Uh-oh, Joe… it looks like you pissed off the wrong guy.
Jerry Wayne is an autoworker from Detroit. He’s a member of a union and he’s a member of the NRA. When he heard that Joe Biden was going to be visiting his worksite, he thought about what he was going to ask him if given the opportunity.
When Wayne got his chance, he said he asked Biden how he planned to help union workers.
“I also asked him how he wanted to get the vote of the working man when a lot of us wield arms. We bear arms and we like to do that,” Wayne said, “If he wants to give us work and take our guns, I don’t see how he’s going to get the same vote.”
Source: USA Today
We all know how that went. As Jerry calmly asked his questions, Joe got upset, spoke about AR-14s, said Jerry was “full of sh*t,” told the union worker “don’t be a horse’s ass” and at one point asked him if he wanted to “go outside.”
ClashDaily covered the confrontation here:
Now Jerry is sharing his side of the confrontation and the why behind it in an NRA ad.
He even got a special little something to commemorate his little face-to-face chat with Joe.
Watch the epic NRA ad here:
Joe Biden threatened to take this union worker’s “AR-14” in a train wreck of a viral video.
That union worker’s name is @JerryWayneAR14 and one day after the interaction, he went out and got an “AR-14” in honor of Joe.
This is his message to America: pic.twitter.com/faRuE2OVR2
— NRA (@NRA) March 13, 2020
That is one powerful ad. It’s going to resonate with voters just like Jerry.
Don’t Tread On Us.