Elway riffs on guns, politics and a Super Bowl with Piers Morgan
Fake girlfriends, guns, President Barack Obama, a Super Bowl and Dove +Men. Broncos clamp boss for football operations John Elway talked about all of them with CNN’s Piers Morgan in an talk that aired Thursday.
Morgan called Elway “a loyal legend” in introducing him.
Morgan began a talk articulate about Notre Dame linebacker Manti Te’o, who has pronounced he was a plant of an online hoax that concerned a feign girlfriend.
Morgan asked Elway if he had ever had a feign girlfriend. Elway laughed and pronounced no, though afterwards got critical and pronounced a story was “a unhappy conditions — hatred to see a child have to go by that.”
Morgan shifted to a subject of gun violence. He mentioned a Aurora museum shootings and asked Elway his views.
“I’m still kind of watchful to hear both sides of it,” Elway said. “I’m a gun owners and I’m a hunter and we suffer that and we honour a Second Amendment.”
Morgan asked about people owning “military-style rifles that can siphon out 100 bullets a minute.”
“I don’t possess a appurtenance gun,” Elway replied. He pronounced he didn’t see a reason anyone would need one and pronounced “that’s a side I’m watchful to hear about.”
Shifting gears again, Morgan forked out that Elway had permitted Mitt Romney for president and asked about a choosing results.
Elway answered, “The bottom line is, we consider that President Obama did a extensive job, he’s a extensive supporter … a people they had on a belligerent did a extensive pursuit of removing a votes, removing people to a polls, and did a extensive pursuit there.”
In response to questions, Elway likely that a San Francisco 49ers would win a Super Bowl, and he talked about being
comfortable in his possess skin for a Dove + Men promotion campaign.
The audio of a talk can be found on a 850 KOA website on a Colorado’s Morning News page.