SICK: NASCAR Stabs USA In Back… Rejects ‘Let’s Go Brandon’ Sponsorship

(Patriot Insider) – Well, it was only a matter of time before NASCAR decided to join the woke brigade and turn its back on the very core fans that actually made it a successful sport here in the United States.

According to a report from the Western Journal, NASCAR has officially rejected a new proposed sponsorship of driver Brandon Brown due to the fact that it is based on the very popular “Let’s Go Brandon” chant that insults the presidency of Joe Biden.

Brown is actually, sort of, the reason for the whole slogan having become a thing, though it was totally by accident. The driver got a taste of fame back in October of 2021 when he was being interviewed after his first career win NASCAR’s Xfinity Series and the fans behind him started to chant “F*** Joe Biden.”

A reporter who works for NBC and was interviewing him said they were chanting “Let’s Go Brandon,” in an effort to spin things away from looking negative for Biden.

According to the report, Brown capitalized on the new craze by making an announcement that he would be doing a sponsorship deal with the cryptocurrency company LGBcoin back on Dec. 30.

“Having the financial support of LGBcoin is incredible, especially at such a pivotal time in our team’s growth as we work to build to the next level of competition,” he went on to say in a statement.

“From wondering if we would have the financial means to continue to compete, to my first major win (at Talladega no less), to becoming an unintentional meme, this past season was a rollercoaster,” Brown continued. “The support of sponsors like LGBcoin empowers us to be as competitive as possible and I’m looking forward to competing hard on the track in 2022.”

“On Tuesday, however, NASCAR told Brown’s team that despite what appeared to be an initial approval last month, the sponsorship was denied, according to The Washington Post,” WJ stated.

“The Post quoted a NASCAR official it did not name as saying that in November, when discussions about the potential sponsorship were taking place, NASCAR would not allow any image or reference to the chant,” the report added.

The official then said the decision reached on Tuesday was not a reversal because it was actually the first time any official ruling from NASCAR was issued.

However, contrary to the claim by NASCAR that the matter has been totally settled, James Koutoulas, LGBcoin investor and Typhoon Capital Management founder has other thoughts.

“So now it’s war,” Koutoulas posted in a series of tweets.

It’s been reported by Racing News that Koutoulas might end up filing a lawsuit against NASCAR.

Last month, Brown shared his thoughts concerning the chant that bears his name.

“I hear them, even if Washington does not,” he stated in a Newsweek opinion piece.

The NASCAR driver then said he’s spent a lot of time during the last few weeks trying to figure out exactly why the chant grew to be so popular. After giving it a lot of thought, he said he came to understand the slogan went viral as a way for struggling Americans to express their anger and disgust at the horrible condition of our country right now.

“I understand that millions of people are struggling right now and are frustrated. Struggling to get by and struggling to build a solid life for themselves and their families, and wondering why their government only seems to make it worse,” he stated in the piece. “People have a right to frustration — even anger.”

Brown pointed out that he’s not an activist, but a race car driver.

He then stated he has “no interest in leading some political fight. I race cars. I am not going to endorse anyone, and I am certainly not going to tell anyone how to vote.”

“I’m also no longer going to be silent about the situation I find myself in, and why millions of Americans are chanting my name. I hear them, even if Washington does not,” Brown said.

According to this report, a father named Jared Schmeck pranked Joe Biden during a Christmas Eve phone call tracking Santa through NORAD, where he finished the conversation by saying, “Let’s Go Brandon.”

“Once I realized it was on global television, I was pretty surprised, and I have to say I thought it was pretty darn funny. We had a really good laugh about it,” Schmeck said.

Schmeck agreed with Brown’s assessment that this chant is all about having a voice to express his “disapproval of this man and his administration.”



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