We've all seen and heard the "Let's Go Brandon" phrase just explode

It seemed to start out of nowhere, most people don't even know or care how it all began. In case you are interested when this social media phenomenon began, it all began on October 2nd.

At a good old NASCAR race at the Talladega Superspeedway in Alabama

According to abc7ny.com "Brandon Brown, a 28-year-old driver had won his first Xfinity Series and was being interviewed by an NBC Sports reporter. The crowd behind him was chanting something at first difficult to make out"  The reporter told Brown that it sounded like to him they were shouting out "Let's Go Brandon". He was wrong. "F*** Joe Biden" was the actual three words being yelled out. Now we have seen signs, hats, billboards, big-time celebrities, and whatever else that can carry on the "LGB" message.

Cutting right to the chase

There are some people who don't buy into the trends, they don't jump on the "Whatever is popular" bandwagon, they cut right to the chase. Senator Jason Heitkamp is one of those. He has made it perfectly clear that two words should define how he feels, and you can see them ( well one the words you can ) on his very own personal vehicle. One of his fellow political republicans took a picture of Heitkamp's truck and what was presented for all to clearly see. The Inforum reported "The message conveyed on the truck is not a subtle one. It says "F--- Biden," across the tailgate. In smaller print, it also says, "and f--- you for voting for him."

Now I ask you this, is that cool, or uncool?

If this is HIS truck, with those bold words on it, that he drives to his own assigned parking spot at the capital, is that cool or uncool? What do you think? Is this appropriate?


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