Let’s Go Brandon Still Going Strong
The Let’s Go Brandon trend continued this weekend with numerous college football stadiums breaking out in the viral chant on Saturday.
If you’re not familiar with the Let’s Go Brandon trend, let’s get you up to speed.
Last week, an NBC “reporter” was interviewing NASCAR race winner Brandon Brown. Mics were clearly picking up a rhythmic chant coming from the bleachers.
It’s pretty obvious what they were chanting even when the sound wasn’t fully audible but to confirm, the sound seemed to zero in on what Brown’s fans were chanting …
And it definitely wasn’t Let’s Go Brandon. Check out the video to see what we mean …
They were obviously chanting “F— Joe Biden” but in true #FakeNews fashion, they get it wrong, obviously intentionally.
But it seems the “reporter’s” “error” only allowed the trend to grow over the course of the last week.
We like this Let’s Go Brandon meme with a supply chain punchline:
On Saturday, the Let’s Go Brandon trend really grew. College football stadiums across the country were enthusiastically showing their support for the race car driver and the 46th President.
It started in the morning during ESPN’s college football pregame show.
— Beverly (New account. Who dis?) (@Bevroley) October 9, 2021
It wasn’t just ESPN, either. Looks like anyone who had a college football pregame show had a Brandon fan in the crowd.
“Let’s Go Brandon” signs popping up on sports TV pic.twitter.com/JfebDLFSXB
— Jewish Deplorable (@TrumpJew2) October 10, 2021
The chants carried into the stadiums and based on these #FJB tweets, the sentiment is shared from shore to shore.
— Jeremy🇺🇸UnitedWeStand💯 (@Vigilant_) October 9, 2021
This one looks like it’s from the Wyoming vs. Air Force game on Saturday.
— #LetsGoBrandon is your cure (@ThatGuyBrian3) October 8, 2021
The Let’s Go Brandon chants for BIden were so loud, they were even heard in a distant galaxy.
— Artist_Angie: Sensei of Sarcasm (@Artist_Angie) October 10, 2021
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