How 'Let's Go Brandon' became code for insulting Joe Biden
By COLLEEN LONG Associated Press
WASHINGTON (AP) — Critics of President Joe Biden have come up with a new phrase to insult the Democratic president.
It's "Let's Go Brandon."
The phrase took off after a reporter at a NASCAR race in early October mischaracterized a vulgar three-word chant against Biden as a chant in support of driver Brandon Brown.
Now, Republicans of all stripes — even in Congress — are saying "Let's Go, Brandon" when they want to insult the president without hurling obscenities.
The phrase has been popping up on the House floor, on T-shirts and on signs when the president travels outside Washington.