Biden Throws a Tantrum After Receiving Cold Reception In Kentucky

Democrat President Joe Biden visited Kentucky where a recent tornado left dozens dead and caused billions of dollars worth of damage. Residents of the state, however, were not so excited to see the embarrassment of a president there.

Biden was greeted with shouts of “Let’s go, Brandon!” and Trump flags after the president stepped out of his motorcade in Mayfield.

Video showed the president’s greeting as he showed face in Kentucky simply for the optics of appearing to care about the American people. At least 88 people were killed, including 74 in Kentucky, when severe storms hit parts of the Midwest and the South over the weekend.

Of course, the Democrats couldn’t let a tragedy go to waste so they pushed the narrative that the deadly storms were somehow caused by climate change, with Biden stating that he was going to task the Environmental Protection Agency with “taking a look at it.”

The “Let’s go, Brandon” phrase hurled at the president during his trip to Kentucky, “became an internet sensation in October after an NBC reporter at a NASCAR Xfinity Series race incorrectly reported that fans in the stands were chanting ‘Let’s Go Brandon’ following a victory by driver Brandon Brown, when they were really shouting, ‘F–k Joe Biden,’” Fox News reported. “It has since become a wildly popular anti-Biden rallying cry, breaking out at concerts, sporting events and even churches.”

NASCAR President Steve Phelps threatened to sue those who use the “Let’s Go, Brandon” slogan on merchandise featuring NASCAR’s trademarks and has condemned the use of the slogan, claiming that NASCAR does not want to be associated with politics.

The Associated Press reported, “Phelps … said NASCAR will pursue action against any illegal use of its trademarks on merchandise boasting the slogan. Retired baseball star Lenny Dykstra posted a photo on Twitter this week of a man eating breakfast at a New Jersey hotel wearing a black “Let’s go, Brandon” shirt alongside NASCAR’s trademarked color bars.”

“We will pursue whoever (is using logos) and get that stuff,” Phelps said. “That’s not OK. It’s not OK that you’re using our trademarks illegally, regardless of whether we agree with what the position is.”

The White House, meanwhile, has pretended that they are not aware of the phrase, with Press Secretary Jen Psaki claiming last month that Biden does not “spend much time focused on” or “thinking about” the “Let’s go, Brandon!” slogan, which has become wildly popular throughout the country.

“The president said when he came into office on Inauguration Day — he said he was going to help get rid of the ‘uncivil war’ in this country. So I guess, through that lens right now, does the president think there are things that he can do differently?” the reporter asked. “Or how does he react to the stuff he sees out there when it is one of his primary promises or desires to help bring Americans together?”

“Well, it takes two to move towards a more civil engagement and discourse in this country and the president is going to continue to operate, as you said, from the promise he made early on, which is that he wants to govern for all Americans,” Psaki claimed.

Author: Sean Gollin