This past October 2, Brandon Brown had just won a NASCAR race at Talladega and was being interviewed by NBC Sports reporter, Kelli Stavast. The crowd was chanting a vulgar, anti-Joe Biden phrase, which Stavast mistakenly took to be a cheer for Brandon Brown. Since then, the phrase “Let’s go, Brandon!” has spread like wildfire.
Some people try to justify using the phrase by pointing out that liberal entertainers and politicians have publicly said much worse about former president Donald Trump. They assert that the humorous code phrase is not nearly as offensive as chanting the actual vulgar words.
I suppose it all depends on your goals. Are you trying to be just a little bit better than rude, foul-mouthed people? Or are you trying to follow Jesus Christ?
“Follow my example, as I follow the example of Christ.”—1 Corinthians 11:1.