Say what you want about Joe Biden, he has done a dismal job as President over the last ten months as the handling of the border, economy, and COVID-19 have been disastrous. But, through it all, President Biden did keep one promise. On election night, when Biden somehow powered ahead of Trump and won, he promised the American people that he would unify them. And while he may have done it indirectly, President Biden did just that as Americans are being forced to get a vaccine while paying over $3 for a gallon of gas. But remember, this is the land of the free. Still, with his short time in the White House being a crisis in itself, the American people have come together with one voice – “F**K Joe Biden!”
In the past two months, chants like “F**K Joe Biden” and “Let’s Go Brandon” have taken the country by storm. There are currently two songs sitting on Apple’s top charts that are about the chants. Even with the liberal media doing everything they can to curb it and Big Tech claiming it is “bullying,” Americans continue to charge ahead. In the video below, college students in Oxford, Mississippi, decided to join the craze that has been sweeping the NCAA.
But it isn’t just football. The Atlanta Braves, who are on their way to the World Series, were facing the Dodgers when fans decided to start chanting “Let’s Go Brandon.”
— Old Row (@OldRowViral) October 18, 2021
And while news outlets won’t show it on cable, fans have found unique ways to force them to know what America thinks about Joe Biden. During a post-game show for the Astros vs. Red Sox, fans chanted so loud that you couldn’t even hear the announcers who had microphones.
So while Biden might not be the most popular or best President, he did unify America, and for that, “Let’s Go Brandon.”
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