As Georgia defeated Missouri in a Southeastern Conference football game on Saturday, a banner bearing the slogan of the moment appeared in the sky over Athens, Georgia.
“Let’s go Brandon,” the banner read, giving anyone in the stands something to look at for Missouri other than their team during a 43-6 loss to the Bulldogs.
#FJB #UGA #SecFootball #conservative #letsgobrandon #Laughter #AmericaFirst @OldRow_Georgia pic.twitter.com/NjJVYGntGI
— Old Row (@OldRowViral) November 6, 2021
At the end of the banner are the words “Join Gettr.com,” a new social media platform whose website says it is “founded on the principles of free speech, free thought and rejection of political censorship and cancel culture.” “
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For anyone who’s been living under a rock for the past month, “Let’s Go Brandon” entered our lexicon after a NASCAR race at Talladega Superspeedway in Alabama in early October.
Race winner Brandon Brown was interviewed by an NBC reporter who said that people in the background were yelling, “Come on Brandon.” The crowd shouted, “F*** Joe Biden.”
Even the White House claimed ignorance of the phrase, which has since become ubiquitous in everything from decorations to the clothes worn by Colorado Republican Rep. Lauren Bobert. . (It may still contradict the chants of Trump supporters during the 2016 election campaign, referring to then-Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton.)
Is the movement coming to an end? I’m very skeptical,” David Hookstead wrote for the Daily Callers when he mentioned her heavenly appearance.
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“Ten weeks into the college football season and chants, signs and banners seem to be becoming more common,” he wrote.
“Let’s see how many chants and hints we get the rest of the season, but I’d be willing to bet a lot of money that we see a lot.”
In an op-ed in the New York Post, Selena Zito said that Pompous is missing the point.
“Like most pure movements in American political history, it’s a disorganized one. It’s voluntary, quite humorous, but it also gives people — who often feel like they’re a joke — in social media and the press. are on the wrong end of – the ability to be part of something bigger than themselves,” he wrote.
“‘Let’s Go Brandon’ signs have also begun to replace Trump posters left over from last year’s election, making two points loud and clear: 1) Those who believe MAGA’s message are doomed; There won’t be, and 2) they can change their slogan for changing times.”
Bill Bretz, chairman of the Westmoreland County Republican…