President Biden’s speech on the passage of bipartisan gun control was interrupted by Manuel Oliver, who lost his son in a shooting at Parkland.
Oliver demanded more about gun violence.
Manuel Oliver, the father of the murdered activist Joaquin Oliver, interrupted Biden’s speech and demanded more. Manuel has been fighting every day since his son was shot dead in a Parkland shooting. He accompanied him in a shirt demanding change, wearing his son’s face.@ChangeTheRef https://t.co/Pekl4cCaPY
— Matt Ditch (@MattxRed) July 11, 2022
Oliver has informed in advance that Biden’s speech will be interrupted.
Manuel Oliver, who lost his son in Parkland, was the man who had just interrupted President Biden’s speech on gun control.
Oliver said he would do this at CNN a few hours ago, along with Joe Walsh, who is calling for a cable news carnival. pic.twitter.com/FCo3pFikWy
— Curtis Houck (@CurtisHouck) July 11, 2022
The White House deserves praise for having Oliver attend the event, even if he knew that Oliver would interfere with the president.
It’s understandable, and the majority of Americans agree that there’s more work to be done to prevent gun violence and shootings, but Biden’s supporters say Oliver comes to the White House and is president. Expressed the opinion that it is rude to interfere with the United States.
Oliver was removed from the White House event because anyone would be kicked out if he interfered with the President at the White House, but his pain was understandable.Not like Trump, who may have rushed into the White House bunker in a similar situation, President Biden sat down and listened to Oliver and asked him to speak before he was escorted.
Easley is the editor-in-chief. He is also the White House press pool and Parliamentary correspondent for Politicus USA. Jason holds a bachelor’s degree in political science. His graduate work focused on public policy, which specializes in the social reform movement.
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