Once again, crowds broke out in a hardy chant of “F*** Joe Biden” over the weekend. This time it happened at a Trump rally in Iowa, as well as the Arkansas-Ole Miss game. The chant has really taken off in popularity ever since a reporter for a liberal news network seemingly mistook the chant during a NASCAR race as “Let’s Go Brandon,” which has turned the whole thing into an internet meme.
In fact, it’s inspired a brand new song that has officially gone viral.
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A plane pulled a “Let’s go Brandon” banner at President Donald Trump’s rally. “Join Gettr.com,” it read , advertising former Trump aide Jason Miller’s social media company geared toward conservatives.
Another plane was spotted carrying the same message in Auburn, Alabama.
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And now a “Let’s Go Brandon” song has soared into internet infamy thanks to a TikTok post that has brought in over 33,000 likes.
The tune, which went viral in under 12 hours, features rap lyrics “You know what they sayin'” as opposing chants of “Let’s go Brandon” and “F*** Joe Biden” play in the background. The creator is alluding to the misunderstanding at the Talladega NASCAR event, where a CBS News sports reporter interviewed driver Brandon Brown post-race.
This is a trend that should never, ever die. Like ever.