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Biden Gets in Shouting Match Over Gun Confiscation, Tells Worker He’s “Full of Sh*t”

Biden Gets in Shouting Match Over Gun Confiscation, Tells Worker He’s “Full of Sh*t”

“I own a shotgun. My sons hunt. Do you need 100 rounds?” — Biden

Tuesday, during a visit to an auto plant in Detroit, Biden was asked about his gun confiscation rhetoric. It did not go well.

Biden told the worker he was “full of shit” and in one clip it sounds like Biden also threatened to “slap” the man in the face.


And slapping in the face? Yes, I hear it.

The inconsistencies here are just… wow. If this was a normal ol’ Democrat gladhanding hard hats, fine. But this man is supposed to be a serious White House contender.


Sunday, Professor Jacobson blogged about Biden and how he’s becoming a “sad figure,” which sums up my sentiments exactly. His gaffes have reached a point where it seems cruel to laugh. They’re concerning and for the life of me I don’t understand why no one close to him tried to deter him from an undertaking in which he is struggling.


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2smartforlibs | March 10, 2020 at 2:19 pm

In a clumsy attempt to cover this an aid said it was a human moment.

    notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital in reply to 2smartforlibs. | March 10, 2020 at 2:25 pm

    Must be one of the “demented” ones then.

    Biden must be forced to withdraw from the DNC crimes….

      notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital in reply to notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital. | March 10, 2020 at 5:35 pm

      Media Rushes In to Defend Old Sick Demented Man

        notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital in reply to notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital. | March 10, 2020 at 5:37 pm


        The Daily Caller also notes that Biden’s campaign is now keeping Sundown Joe’s speeches shorter than they had been.

        Most likely to end them before he begins sundowning.

          notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital in reply to notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital. | March 10, 2020 at 5:39 pm


          Former Vice President Joe Biden�s media defenders have settled on their weapon for silencing questions about his mental misfires: his childhood stutter.

          “Joe Biden’s opponents on the left and right are spreading a disgusting and baseless smear that he is in ‘cognitive decline,’ based on verbal slip-ups he makes when trying to suppress his childhood stutter,” Raw Story�s Matthew Chapman wrote in a viral Twitter thread. Others in media are advancing similar arguments.

          But] stuttering has nothing to do with Biden telling people he was arrested in the streets of South Africa trying to see Nelson Mandela. (He wasn’t.)

          Stuttering has nothing to do with Biden pledging to appoint the first African-American woman to the United States Senate. (The Senate has already had black women, and presidents don’t appoint senators anyway.)

          Stuttering has nothing to do with Biden making bizarre references to record players, it has nothing to do with Biden forgetting in which state he�s campaigning, and it has nothing to do with him confusing people and events from decades apart. It simply doesn’t.

          What’s really behind Biden’s mental misfires is up for debate but the vast majority of the time, it ain�t a childhood stutter, and anybody saying otherwise is either dishonest or uninformed.

    gonzotx in reply to 2smartforlibs. | March 10, 2020 at 2:29 pm

    So is taking a dump

    Is that what the Democrats have come to?

    Wow wow wow

    Milhouse in reply to 2smartforlibs. | March 10, 2020 at 3:09 pm

    He has those occasionally, does he?

    It wasn’t a ‘human’ moment. It’ was a fascist moment.

    These scummy swamp people really believe they rule us.

    JusticeDelivered in reply to 2smartforlibs. | March 10, 2020 at 3:54 pm

    It was a Biden inhuman moment, probably another conversion moment, where one or more decide they are done with being Dems.

ummm, they care more about power than about the welfare of the country?

    notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital in reply to hopeful. | March 10, 2020 at 2:26 pm

    You said it!

    Destroy all, as long as they’re on top of the scrap pile that’s left.

“… for the life of me I don’t understand why no one close to him tried to deter him from an undertaking in which he is struggling.”

Why shouldn’t he spend his remaining time participating in the activities he’s loved all his life?

    notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital in reply to clintack. | March 10, 2020 at 2:27 pm

    Sniffing, groping, etc. etc…….

