Republicans Using ‘Let’s go Brandon’ in 2022 Midterm Elections

Republicans Using ‘Let’s go Brandon’ in 2022 Midterm Elections

Let's Go Brandon!

James McCool
James McCool
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November 4, 2021

With the 2022 midterm elections just around the corner, many are now anticipating good results for the Republican Party after Democrats lost Virginia’s gubernatorial election in a resounding fashion  However, many were quick to predict this just by seeing the chant, “Let’s go, Brandon,” erupt across the country.  Now, Republicans are running off of the slogan, “Let’s go Brandon!”

During a recent NASCAR event, an NBC reporter purposely masked the crowd’s chant, “F-ck Joe Biden,” with “Let’s go Brandon!”  Ever since then, college football games across the nation have roared with chants of, “F-ck Joe Biden,” but the less vulgar phrase, “Let’s go Brandon,” has become an inside joke amongst Trump voters.

With the joke’s ever-reaching popularity, even getting some young people involved, Republicans now plans to keep the chant alive going into next year’s midterm elections.

The Youtube account titled, “Defend Texas,” posted a video showing a compilation of the widespread nature of the chant, even being covered by Sean Hannity and Tucker Carlson.

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