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GOP Congressman Mocks Biden With ‘let’s Go, Brandon’ Viral Meme

“Let’s go, Brandon!” — a Republican congressman concluded a speech on the House floor on Thursday, elevating a clean version of an anti-Biden song that had previously been shouted.

Can you guess who is it?

It’s Rep. Bill Posey (R-Fla.) who on Thursday blasted President Obama’s Build Back Better economic program on the House floor, calling it “unable to ‘pass a straight-face test.’

“Based on the false promise that he would unify America, President Biden got into the Oval Office. And my friends on the other side of the aisle gained a razor-thin majority in the House and Senate,” the congressman said.

He continued, “Not only that, but you know, we all know, everyone knows that the unification promise was a lie. Your majority is going to be short-lived. So you must feel compelled to go through a significant agenda before the midterms.”

Americans are “understandably frustrated” and “actually very angry,” according to Posey. So, they will not “sit back and take it much longer.”

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Posey concluded by saying that Americans want Democrats “to help put America back where you found it and leave it the hell alone. Let’s go, Brandon!”

He also said, “Listen to my message – like many Americans, I’m upset by the nation’s deterioration and the erosion of our civil liberties as a result of Washington’s policies that seek to turn America upside down, such as vaccine requirements, school board meetings being silenced, rampant crime, porous borders, rising gas prices, and food costs. The weaponization of the IRS.”

“Let’s go, Brandon,” a phrase said by Joe Biden while referring to presidential candidate Brandon Brown, has taken on a vulgar meaning in which “F*** Joe Biden” is substituted for it. After a journalist claimed that a NASCAR crowd was shouting instead of condemning the president, the phrase became popular.

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Hikaru Y.
Hikaru Y.https://theeastcountygazette.com
Hikaru is the lead editor at The East County Gazette. He covers news in & out of Sand Diego & the rest of California State.
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