Joe Biden greeted with “Let’s Go Brandon” chants during storm damage tour



Joe Biden showed up in Kentucky today to tour the storm damage and was immediately met with shouts of “Let’s Go Brandon!”:

BREITBART – President Joe Biden was greeted with “Let’s go, Brandon!” chants in Kentucky on Wednesday as he arrived to view the damage caused by last week’s deadly tornadoes.

As Biden exited his motorcade in Mayfield, Kentucky, two people shouted “Let’s go Brandon!” according to reporters on the scene.

The phrase “Let’s go, Brandon!” has become something of a code for opponents of the president to express a “F**k Joe Biden” sentiment, after a reporter misinterpreted the phrase at an October NASCAR race.

Earlier in the day, Biden spoke at a briefing from local leaders in Kentucky about the storm damage.

He pulled his coronavirus mask under his chin to speak, reminding leaders of the importance to come together to help the community rebuild.

“There’s not red tornadoes or blue tornadoes,” he said. “There’s no red states or blue states when this stuff starts to happen.”

It’s true that people need to come together in these times of severe adversity to help the needy. But given how horrible Biden has been as president, even leaving Americans behind in Afghanistan because he was too afraid of the Taliban, it’s absolutely no surprise that people would shout this at the president upon his arrival.

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