In an epic clash in the SEC, the Georgia Bulldogs handily beat the Florida Gators on Saturday, with Georgia squashing Florida 34-7.
But the game was noteworthy for reasons beside the final score. It had more to do with the president of the United States.
As has become a nationwide phenomena, fans expressed their displeasure for the Biden administration.
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As the game was taking place, fans started chanting “F*** Joe Biden.”
This chant has broken out at many public events since becoming popular over the summer – fans have been chanting “F*** Joe Biden,” but some also chant the viral meme “Let’s Go Brandon,” which is code for the former chant.
Last week, during game two of the World Series, fans hung a giant “Let’s Go Brandon” sign in the stands.
“Let’s Go Brandon” came about as a slogan when an NBC reporter was interviewing NASCAR race winner Brandon Brown. As the crowd loudly chanted “F*** Joe Biden,” the reporter falsely claimed the crowd was chanting “Let’s Go Brandon.”
It became an instant sensation.
President Biden addressed the chant and negative sentiments towards him during a speech in Michigan in early October, where his caravan was met with protesters.
The Political Insider reported, “The president eventually responded to the many Trump supporters who held signs that read ‘F*** Joe Biden,’ ‘Trump won,’ and various other anti-Biden slogans. Trump supporters also held Trump flags and shouted at Biden’s motorcade as he headed to his speaking event.”
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“Notwithstanding some of the signs I saw coming in, that’s why 81 million Americans voted for me,” Biden said. “The largest number of votes in American history, a clear majority are supporting, when they supported me.”
Despite acknowledging the anti-Biden chant in the Michigan speech, a White House claimed to be “unfamiliar” with the “Let’s Go Brandon” chant.
“I had never heard of that chant until you explained it to me,” said White House spokesman Andrew Bates.
But it wasn’t just the college kids in Florida.
Last week, the probably slightly older crowd at Raymond James Stadium, home of the NFL’s Tampa Bay Buccaneers, loudly chanted “Let’s Go Brandon.”
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