former Vice President Joe Biden speaks at a campaign event in Columbus, Ohio, Tuesday, March 10, 2020. (AP Photo/Paul Vernon)

We reported on the confrontation that Joe Biden had with an autoworker at a Michigan plant after the man asked a question about guns.

Biden flipped out after the man said that he’d seen a video of Biden saying he wanted to take people’s guns. Biden responded that that was a lie, that he didn’t want to take people’s guns. Here was that confrontation where he threatened to slap the man in the face or take him outside.

From Newsbusters:

BIDEN: No. No. Shush, shush. I support the Second Amendment. The Second Amendment just like right now if you yelled fire, that’s not free speech. From the very beginning, I have a shotgun, I have a 20-gauge, a 12-gauge. My sons hunt. Guess what? You’re not allowed to own any weapon. I am not taking your gun away at all. Do you need 100 rounds? No.

AUTOWORKER: When you said you’re going to take our guns.–

BIDEN (yelling over him): I did not say that! I did not!

But indeed, let’s flashback to last August, and see that the man, Jerry Wayne was absolutely right.

Here’s Biden saying yes, indeed, “bingo,” he did want to take your guns.

He rants and makes an unintelligible statement about the assault weapons that have “100 rounds.” As he revealed in his confrontation with Jerry Wayne, he appears to think that an AR-15 (or in Biden vernacular, an AR-14) is a machine gun or automatic weapon with 100 rounds.

“To gun owners out there who say, well, a Biden Administration means they’re going to come for my guns…”

“Bingo, you’re right if you have an assault weapon. The fact of the matter is they should be illegal. Period. The Second Amendment doesn’t say that you can’t restrict the type of weapons that people own.”

Yes, Joe, it does. That’s exactly what the Second Amendment does. Now the Supreme Court does define that further, saying in the Heller case that any gun in common usage would be protected. The AR-15 is one of the most popular rifles in the country. It’s the very definition of “common use”; it’s not a “weapon of war,” it’s not used in the military, it’s not an automatic weapon and it fires one bullet per trigger pull.

Not only did Joe say this in August, just before Super Tuesday, he embraced Beto O’Rourke and said that he would be putting Beto in charge of guns if there were a Biden administration.

Beto has said that if people didn’t comply with a ban, then law enforcement might have to go their homes to get their guns. Famously, he said, “Hell, yes, we’re going to take your AR-15s and your AK 47s!”

On Wednesday, Joe Biden’s chief aide Symone Sanders also confirmed that yes, Biden wanted to ban “assault weapons” (whatever that might encompass).

So, looks like Jerry Wayne was exactly right. That’s why Biden freaked out and threatened to slap him and take him outside, because Joe clearly can’t handle the truth.