During Indiana-Rutgers Game, Students Belt Out Viral ‘F*** Joe Biden’ Chant

Over the weekend, college football fans chanted the now popular slogans “F*** Joe Biden” and “Let’s Go Brandon” during the game between Indiana Hoosiers and the Rutgers Scarlet Knights.

The game, which had gained attention when a huge number of fans started stripping down despite the cold temperature, now gained attention for the viral anti-Biden chant.

It’s yet another public example of how dissatisfied so many Americans are with the current White House administration – or at the very least, how Biden’s unpopularity it itself, well, popular.

Here’s the video courtesy of Old Row Sports’ Twitter account:

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‘F*** Joe Biden’ And ‘Let’s Go Brandon’ Chants Continue To Rock The Country

This phenomenon is everywhere and particularly at sporting events, where variations of “F*** Joe Biden” – particularly “Let’s Go Brandon” – have rocked stadiums from coast to coast.

“Let’s Go Brandon” comes from an incident in which an NBC News reporter claimed a very clear and loud “F*** Joe Biden” chant from the crowd was really “Let’s Go Brandon,” in reference to NASCAR driver Brandon Brown, who she was interviewing at the time following his race victory.

Here’s a good example of “F*** Joe Biden” and “Let’s Go Brandon” both being used during the recent Florida Gators and Georgia Bulldogs game:

It’s been happening everywhere – some instances more raucous than others:

A gigantic “Let’s Go Brandon” banner was flown over the Georgia and Missouri football game last week:

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NASCAR Officials Trying To Steer Clear Of Chant: ‘We do not want to associate ourselves with politics, the left or the right’

While “Let’s Go Brandon” began at a professional racing event, NASCAR officials are going out of their way not to get involved in politics.

NASCAR president Steve Phelps told Fox News, “It’s an unfortunate situation, and I feel for Brandon, I feel for Kelli.” Phelps was referring to race car driver Brandon Brown and his wife.

“I think, unfortunately, it speaks to the state of where we are as a country,” Phelps said. “We do not want to associate ourselves with politics, the left or the right.”

The “Let’s Go Brandon” chant started during a race at the Talladega Speedway in Alabama on October 2.


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John Hanson

is a professional writer and editor with over 15 years of experience in conservative media and Republican politics. He has been a special guest on Fox News, Sirius XM, appeared as the guest of various popular personalities, and has had a lifelong interest in right-leaning politics.

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