    CKYoung in reply to clintack. | March 10, 2020 at 5:59 pm

    He has spent most of his adult life enriching himself and his cronies at the expense of the US taxpayers. And that is why he is running for president, because it is what he enjoys doing and wants to keep doing it.

When someone asks “Do you really need 100 rounds?” or “Do you really need an AR-15?”, that implies that the government should have the power to decide what we need and prohibit us from having anything more.

The point of a free society is that we get to decide for ourselves what we need and what we want. Do we really need to have cars that can go over 80 MPH? Do we really need more than one car? Do we really need more than one bathroom in our house? Do I really need an AR-15 with a standard capacity (20 round) clip? For that matter, do we really need to have more than two children per family? Those questions are none of the government’s business.

    DaveGinOly in reply to OldProf2. | March 10, 2020 at 4:10 pm

    Here’s how I put it:
    The government has as much authority to prevent me from exercising my right to arms as it does to prevent me from exercising my right to practice a religion. The government has as much authority know if I’m exercising my right to arms as it does to know if I’m exercising my right to practice a religion. And it has the same authority to know how I may be exercising my right to arms as it does to know how I may be exercising my right to practice a religion. Which is to say “none,””none,” and “none.”

      Which is to say “none,””none,” and “none.”
      Not entirely. If you’re committing ritual human sacrifice, then the gov’t has every right to stop that part of your religious practice. If you’re shooting people willy-nilly or using your next-door neighbor’s back door for target practice, then the gov’t has a right to put a stop to it.

      ONLY because those bits interfere with other, higher, rights (i.e., right to life).

      Just like the “yell fire” stuff. You actually DO have a right to yell fire in a crowded theater. But you do NOT have the right to do so fraudulently, in order to cause mayhem and panic. It’s not actually a limit on the right, so much as committing a crime using your freedom of speech – which is wrong.

        drednicolson in reply to GWB. | March 10, 2020 at 6:11 pm

        In other words, the free exercise of your rights must not infringe upon the rights of others. The reciprocity principle.

        tom_swift in reply to GWB. | March 10, 2020 at 7:58 pm

        If you’re shooting people willy-nilly or using your next-door neighbor’s back door for target practice, then the gov’t has a right to put a stop to it.

        The Bill of Rights says nothing about shooting (or stabbing, or clubbing) anybody. All it says is “keep and bear” arms, and keeping or bearing have no deleterious effects on anybody.

    4fun in reply to OldProf2. | March 10, 2020 at 8:36 pm

    Standard magazine for an AR15 is 30 rounds.

      Neo in reply to 4fun. | March 11, 2020 at 11:34 am

      I thought Biden was talking about the AR-14 ?

      The AR-14 is a Directed Energy Weapon made by Hall Munitions Inc.
      The AR-14 DEW Assault Rifle was introduced in 2724 as a versatile, adaptable weapon capable of engaging enemies at short range. It was the first energy weapon to be employed by The Allegiance, its success resulted eventually resulted in the almost complete abandonment of ballistic weapons.

    Exactly. Well said.

healthguyfsu | March 10, 2020 at 2:24 pm

People need to keep doing this. Biden will crack and have a big melt down.

Corruption, treason, incompetence and arrogance aside: the arrogance is just as frightening.

Rank and file blue collar workers are with us in the fight, but union management continue to support the phony egalitarian democrats.

Biden? Sad? Hardly. He’s a lickspittle for the soiboys and a first rate punk.

bring on those diapers Joe.
I am enjoying your slide into dementia.

nice he gets to scream and poke people but slap his hand away and see who goes to jail for assault.
and THATS why we have the second amendment.

This reminds me of an incident from his 1988 run.

    bw222 in reply to NavyMustang. | March 10, 2020 at 3:50 pm

    In 1988 and 2008 he was considered an also-run candidate who won 0 primaries. Today, much older and cognitively impaired, he is the likely Democratic nominee.

