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Governor DeSantis explains origin of “Let’s Go Brandon” and coins “Brandon Administration”

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis dubbed the Biden administration the “Brandon administration,” and explained the origins of the latest fad while in West Palm Beach Wednesday.
Cheers and chants of “Let’s go, Brandon” erupted after DeSantis made the joke while speaking at an election integrity press conference in Palm Beach.
“When you look at the Biden — when you look at the Brandon administration,” DeSantis said before being drowned out by cheers and applause.

Governor DeSantis in West Palm Beach yesterday explained how the whole “Let’s Go Brandon” phenomenon began when a driver named Brandon won a NASCAR race and the reporter interviewing him covered up the “F Joe Biden” crowd chant.

The skyrocketing popularity of “Let’s go, Brandon” has spawned T-shirts, coffee mugs and a chart-topping rap song.

DeSantis touched on issues facing conservatives, such as Big Tech, the Republican win in Virginia on Tuesday, and corporations’ “woke agenda.”
DeSantis also says children in Florida will not be forced to get a COVID vaccine, now that it is available to 5-12 year olds.
Palm Beach County schools will make the vaccine available, but won’t lift the mask mandate until November 15th when the policy will shift back to the parental option.