Parkland parent interrupts Biden at a White House celebration of bipartisan gun legislation

"This is like giving Congress permission to wait another 30 years before taking further action."

At a White House event honouring the passing of a bipartisan gun safety law, Joe Biden was interrupted by Manuel Oliver, the father of a Parkland victim.

Mr. Oliver stood up during the president's speech on the White House lawn on Monday because he lost his son Joaquin in the Marjory Stone Douglas High School shooting in Florida in 2018.

United States President Joe Biden is interrupted by Manuel Oliver, whose son Joaquin died in the Parkland shooting.

United States President Joe Biden is interrupted by Manuel Oliver, whose son Joaquin died in the Parkland shooting.

After the White House event, Mr. Oliver spoke on CNN, saying that "this is like giving Congress permission to wait another 30 years to do something else."

Joaquin Oliver, a victim of the Parkland shooting, was invited, along with other victims and families of prior mass shootings, according to Manuel Oliver.

At a White House event honouring the passing of a federal gun safety bill, Joe Biden was heckled by the parent of a victim of a horrific massacre.

During the president's speech marking the act at the White House, Manuel Oliver yells, "We have to do more!"

"We need to go beyond that!" Standing up and sporting a purple jacket, a grey beard, and dark sunglasses, Oliver yelled among other things.

The president initially resisted when Biden said, "Sit down, you'll hear what I have to say," but eventually he did and responded, "Let him talk, let him talk, OK?"

“We are living in a country awash in weapons of war,” Biden said with palpable anger.

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