In yet another example of the American public’s disenchantment with the current presidency of Old Uncle Joe as his poll numbers rapidly drop, the current owner of the Let’s Go Brandon store chain, that is popping up all over New England, is yet again expanding its total number of stores from eight to ten.
In a statement given to Fox Business, Keith Lambert, the owner of the chain, stated that the new stores will be found in Cape Cod and Salisbury, Massachusetts. Lambert went on to say, “A customer came into one of our locations and bought a Let’s Go Brandon sticker and went out to his car and stuck it over his Biden sticker. And that was it, he was just like, ‘I’m done with this guy.’ People have buyer’s remorse. Business is very, very good right now.”
Originally, the name for Lambert’s stores was New England for Trump, but he has since rebranded his store out in Hanson, Massachusetts, and then went on to repeat this rebranding with his other store out in North Attleboro and then took steps to change the names of all of the other locations, also located in Massachusetts, and then rebranded the remaining stores in Bellingham, East Bridgewater, Easton, Somerset, and Warwick, Rhode Island.
In statements made to Fox Business, Lambert said that he has received death threats through the mail. He went on to add, “For the most part, it hasn’t been bad. don’t take them seriously.”
When mentioning Biden, Lambert stated that “His decision-making is not good. I don’t think he’s doing the job that he should be doing, and I’m not happy with it, just like a lot of other people are not happy with it.”
The well known “Let’s Go Brandon” meme was first created back in early October when a sports reporter for NBC, who was interviewing NASCAR driver Brandon Brown at Talladega Superspeedway in Alabama after Brown scored his first career NASCAR Xfinity Series win, made a statement on video that the crowd was chanting “Let’s go, Brandon!” when the group was actually chanting “F*** Joe Biden.”
— Donald Trump Jr. (@DonaldJTrumpJr) October 3, 2021
yeah that’s not what they’re yelling pic.twitter.com/gd5zTu1yAU
— Jessica O’Donnell (@heckyessica) October 3, 2021
As written by NBC Sports in its coverage of Brown’s win:
Brandon Brown earned his first career NASCAR Xfinity Series win when Saturday’s race at Talladega Superspeedway was called for darkness six laps from the scheduled distance.
“Oh my God! Oh my God!” Brown said on his team’s radio. “Wow! Just wow! Oh my God! This is a dream come true! This is a dream come true!”
Brown’s victory came in his 114th career series start.
In comments to NBCSN, Brown said, “Oh my God, dad, we did it!! Everything we hoped and dreamed for. Everything I wanted to do is take the trophy home to mom and dad.”
The meme expanded rapidly over the next few days and, in mid-October when asked by the race announcer to “help kick this thing off” at the NAPA Super DIRT Week Pro Stock 50 event at Oswego Speedway, one young fan, alongside another young boy and a young girl, quickly tacked on “Let’s Go, Brandon” after the small group chanted “Drivers, start your engines.”
"Drivers, start your engines… LET'S GO BRANDON" pic.twitter.com/y2HUtESThe
— The Post Millennial (@TPostMillennial) October 12, 2021
In just a scant week and a half later, Ken Paxton, the Texas GOP Attorney General, put forth an announcement that his state would be joining Missouri in efforts to file suit against the administration of Old Uncle Joe, exclaiming to the excited crowd that he desired to tell Biden, “Let’s go, Brandon! We’ll see you in court.”
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