Former Vice President Joe Biden had a testy exchange with a worker during a visit to a Fiat-Chrysler auto plant in Detroit, Michigan. While Biden was taking a tour of the factory, a worker approached him and accused him of trying to undermine the Second Amendment.
“You are actively trying to end our Second Amendment right and take away our guns,” the worker told Biden, who is currently leading the race in the Democratic presidential primary.
Biden replied: “You’re full of s***.”
“I support the Second Amendment. The Second Amendment — just like right now, if you yelled ‘fire,’ that’s not free speech,” Biden said. “And 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’m not taking your gun away at all.”
The worker interjected, claiming the Biden said he would take away people’s guns in a viral video. Biden told him the video was nothing more than “a viral video like the other ones they’re putting out that are simply a lie.”
As the worker continued to press the issue, Biden had enough, saying: “Don’t tell me that pal or I’m going to go out and slap you in the face.”
“You’re working for me, man!” the worker said.
“I’m not working for you,” Biden replied. “Don’t be such a horse’s a**.”
The two continued to argue until another employee came over and tried to defuse the situation. You can watch a video of the profanity-laced exchange below.