Comedian Chris Rock(C) delivers brief remarks during a press conference February 6, 2013 on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. Mayors Against Illegal Guns and the Law Center to Prevent Gun Violence held a news conference to call on Congress to act on US President Barack Obama's plan to reduce gun violence, including background checks for all gun sales and an assault weapons ban. Credit: AFP/Getty Images
Actor Chris Rock appeared on Capitol Hill on Wednesday to support President Barack Obama's gun control efforts. He explained that Obama is "our boss" and even argued he is like the "Dad of the country."
"The President of the United States is, you know, our boss. But he is also, you know, the president and the first lady are kinda like the Mom and Dad of the country," Rock said. "And when your Dad says something, you listen. And when you don't, it will usually bite you in the ass later on. So, I'm here to support the president."
That was about all Rock had to say on Capitol Hill Wednesday, but his remarks are very telling about how he sees Obama.
Rock has previously called for unconventional gun control proposals, including allowing only people with mortgages to buy a gun. He also called for "bullet control" -- or making bullets so expensive that no one can afford ammunition -- in one of his comedy acts.
Watch video of Rock's comments below via ABC News:
(H/T: Fox Nation)