THE "Let's Go Brandon" meme allows the US to protest the Biden administration without censorship, a former Trump aide has said.
Jason Miller has organized planes with the slogan that went viral after NASCAR driver Brandon Brown won his first Xfinity Series race at Alabama's Talladega Superspeedway on October 2.
During his post-race interview with NBC sports reporter Kelli Stavast, the crowd was heard chanting "F**k Joe Biden" on live air.
Stavast seemingly mishears the chant, claiming the crowd is saying "Let's go Brandon".
"Brandon, you also told me — as you can hear the chants from the crowd, ‘Let’s go, Brandon’ — Brandon, you told me you were gonna kinda hang back those first two stages and just watch and learn," said Stavast at the time of the interview.
Since then, the internet has gone wild with the phrase. Many who are anti-Biden have coined this as their new catchphrase, making merchandise or chanting it at sporting events.
However, GETTR CEO Miller claims that the slogan has a bigger meaning, allowing Americans to protest without "censorship."
Miller told The Sun: "'Let's Go Brandon' captures just how out of touch the mainstream media is with the American people.
"Instead of hearing the chant for what it was — a protest of the failed Biden administration — the NBC reporter went into damage control and spun more fake news.
"'Let's Go Brandon' allows sports fans everywhere to exercise their Constitutional rights to express their opinions, mock the fake news madness, and protest the Biden administration without censorship, which is exactly what they can do on GETTR as well."
Miller decided to fly a plane that had the slogan, alongside "Join Gettr.com" during a Donald Trump rally earlier this month.
Speaking of his decision, Miller added: "We decided to fly the plane because we believe in freedom of speech and when it comes to guerilla marketing, nobody beats GETTR."
Miller is one of many Republicans that has jumped on the Let's Go Brandon trend.
Senator Ted Cruz appeared to take a coded shot at President Joe Biden on Sunday after sharing a video of him chanting "Let's Go Brandon" at a baseball game.
Cruz shared the clip on Twitter yesterday evening, in which he is seen standing next to a Houston Astros fan, who says: "Let's Go, Brandon. Say it. Say it!"
Cruz laughs and pauses to gather himself. He then raises a finger towards the camera and obliges the fan's request.
The video was originally posted to TikTok but Cruz later retweeted the clip on Twitter with a shrugging emoji.
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