The most visible indication of the growing hatred for the regime’s current leaders is the spread of the “Let’s Go Brandon” chant and its more obscene counterpart.
The chant has been widely embraced as a symbol for how tired people are of state and private regulations, the tedious web of rules that governs all of social and private life.
It also suggests irritation with the brazen gaslighting of media elites in their efforts to paint an overly rosy picture of failed leftist policies.
Despite the drastic steps taken by media elites and federal governments to enforce niceness, the Biden administration claims to have not heard of the chant.
Andrew Bates, a spokesperson from the White House, told The Washington Post that it was news to him.
“I had never heard of that chant until you explained it to me,” Bates said. “I guess I’m not spending enough time on 8chan or whatever,” he added, desperately trying to downplay the obvious popularity of the phrase.
Bates’ claim to have never heard of the chant seems to be a strategy to dismiss it as a small part of a larger far-right conspiracy theory rather than an extraordinarily popular chant.
The Biden administration is remarkably tone-deaf if it remains unfamiliar with the chant.
The song variations of the chant have topped iTunes charts in recent weeks, and hundreds of thousands of college football fans have chanted it on a weekly basis.
“Let’s Go Brandon” has led to the creation of two songs that are now the first and third most downloaded on iTunes.
The first is rapper Bryson Gray’s song mocking Biden, sandwiching Adele’s latest single with the third place “Let’s Go Brandon” by Loza Alexander.
Biden and his administration also seem to have lost their memories. President Biden even addressed the chant over the weekend when visiting Michigan.
Witnessing chants and signs first-hand, Biden addressed the chant in Howell, MI when he was met by a barrage of “Let’s Go Brandon” and “F*** Joe Biden” signage.
In response he simply pointed to his humble Scranton origins, his record-breaking popularity, and his success in the 2020 election.
“They said it was time to build an economy that looks out from Scranton, Pennsylvania — where I grew up as a kid — instead of looking down from Wall Street,” Biden said, “notwithstanding some of the signs that I saw — that’s why 81 million Americans voted for me, the largest number of votes in American history.”
After Biden’s speech, Rep. Elissa Slotkin, D-MI, lamented “Let’s Go Brandon” as a symbol of the decline of civility in American political discourse.
“What I think was really disappointing was the profanity and the sort of really over-the-top, heinous things that people wrote on signs, just blocks from a school,” Slotkin, whose party promotes vulgar sexual education in schools, said.
“And I think it reflects that there is a strain in the country right now of people who are angry and they’ve sort of lost their decency and civility,” Slotkin added.