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Fresh off a trip across the pond, where he proudly accepted an award as UK GQ's "TV Personality of the Year," on Monday evening Piers Morgan was back inside his CNN New York studio, doing what he does best: putting guests on "The Grill" and engaging in a gun debate.
Joining Morgan in person, Emily Miller got the host's British blood boiling when she suggested a certain, specific segment of society ought to be included amongst the rest of the nation's gun-bearing public:
"I know a lot of these disability groups want to say you can't take away their rights because they're blind," said the author of "Emily gets her gun...but Obama wants to take yours." "It's a complicated issue."
Visibly distraught with the notion of those without vision using firearms, the "Piers Morgan Live" host couldn't get past one simple fact:
"They're blind! These people are blind," he exclaimed. "I interviewed Stevie Wonder. He said 'can you imagine I'm allowed to go and buy guns. Can you imagine me with a gun?' It is utterly ridiculous."
Watch the clip for more of Morgan's interview with Miller, including the portion where the guest explains the value and reasoning behind arming blind Americans, and for the next edition of "Piers Morgan Live," watch CNN every night at 9.
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