‘Let’s Go Brandon’ wrapping paper sales DOUBLES this holiday season

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The holiday spirit has captured the hearts of many Americans, and for some, that includes the spirit of poking fun at Joe Biden’s insipid leadership of the U.S.

According to a press release from FredomSpeaksUp.com, “Let’s Go Brandon” Christmas wrapping paper sales have doubled from 2021 to 2022, signaling Americans’ unification on their general distaste for the man currently occupying the Oval Office.

As reported by RSBN, the phrase, “Let’s Go Brandon,” is a stand-in phrase for “F*** Joe Biden.” The chant caught fire last year after NASCAR driver Brandon Brown mistakenly thought the crowd at Talladega Speedway was yelling “Let’s Go Brandon” in 2021. Instead, they were yelling, “F*** Joe Biden.”

A firestorm of cheeky products sprang forth as the chant took flight, inspiring songs and jokes, prompting crowds at sports events across the nation to repeat the phrase in comedic solidarity.

Per FreedomSpeaksUp.Com’s statement:

What started as a whim in 2021 resulted in over 500,000 sq.ft. of the novelty wrapping paper sold, over 6000lbs of raw paper.

“This year is going to be double what it was in 2021!” said Seth Weathers, Founder, Freedom Speaks Up.

Weathers continued, “We did approximately $1 million in wrapping paper sales last year. We’re on target to double it this year. This may be the only time Joe Biden has boosted a small business.”

Founder Seth Weathers recently took to Twitter to ask its new CEO and owner, Elon Musk, to end the social media platform’s censorship on the wrapping paper. “Your ads dept is censoring me for running…wait for it: ‘Inappropriate’ Let’s Go Brandon Wrapping Paper ads. [sic] Please free me so I can run these ads!”

Despite the censorship policies of Big Tech, Weathers’ novelty wrapping paper is set to be a huge hit with Americans on Christmas morning.

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