Mainstream media journalists have since treated the phrase as “vulgar” and “vitriol,” going so far as to compare people who use the phrase to ISIS sympathizers.
The pattern continued after reporters identified the man as Jared Schmeck, a former Oregon police officer who has since insisted that the phrase was made “in a joking manner.”
Some outlets, however, appeared to disagree, with titles like NBC’s “Parent uses right-wing slur during Biden call with NORAD Santa tracker” and ABC’s “Father uses vulgar insult during holiday call with President Joe Biden.”
Slate also referred to the phrase as a “right-wing slur” in describing the situation.
There’s now even more to the drama, NASCAR will not allow Brandon Brown to be sponsored by the crypto coin “LGBcoin_io.”
Shortly after the announcement, NASCAR pulled the plug on the car despite already approving the design.
Instead of legal action, Brown’s sponsor has decided to stick their finger in the eye of NASCAR.
In a press release, the company said: “The partnership between Brandon Brown and the pro-America crypto coin will include personal participation in publicity events, videos, crypto conferences, racing-related events and more, though won’t include car decals.”
It is also rumored that NASCAR is preparing to enforce rules banning sponsorships from political organizations.
What is clear is that Biden’s buddies at Xfinity and his friends in the media are doing everything they can to punish anyone who utters the phrase “Let’s Go Brandon.”
What they don’t realize is that it won’t work the phrase is more popular than ever.