On Wednesday, when President Biden visited Somerset, Massachusetts, an angry crowd of demonstrators greeted his car.
Mr. Biden traveled to Massachusetts to promote his plan for addressing climate change, a problem that has consistently finished near the bottom of voters’ concerns.
Biden’s motorcade was, however, met by a group of protesters in Massachusetts en route to his speech, who was furious with his job performance.
Residents of Massachusetts can be heard shouting in protest as Joe Biden’s motorcade passed through the state.
The Massachussetsans chanted “let’s go, Brandon,” which has since become a popular phrase among conservatives nationwide to express their dislike for Joe Biden. The crowd booed loudly at the president’s motorcade in addition to the shouts.
In response, a protester flips off the presidential motorcade in disgust.
“Get out of here,” yelled some of the neighborhood locals. “Crapmobile,” says another resident as the presidential motorcade approaches.
Residents displayed their disagreement with the president by displaying signs that expressed their dissatisfaction. Melissa Terra, a resident of Somerset who organized an anti-Biden group, said demonstrating against the presidential motorcade is a means for people to voice their opinions and let Biden know that some of his decisions are unwelcome.
Biden has also been greeted with the unfriendly “let’s go Brandon” chant in other states.
One protester sporting an Easter Bunny head yelled “Let’s go, Brandon,” at the president during a visit to Seattle in April.
When Biden was in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, in January, the crowd greeted him with the “let’s go Brandon” chant.
When Joe Biden visited Kentucky after a twister hit the Mayfield region in December, he was greeted with shouts of “let’s go Brandon.”
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