Emotionally Defensive Joe Biden Seems to Respond to ‘Let’s Go Brandon’ and ‘F*** Joe Biden’ Craze

President Joe Biden would like everyone to know that despite his abysmal approval numbers and an ‘F*** Joe Biden’ craze that has gone nationwide, he received the backing of “81 million voters,” thank you very much.

But in Michigan on Tuesday, Biden was ‘greeted’ by a throng of people who do not appear to be among his “81 million” supporters:

There were signs that said “F*** Biden” as well as “Let’s Go Brandon”:

For those who are not in-the-know, “Let’s Go Brandon” refers to a now-famous tagline that originated during Brandon Brown’s Talladega race victory.

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During his post-race interview, an NBC reporter claimed that the loud and perfectly intelligible “F*** Joe Biden” chant was actually a “Let’s Go Brandon!” cheer.

While in Michigan, Joe Biden appeared to respond defensively to the signs that he saw during his motorcade procession to the speaking event:

“What – notwithstanding some of the signs I saw coming in – that’s why 81 million Americans voted for me – the largest number of votes in American history,” he said to a light smattering of applause.

Who’s going to tell him? Just for the record, this is also the same guy who thinks he’s the ‘smartest guy in the room,’ when he’s actually standing outdoors.

Anyway, the past week has seen some of the loudest “F*** Joe Biden” chants yet.

At Sunday’s Jets game, there was a particularly raucous rendition (disclaimer: I happen to be a Jets fan):

There was also a huge “F*** Joe Biden” chat at a Korn/Staind concert.

It’s telling that the loudest anyone has ever cheered for the president is when they were shouting “F*** Joe Biden.”

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