I suppose the NBC Sports anchor did the best she could, considering the circumstances. She was interviewing Brandon Brown after winning the race at Talladega Superspeedway and so logically, “Let’s Go Brandon” could have been what the crowd was cheering.
It 100,000,000% was not, however. It was very clearly, “Fvck Joe Biden.”
“Oh my God, this is just everything we’ve hoped and dreamed for,” Brown said. “Everything I’ve ever wanted to do is take the trophy home to mom and dad.”
From there, the chant got louder… and the pause she gave was perfect.
“As you can hear the chants from the crowd — ‘Let’s go Brandon,’” the reporter chimed in, pausing in the middle of what she was saying to give the chant time to be fully heard in all of its glory:
Brown did his best to savor the moment after winning the Sparks Energy 300 — even if it fell second to the night’s viral moment. “Oh my God, it’s a dream come true,” he said.
The “Fvck Joe Biden” chant has taken the country by storm. Starting at college football games all over. Fans chanting “Fvck Joe Biden” at stadiums from Tennessee to Alabama to Oxford, Mississippi is quickly becoming the battle cry for football fans across the country as the citizens of this country continue to show disobedience to the great Emporer and his presidency.
It has also moved into the baseball community, where New Yorkers chanted “Fvck Joe Biden” the last two weekends.
It has been a tough couple weeks for Mr. Biden as approval rating continues to plummet.
The public trust in how he is handling Covid is now dropping faster than Urban Meyer jokes.
He is getting boo’d at the Congressional Baseball Game. Even Arron Lewis (formerly of Staind) is dropping ‘Fvck Joe Biden’ chants.
Musicians taking sides against politicians is nothing new, though the pro-conservative angle gets far less press than the anti-conservative alternative. A slew of bands thought they were fighting the good fight by standing up to Trump, but now that the balance of power has shifted, it seems as if the quiet majority is getting more vocal, at least on stage.
At any rate… Let’s Go Brandon… wulp, that ain’t it.