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Alyssa Milano, has once again thrown its support behind the former Vice-President, to 2020, the Democratic candidate, and Joe Biden, after they had shared a video on Twitter, it turned out that Offer to engage in a “difficult conversation” about gun control in an automotive plant worker in Detroit, Mich.
“‘Bulls—.’ This is the reason why I endorse Joe Biden for President. You need to be able to have the difficult conversations with those who disagree with you,” Milano tweeted, along with the emotionally-charged video.
Biden on Tuesday made a trip to a car factory, which is currently under construction in the Group, when he was confronted by an employee, who is said to Biden that he’s “actively trying to reduce our Second Amendment right to keep and bear arms.”
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The White House hopeful said: “You’re full of s—!” in an attempt to walk back earlier comments he made in the first Democratic debate on the “to buy” assault ” weapons in the Us. In Biden’s attempt to claim he supports the Second Amendment, he explained, from his own stock of weapons, erroneously referring to the AR-15 and rifles like AR-14s.”
As Biden said, the car factory worker, he went on, “take your AR-14s way,” and he pointed with his finger at the man’s face, eliciting a response from the employer.
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“It’s not right,” said the man.
“Don’t tell me anything, pal,” Biden said as the man continued to voice his support for the ” assault rifles.”
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Biden gave it to the worker, “such a horse’s a–” ” for the exercise of it.
During the first Democratic debate, Biden told the world that he would “buy back” guns from those who legally owned them.
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“People see it, and I would have to buy back the [assault] weapons. We have already started to talk about that,” he said at the time. “We’ve been trying to get it done. I think it can be done. And it should be required that we do so. It’s a good value for the money.”