Massachusetts crowd greet Biden with ‘Let’s Go Brandon’ chants

An upset crowd of protesters met President Joe Biden’s motorcade during his visit to Somerset, Massachusetts on Wednesday.

Biden traveled to Massachusetts to discuss his climate change plan, an issue that consistently ranks low on the list of topics American voters consider urgent.

However, Biden’s motorcade was met by a crowd of protesters in Massachusetts who were unhappy with his professional performance as he made his way to his speech.

In one video, local Massachusetts residents can be heard shouting in disapproval at Biden’s motorcade as it travels through the state.

Massachusetts residents chanted “let’s go, Brandon,” which has become a euphemism for “f*ck Joe Biden” among conservatives nationwide. In addition to the chants, the crowd loudly booed the presidential motorcade.

A protester can be seen leaving the presidential motorcade in a sign of disapproval.

“Go home,” shouted some of the local residents. Another resident can be heard calling the presidential motorcade “pieces of shit”.

Other residents protested the president with signs expressing their disapproval. Melissa Terra, a Somerset resident who organized an anti-Biden townspeople group, said protesting the presidential motorcade “is a way for people to say how they feel and let Biden know that some some of us don’t like some of their policies.”

Massachusetts isn’t the only state to greet Biden with the hostile “let’s go Brandon” chant.

In April, a protester holding an Easter bunny head shouted “Let’s go Brandon” at the president during a trip to Seattle.

In January, Biden was greeted with the “let’s go Brandon” chant as his presidential motorcade arrived in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania.

Biden was also met with chants of “let’s go Brandon” when he traveled to Kentucky after a tornado hit the Mayfield area in December.


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