A pastor who supports President Biden said a video of people in a Texas church chanting ‘Let’s go Brandon’ left him heartbroken.
‘Let’s go Brandon,’ for those living under a rock for the past several months, is a euphemism for the more vulgar phrase – ‘F*** Joe Biden.’
The inside joke is the result of NBC Sports reporter Kelli Stavast interviewing NASCAR driver Brandon Brown, who was interrupted with a very clear and vociferous chant of “F*** Joe Biden.”
Stavast tried to tell viewers the crowd was chanting a much more palatable but very incorrect, ‘Let’s go Brandon.’
A video surfaced earlier this month of people at the nondenominational Cornerstone Church in San Antonio chanting the not-so-flattering phrase.
This looks like a GREAT church! https://t.co/Jvwi6vaoVL
— Brigitte Gabriel (@ACTBrigitte) November 15, 2021
Pastor Distraught Over ‘Let’s Go Brandon’ Chant
Church officials told News4SA in San Antonio that the event shown in the video was not an official church gathering but rather an event held by an outside group.
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Pastor Jeremy Coleman says he was tagged so many times on social media regarding the video that he simply had to respond to the controversy.
Coleman described the chant as “a radical conservative rallying cry” and said watching people using a church to chant anti-Biden slogans “was gut-wrenching and heartbreaking.”
“Radical” and “conservative” being antonyms, the pastor seems confused about his views.
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Coleman took to his TikTok account to blast ‘white nationalists’ at the church.
“Churches are meant to be places of unconditional love for your neighbor,” Coleman complained. “I don’t think that that kind of behavior, no matter where you fall on the political spectrum, has any place inside the church.”
“Look, if you’re gonna be a white nationalist cult rally, just say that,” he added. “If you’re gonna be a bigoted political rally, just say that. Don’t call yourself a church.”
There is, of course, nothing “white nationalist” or “bigoted” about disagreeing with, or even insulting, an unpopular – and very white – president.
Churchgoers Chant ‘Let’s Go Brandon’ at San Antonio’s Cornerstone Church pic.twitter.com/rW7Z0TFOBW
— TheLeoTerrell (@TheLeoTerrell) November 15, 2021
Let’s Go Jeremy!
In an interview with ‘The Nonpartisan Evangelical,’ Pastor Jeremy Coleman dubs himself “a bearded, conservative, evangelical pastor from Oklahoma” who voted for President Joe Biden.
Coleman says he voted for Biden because he’s “pretty daggum moderate,” a provable lie you wouldn’t expect from a religious figure.
He refers to Trump supporters as “irrational people that have been buying” his lies.
Hmm … That doesn’t sound like ‘unconditional love,’ does it, Pastor Jeremy?
The phrase ‘Let’s Go Brandon’ has been turning up everywhere, a cultural phenomenon sweeping the nation.
Representative Lauren Boebert taunted far-left ‘Squad’ member AOC with a dress featuring the phrase ‘Let’s Go Brandon’ as she met former President Trump at his Mar-a-Lago resort earlier this month.
— Lauren Boebert (@laurenboebert) November 5, 2021
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