America’s most popular president (sarcasm) is so despised by real-life humans (as opposed to the voting machines that “elected” him) that several of the top songs on iTunes right now are “Let’s Go Brandon!” rap songs.
In the screenshot below, which was taken by yours truly, notice that the number one search term on iTunes at the time it was taken is “lets go brandon.” After clicking it, at least half a dozen songs called “Let’s Go Brandon!” appear.
This writer’s personal favorite of the bunch is the rap by Bryson Gray, who as we reported had the music video for his “Let’s Go Brandon!” rendition censored and removed by YouTube.
Fortunately for him, Brighteon.com does not censor. You can watch Gray’s video below (don’t worry, it’s clean; he and fellow rapper Tyson James, also featured in the video, are both Christians):
What makes Gray’s video really unique are the lyrics, which address everything from the plandemic scam to the politician “demons” that keep us all in a perpetual state of tyranny. Here’s a sampling of some of his lyrics:
“Market ’bout to crash, this is what you chose. Ruinin’ the country, I think that’s the goal. You gon’ take the mark, I take narrow roads. I’m a man of God, I can never fold.”
This writer’s favorite part of the song is when James starts rapping. Speaking directly to Joe Biden, James warns that he had better keep his dirty hands to himself because “that stuff is weird, man.”
“I wish I could take you in the back, play smear the queer, man. You could take the vax, I fear God, I don’t fear man,” James says.
James goes on to say that he is already “on gear ten,” and “we ready to rumble.”
“The only play that Joe can execute is a fumble (facts). Think we all know he’s out to lunch, that dude went campin’. I’m a Christian, so how do I say this? Let’s go, Brandon!”
Somehow, this all amounts to “medical misinformation,” according to YouTube. Hilariously, Gray and James’ rap still reached the top spot, even edging out Adele’s “Easy On Me.”
If this goes anything like the 2020 election did, chances are that iTunes will still declare Adele the winner, even though Gray and James are the true winners in terms of popularity (sound familiar?).
Several other “Let’s Go Brandon!” songs also made the top of the iTunes chart, including Loza Alexander’s version which hit number four and number two. Godz Child also did a remix of Alexander’s version that hit number eight on the iTunes chart.
In case you missed it, the “Let’s Go Brandon!” meme was created on October 2 when Kelli Stavast was interviewing NASCAR driver Brandon Brown after he won the Sparks 300, a NASCAR Xfinity Series race held at the Talladega Superspeedway in Alabama.
As the interview was taking place, people in the crowd were chanting in the background, “F*** Joe Biden!” Stavast, unsure about how to respond, claimed to viewers that the chant was “Let’s Go Brandon!” because it sounded similar.
Since that time, “Let’s Go Brandon!” is appearing everywhere from the media to entertainment to even politics, as Rep. Bill Posey (R-Fla.) was heard saying it recently on the House floor.
“They think if they hide stuff we’ll forget about their evil agenda,” wrote a commenter at Natural News about YouTube’s attempted censorship of Gray and James’ music video. “Not a chance, clowns.”
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