Did Biden actually poke that guy in the chest? Because in my world that sort of thing is a few steps beyond fighting words.

    Bruce Hayden in reply to Tiki. | March 11, 2020 at 1:53 pm

    I do think that there is a double standard there. Males tend not to respond to non threatening assaults by significantly weaker people (I remember freezing up when putting my 13 year younger brother up against the wall – he was 5 and I was 18). Biden is much weaker than this guy, and very obviously struggling mentally. If the guy is wired normally (and he very much appears to be, from his very articulate FNC interview), he wasn’t going to strike back. No way.

Lewis Body Biden strikes again.

This is how Alzheimer’s works folks. Biden probably has no memory what-so-ever of last week when he sat down with Beto and promised that he was going send him to get your guns. He’s was “pro-2nd Amendment”, 35, years ago.. And that’s what he remembers through the fog of dementia

This makes sense.

    Squires in reply to amwick. | March 10, 2020 at 5:46 pm

    The earliest warnings I heard regarding Biden’s mental diminishment came from people with nursing backgrounds or who had spouses with nursing backgrounds, following his combative jackassery during the 2012 debates.

    He’s always been a dim, corrupt clown who tried to hide it behind a rice paper thin tough-guy/smart-guy act; progressive mental impairment has only made his acting out more frequent and more obviously nonsensical.

It is almost an embarrassment of riches for Republicans. I don’t know who I would rather win the nomination. Both Bernie and Biden are gifts that just keep on giving. I wish we could hold off on some of this scrutiny until after he wins the nomination though.

I don’t need all the books I own. I own more books than I could possibly read even if I never bought or borrowed another one, and devoted the rest of my life to the task of reading the ones I have. That’s nobody’s business but mine, and if the government were to come for them I’m reasonably sure Biden would take my side and denounce the argument that I don’t need them. Yet somehow this is different?

    Paul in reply to Milhouse. | March 10, 2020 at 5:31 pm

    Mark my words, if they ever get all the guns they’ll be coming for the books next.

    chocopot in reply to Milhouse. | March 11, 2020 at 8:27 am

    “Yet somehow this is different?”

    Yes, it is. Your books do not threaten the government, but your guns do. And that is exactly why the Left wants those guns, so when they create the dictatorship they have been working toward for more than half a century, you and your guns will not be able to threaten their control.

      If books no longer threaten the established regime, then it’s only because the citizens are no longer literate.

    Jack Klompus in reply to Milhouse. | March 11, 2020 at 11:49 am

    Any chance you can get to make a self-aggrandizing display of your “intellect” you never fail to take, right MENSA guy?

FWIW here is the ArmaLite AR-14:

    faboutlaws in reply to SHV. | March 10, 2020 at 5:14 pm

    Then there’s the Ruger Mini 14.

    Paul in reply to SHV. | March 10, 2020 at 5:29 pm

    I figure he was referring to the M-14 which was briefly the standard issue service rifle during the Korean War period.

    Trying to figure out what Gropey Joe actually means when he rambles could be some sort of drinking game. We’ll all get hammered.

I’m pretty certain Joe meant he was full of S***T.

Slow Joe is like a live hand grenade, ready to go off at any moment. CNN and the rest of the fake news media will do everything they can to cover for Biden, but it’s an impossible task.

I own far more firearms that Biden thinks I need.

And I have far more than 100 rounds for each of my firearms.

I shoot about 300 rounds per shooting session, usually twice per month. So about 7,800 rounds per year. Not counting shotgun ammo, for my rare skeet/trap sessions. Yes, Joe, I need more than 1,000 rounds of ammo.

I wonder how much ammo his security detail carries? Bet its significantly more than 100 rounds a man.

The summary on all this: biden is a thug. Literally.

Our government is a mafia. Literally – but with a monopoly of force.

Notice thug charles schumer threatening a check and balance on the New Mafia’s power.

    And when Biden puts his hands on somebody it’s not to be “friendly”: it’s to assert dominance. He has no boundaries because he does not recognize the humanity and dignity of other people. He is a walking talking exemplar of how politics attracts evil people.

