American politician Brian Kemp released an agitational video in which he talked with his daughter’s boyfriend, pointing his gun at him, writes Washington Post. In a two-minute video, the acting secretary of the state of Georgia sits in a room decorated with various weapons. “I’m Brian Kemp, and this is Jake – a young man who is interested in one of my daughters,” says the politician, pointing to the young man sitting next to him.
During the conversation Kemp asked the teenager what is required of the young man who wants to meet with his daughter, and he replied: “Respect and good attitude towards the Second Amendment to the Constitution, sir.” The answer liked the policy. “It seems that we will get along,” concludes Kemp.
The video quickly began to gain popularity and became the reason for criticism of the politician in social networks. Some of the users reproached Kemp for directing the gun to the young man, while others criticized his position on the issue of storing weapons. After a while, Kemp published a response to criticism: “Guys, I’m a conservative. Resign yourself to this. “