The Detroit union worker who former Vice President Joe Biden said was "full of sh*t" for asking about the Second Amendment during a campaign stop this week is speaking out about his experience with the Democratic presidential candidate.
During an interview with Fox and Friends Wednesday morning, Jerry Wayne explained what went down.
"I asked him how he was gonna be helping getting us, us union workers, work in the future. We seem to be doing fine at the moment but there's always room for improvement. I wanted to give him the opportunity to show us where the improvement could come from," Wayne said.
"I also asked him how he wanted to get the vote of the working man when a lot of us, we wield arms. We bear arms and we like to do that. And if he wants to give us work and take our guns, I don't see how he is going to get the same vote," Wayne said. “I didn’t try to raise any feathers. And he kind of went off the deep end. I saw he was digging a hole. I just kind of let him talk for a while to dig a hole.”
Wayne also stressed the importance of protecting the Second Amendment and believes Biden when he says he's going to confiscate firearms.
"It was a little bit disturbing to see that a politician wants to take away my right to defend myself," Wayne said. "He doesn't need to touch anybody's weapon at all. What we need to do is we need to concentrate on teaching people how to respect firearms and how to use them, not take them away."
"This is a right we need to protect with our heart and soul and it shouldn't be infringed," he continued.
You can watch the full interview below.