Sounds like Biden threatened the guy. Maybe the government needs to take his guns away under a “Red Flag” law

Joe Biden and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day: Top 3 trends on Twitter…AR-14, #BidensCognitiveDecline and #DemExit.

Biden is an Ass, of course. Why deny law-abiding People their civil rights? It’s not as if We will casually choose to abort another human life for simple causes, for being a “burden”, while in pursuit of wealth, pleasure, leisure, narcissistic indulgence, and democratic leverage. That said, the Second Amendment is a right, not rite (e.g. reproductive), intended to empower People, and our Posterity, to be prepared to join a well-regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free State. And to that end, the People, and our Posterity, at their own expense, will hunt, will practice, and will act in self-defense. This is not a license to Plan or Choose or other elective causes.

What he’s saying is that the voters he has are not good enough, so the DNC will replace them. Between DNC and Chamber of Commerce, that’s been underway since 1965, when the immigration laws were “reformed”. Conservatives did nothing, Leftists planned for decades ahead. They’re going to lose this round, but only because they’re inadvertently saving us from themselves.

Here in Wa, we were really sweating whether go with Bernie in order to force them to steal it from him like in 2016 or with Biden because…well this.

It really is Abbot vs Costello.

The performance by Biden is beginning to look much like the 2014 Mississippi Senate race performance of Thad Cochran. He was clearly displaying a loss of cognition; senior moments throughout the campaign and his performance post election was cringe worthy ultimately leading to his resignation and the appointment of a replacement by the Governor.

I am still refusing to believe the d will be successful in replacing either Bernie or Biden at a brokered convention. Too much chance of chaos and risk of an electoral meltdown in November. Think about the d party bosses doing everything possible to prop up Biden in order to shaft Bernie again and tell me what percentage of PO Bernie supporters are going to show up to vote for the d boss selected replacement candidate of not only Bernie but also Biden. These folks are supposed to line up to vote for a d candidate who didn’t participate in the d primary process? No way.

I could see the VP being being selected by the d party bosses with the goal of Biden resigning two years into his Presidency if elected. However, that path is very speculative and carries it’s own risks.

Bottom line is PDJT is going to eat Biden’s lunch in the general election debates. It won’t even be close. Biden won’t be able to stay calm or focused for the program, sooner or later he will come unglued and display his obvious faults for everyone watching.

Does anyone honestly believe the dnc will let joe get on the debate stage with PDJT? They must be in absolute panic mode right now. ‘Get off my lawn dementia joe’ or ‘Get off my lawn comrade bernie.’ No way they nominate either of these guys.

Just wait. SloJoe will eventually strike somebody. Mark my word.

Did Trump outbid the DNC on Biden? I guess the one fatal vice Democrats have is they can’t say “no”, even when reality becomes obvious. Will Trump sweep all 50 states when a slurring Biden is taken in a wheelchair to the debate podium? The 25th Amendment doesn’t kick in until someone is in office.


Biden will pick a really bad VP.
He will forget his name multiple times.
Even the worst pick (e.g. Spartacus) will upstage him.
Milwaukee will be a literal dumpster fire from the Burn-it bros.

In that clip, Joe Biden also said that machine guns are illegal (they’re not). There are legally owned machine guns in parts of America. Biden’s statement here evinces ignorance of the gun laws he helped write!

    CommoChief in reply to nebel. | March 10, 2020 at 10:30 pm

    While you are correct that machine guns are not illegal, the NFA of 1934 regulating possession, transfer etc of machine guns results in a large regulatory hurdle not to mention artificially inflating the price of them. This intended consequence for all practical purposes makes them unattainable for the everyday gun owner, so much so that they may as well be illegal in fact for the average person.

