Allegiant passenger boarded flight because 'he was wearing a Let's Go Brandon mask'

Allegiant passenger boarded flight because ‘he was wearing a Let’s Go Brandon mask’

Profanity poking fun at Joe Biden erupted at Talladega Superspeedway in Alabama after Brandon Brown took his first NASCAR Xfinity Series race win.

Shortly after Brown gave his interview after the Xfinity Series race, telling a reporter that his victory was “a dream come true”, the crowds in the stands began to shout loudly in unison, “To hell with Joe Biden.”

NBC Sports reporter Kelly Stavast, who was interviewed, stated that fans were yelling, “Go Brandon!”

Profanity poking fun at Joe Biden erupted at Talladega Superspeedway in Alabama after Brandon Brown took his first NASCAR Xfinity Series race win.

Profanity poking fun at Joe Biden erupted at Talladega Superspeedway in Alabama after Brandon Brown took his first NASCAR Xfinity Series race win.

Shortly after Brown gave his post-race interview, telling a reporter that his victory was a

Shortly after Brown gave his post-race interview, telling a reporter that his victory was a “dream come true”, the crowds in the stands began to shout loudly in unison, “To hell with Joe Biden!”

NASCAR originally posted a video of the interview on Twitter, including a chant, but later deleted the post.

With five laps remaining in the scheduled 113-lap race on the 2.66-mile track due to poor visibility, NASCAR officials called the race.

Brown was ultimately declared the winner as the final warning flag flew with 11 laps remaining, beating driver Brandon Jones on the final scoring lap.

“Daddy, we did it, let’s go!” Brown yelled at the camera during the interview.

Similar chants mocking Joe Biden have been heard at college football games for the second week in a row in stadiums in the southern states.

They came as the president’s approval ratings tumbled following a chaotic evacuation from Afghanistan and his controversial mandate to vaccinate federal employees.

NBC Sports reporter Kelly Stawast (pictured), who conducted the interview, recognized the chants and stated that fans were yelling

NBC Sports reporter Kelly Stawast (pictured), who conducted the interview, recognized the chants and stated that fans were yelling “Go Brandon!”

Brandon Brown celebrates on Victory Lane after winning the NASCAR Xfinity Series auto race on Saturday, October 2, 2021 in Talladega, Alabama.

Brandon Brown celebrates on Victory Lane after winning the NASCAR Xfinity Series auto race on Saturday, October 2, 2021 in Talladega, Alabama.

With five laps remaining in the scheduled 113-lap race on the 2.66-mile track due to poor visibility, NASCAR officials named the race

With five laps remaining in the scheduled 113-lap race on the 2.66-mile track due to poor visibility, NASCAR officials named the race

F*** Joe Biden’s screams echoed through stadiums during games played by Coastal Carolina, Virginia Tech, Auburn, Alabama State, Mississippi State, North Carolina State and Texas A&M.

Twitter users noted that the protest chant – with the simple lyric “F*** Joe Biden” sung between applause – mostly comes from colleges in states where Donald Trump won the 2020 election.

Donald Trump Jr. has explained the pejorative outcry to everything from Biden’s chaotic withdrawal from Afghanistan to new vaccination rules and rising inflation as the economy recovers from the COVID-19 shutdown.

“Honestly, things have gotten so bad that the media can’t cover for him anymore,” Trump Jr. told David Hookstead in an interview with the Daily Caller last month.

A video released by Old Row Sports shows fans at Coastal Carolina University in Conway, South Carolina laughing in the stands as “F*** Joe Biden” chants are heard.

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Chants were chanted over the weekend of September 4 and 11 at various games.

Allegiant passenger boarded flight because 'he was wearing a Let's Go Brandon mask'

In one video, singing interrupted a recording by a group of commentators in a studio above the stadium.

The chants were heard at the Coastal Carolina game against Citadel on September 2 and at the Texas A&M game against Kent State on September 4.

They were heard again on Saturday at games between the states of Mississippi and North Carolina, as well as the states of Auburn and Alabama.

The chant even spread to professional sports, uniting Yankees and Mets fans after Saturday’s game in New York. Video from that day shows fans of both teams singing the lyrics as they leave Citi Field in Queens.

FiveThirtyEight estimates Biden’s September approval rate was 45.8 percent, down significantly from 55 percent on Jan. 25.

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