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Group using TX church breaks out in ‘Let’s Go, Brandon’ chant

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A large group using a Texas church last week broke out in a chant yelling “Let’s Go, Brandon,” an anti-Biden phrase.

If Joe Biden thought he might have trouble already, a group identified as “an outside organization” meeting at a San Antonio, Texas church broke out with the now-infamous “Let’s go, Brandon!” chant that was caught on video and has gone viral, according to Fox News.

News 4 in San Antonio (WOAI) reported the incident occurred at the Cornerstone Church. The event was billed as a “ReAwaken America” conference, held Nov. 11-13. Fox News said it featured presentations by “allies of former President Trump.”

But Oklahoma pastor Jeremy Coleman told WOAI the video was “gun-wrenching and heartbreaking.” He also reportedly described the event on his TikTok account as “a White nationalist cult rally.”

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The chant “Let’s go, Brandon” was born during a broadcast from a NASCAR event featuring an interview with Xfinity Series driver Brandon Brown. When the crowd in the background could be heard chanting, the reporter suggested they were yelling “Let’s go, Brandon!”

In reality, the original chant is “F—Joe Biden.” It has been heard at football games and other gatherings, which the media has tried hard to acknowledge because it undercuts any assertion that the current president is enjoying popularity with the public.

But Biden’s polling numbers are down. Rasmussen’s Daily Presidential Tracking Poll shows 57 percent disapprove of his job performance, while 41 percent approve. Breaking that down, though, only 20 percent of likely voters “strongly approve” of Biden on the job while 50 percent “strongly disapprove,” a 2.5-1 margin.

Rep. Joaquin Castro, a Texas Democrat, wrote on Twitter, “This is not a church service. It’s a political rally. It’s also a prime example of why more people are turned off by and leaving organized religion.”

Church officials reportedly insist this program did not happen during church services.

Video of the event has been seen by more than 2 million viewers on Twitter, Fox said.

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