    Personally I am willing to give Biden a pass on this point, as long as the d are willing to admit that in order for Congress to issue letters of marque and reprisal would require citizens to possess and be proficient in the use of all sorts of military grade weaponry. The second amendment isn’t the sole place in the constitution which contemplates private firearm ownership and use.

      nebel in reply to CommoChief. | March 11, 2020 at 11:11 am

      Specifically, Biden voted for the 1986 Firearm Owners Protection Act that, among other things, closed the machine gun registry. This provision allowed people to own and transfer currently registered machine guns but prevented people from registering new machine guns. The limited supply from this law Biden supported drove up the prices.

        CommoChief in reply to nebel. | March 11, 2020 at 2:38 pm


        I agree that he voted for the 1986 act and that an intended consequence was to drive up costs. His statement that MG are ‘illegal’ is incorrect as a matter of law but is de-facto true as a practical matter.

“Professor Jacobson blogged about Biden and how he’s becoming a ‘sad figure’ “

It’s hard to think of him as a “sad figure” since he was a scumbag from the start of his career.

    notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital in reply to pst314. | March 10, 2020 at 11:13 pm

    Yes, it’s akin to thinking of Michelle Obama or
    Valerie Jarrett as “sad figures.”

Do we need a full time senate and house of representatives? Not that they actually work full time in any case, but maybe we could limit them to part time? A month in the spring and one in the fall. Special meetings when emergencies occur.

    drednicolson in reply to 4fun. | March 11, 2020 at 7:20 pm

    Originally, Congress was meeting in DC only 3-4 months annually, because the sweltering heat and soggy weather made it nigh-unbearable to live and work in for much of the year.

    The advent of air conditioning made the DC swamp liveable, so the DC Swamp could stick around 24/7/365.

mickshrimpton | March 10, 2020 at 9:01 pm

Dang, he looks like Slade Gorton.

notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital | March 10, 2020 at 11:08 pm

Is Joe Biden affected with vascular dementia?

Vascular Dementia is a general term describing problems with reasoning, planning, judgment, memory and other thought processes caused by brain damage from impaired blood flow to your brain.

Slow Joe would lose his tiny mind if he found out what I ordered yesterday from Lucky Gunner.

I forgot to receive permission from the Department of Need.

“I own a shotgun. My sons hunt. Do you need 100 rounds?” — Biden

Who are you, Joe, to tell me what I need? If I want to own 100 firearms and 100,000 rounds of ammunition, who are YOU to tell me I can’t? Where in the Constitution does it say that self-anointed elitists like YOU have the right to tell anyone what they can and cannot own?

UnCivilServant | March 11, 2020 at 9:44 am

100 rounds is just zeroing the scope, Joe, not that it’s any of your business how much ammo I want.

    jmccandles in reply to UnCivilServant. | March 11, 2020 at 10:50 am

    Correct,Mr Biden the Buffoon has evidentially forgotten that it is entitled the Bill of Rights,not the bill of needs.

    If the second amendment is followed as worded,alll gun control laws are then un Constitutional, next would be petty tyrant.

So Slow Joe has gone from being Chester the Molester to Popeye. He used to grope women and children but now he challenges people to fights or sit-up contests. The number pf people who own “assault weapons” and “a hundred bullets” doesn’t scar me but tThe idea of an angry, senile old fool with a short temper having a shotgun does.

Biden has my (grudging) respect for once having held the office of the Vice President. However his deterioration is so obvious, the people using him as a puppet should be exposed and humiliated.

The reasons the DNC chose him over some other candidate are that he can’t have his future ruined by losing any more than it is now, and that he gives cover to the crimes of the previous administration, since to investigate would be to persecute an electoral rival.

Imagine thinking that 100 rounds is an extreme amount of ammunition? Even a dilly-dallier like me will easily go through 100 rounds in a one hour range session. People who actually practice do multiples of that at least once a week.

A single brick of .22LR is 500 rounds. Typical pistol cartridge reloaders might average a thousand rounds per batch and people who own a variety of different caliber firearms will often keep at least several thousand rounds on hand.

Most importantly, the first purpose of the 2nd amendment is for MILITARY preparedness, which could easily call for a minimum stock in the tens of thousands of rounds.

Does Biden know anything? Is this just senility on his part or is he actually proposing to disarm us through ammo limits?