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Lord, we lift up Joe Biden. He is obviously stressed and in need of rest. We pray he will find rest and peace as he travels around the country.

Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden cursed and appeared to threaten a Detroit autoworker on March 10 during an argument over gun rights.

The former vice president told the unidentified worker that he is “full of [expletive]” and called him a “horse’s [expletive].”

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The confrontation occurred amid a crowd of hardhat-clad workers at the Fiat Chrysler plant in Detroit, Michigan. Several videos of the argument were posted online.

“You are actively trying to end our Second Amendment rights and take away our guns,” the worker said to Biden.

“You’re full of [expletive],” Biden said before turning to “shush” a campaign official who tried to cut the conversation short.

“I support the Second Amendment … 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. Do you need a hundred rounds?”

The worker then challenged Biden over what appears to be the viral video of Biden telling a rally in Dallas, Texas, that former Rep. Beto O’Rourke “will be the one who leads” Biden’s gun-control effort.

Before dropping out of the presidential race, O’Rourke said, “Hell yes, we’re going to take your AR-15.” He also warned that those popular and legal rifles are “weapons of war, designed to kill people efficiently on a battlefield” and promised to “buy back every single assault weapon.”

Biden denied saying he would take people’s guns away while pointing at the worker’s face.

“This is not OK,” the worker said while waving his hand protectively between his face and Biden’s finger.

“Don’t tell me that, pal, or I’m going to go outside with you,” Biden responded as he turned to walk away.

“You’re working for me, man,” the worker shot back.

“I’m not working … Give me a break, man. Don’t be such a horse’s [expletive],” Biden said. “Look. Here’s the deal. Are you able to own a machine gun?”

“Machine guns are illegal,” the auto worker responded.

“That’s right. So are AR-15 are illegal,” Biden said.

“That’s not a machine gun. It’s a semi-automatic,” the worker responded.

“Do you need a hundred rounds? Do you need a hundred rounds?” Biden shouted.

“There are more deaths in America from handguns than there are from what you call ‘assault rifles.’ Why are you advocating for assault rifles when people are dying from handguns?” the worker asked.

Biden turned away without offering a response.

The confrontation is the latest in a series of tense confrontations and gaffes Biden has had on the campaign trail. The Trump and Sanders campaigns both drew attention on social media to the tense exchange. Asked for his reaction, Biden said, “I’m surprised that Sanders is joining Trump.” The Biden campaign didn’t respond to a request for comment. . .

(Excerpt from The Epoch Times. Article by Evan Pentchoukov.)


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  1. Turn Joe’s Heart from darkness to light from the power of Satan to the power of God that he would receive forgiveness of sins… And a place among those who are sanctified by faith in Christ… Holy Spirit -Woo him and draw him and call him by name… in Your Name & for Your GLORY

  2. Father God,
    I lift up this worker who had the courage to speak up and stand his ground in challenging policies being promoted. Bless him and protect him, LORD!
    I pray that what he has done will open many people’s eyes, minds, and hearts to see and understand clearly the need for civil open public debate about issues.
    Father God, please put an end to political correctness that seeks to stop people from talking through problems.
    I ask this in Jesus name who is the Truth. Amen.

  3. This behavior is one of many signs of dementia he is displaying. What we need to pray is that he will be released from this hellish abuse, and be able to live out the remainder of his life in peace. What they (I don’t know who) are doing to him is disgraceful!!! I don’t know why his family doesn’t intervene.

    Dear Lord, Help this man to find relief, and more importantly, if he doesn’t know You to find You in his rapidly decreasing moments of mental clarity. It’s enough to make an intercessor weep.

  4. Thank You, IFA and Epcoh Times for telling the truth. Thank You for telling true stories that our secular media is hiding. We have a new voter in our house. Because she registered to vote at 18, she has been receiving numerous texts, from various political organizations, that distort the truth. People would be amazed at the lies that have come across her phone, via text, from various policial action groups. They are attempting to brain wash the new voters by bombarding them with text messages that misrepresent the truth. Whenever I see these texts come through, I grab the phone and present the person with the gospel- none of them have responded to the plan of salvation yet. But, I pray they will. As I write this comment, yet another text is coming through from yet another PAC. God, help the youth in our nation not be brainwashed through texts by the PACs.

  5. Father God, I pray for Joe Biden’s salvation. Like Saul of Tarsus on the Road to Damascus, I pray that he has an encounter with the Lord Jesus while on the campaign trail. Please Lord, I pray that he and his family come to saving faith in Jesus. Amen.

    1. Father, Both Biden and Sanders need your grace to repent from renouncing Your sovereignty and choosing evil. As Haman attempted to deceive let their own eyes be opened to understand and resist the evil forces that have influenced them. Break these strongholds. Rebuke them and hold them accountable by not letting them continue in wrong doing, end their influence help them to surrender their wills to Your will. We ask you Lord to choose the one whom You want to receive the democratic nomination and expose in detail their evil agendas to awaken the people of America to resist. Give us all the grace we need to see the evil driven demonic agenda and us the strength to resist. Let us with open hearts choose You, truth and liberty. Grant us four more years of President Trump’s MAGA policies and help his enemies to surrender to Your will.


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