A conservative apparel and accessories company is working overtime this holiday season, thanks to the staggering unpopularity of President Joe Biden, whose catastrophic policies have ravaged the nation.
Bring Ammo, which rolled out its anti-Biden “Let’s Go Brandon” wrapping paper in mid-November, said orders have skyrocketed during the past four weeks.
“We’ve never seen anything like this, thanks Joe!” Bring Ammo founder Seth Weathers said in a news release.
Weathers, a GOP political strategist, said the comical wrapping paper started out as a joke, but then quickly snowballed into an unexpected trend.
“Since launching, we’ve printed over 260,000 sq.ft. of Let’s Go Brandon Wrapping Paper,” Weathers wrote. “That’s enough to completely cover 6 NFL football fields. That’s wild.”
The demand has been so off-the-charts that it’s keeping a family-owned Georgia print facility busy around the clock, Weathers said.
This is not the first time that Bring Ammo unveiled a viral product. Several months ago, the company launched a “Fauci the Clown” T-shirt.
Bring Ammo’s “Fauci the Clown” car stickers are currently sold out.
The company sells other popular anti-Biden merchandise, including baseball caps, Christmas ornaments, sweatshirts, blankets and coffee mugs.
“We’re having fun with the snowflakes and we’re putting money in our local community, that makes for a very Merry Conservative Christmas,” Weathers said.
Happy customers shared photos of their “Let’s Go Brandon” wrapping paper and other merchandise on Twitter.
“Best wrapping paper ever!” one man tweeted.
— KenjieSays (@KenjieSays) December 7, 2021
A female Trump supporter tweeted: “Best part? It’s made in the USA!”
Be legendary this Christmas with Let’s Go Brandon Wrapping Paper! 🎁 Best part? It’s made in the USA! pic.twitter.com/Q4KRLNwAWs
— Annette (@JohnJnich001) November 24, 2021
One guy joked that his wife wouldn’t let him put a “Let’s Go Brandon” ornament on their Christmas tree, so he proudly displayed it on his end table.
Wife wouldn’t let me put on the good tree. pic.twitter.com/qhbMyRzVx1
— 🇺🇸 Jeremiah Donaldson 🇺🇸 (@JeremiahDonal16) December 1, 2021
One lady said her parents love the “Let’s Go Brandon” ornament so much that they hang it on their chandelier, “to be sure everyone can see it.”
Thank you @BringAmmo ! My parents favorite ornament! They wanted to be sure everyone can see it…that silly Christmas tree just wasn’t a good enough display! 😂Merry Christmas! 🎄🎁 pic.twitter.com/reBLIA5eou
— ❤️🤍💙Kristi, RN💙🤍❤️ (@nursemom_06) December 7, 2021
“Let’s Go Brandon” is a euphemistic way of saying “F*** Joe Biden!”
The slogan became a viral nationwide trend in October after an NBC reporter disingenuously described the chant “F*** Joe Biden!” emanating from the crowd at a NASCAR race as “Let’s Go Brandon.”
At the time, the reporter was interviewing NASCAR champ Brandon Brown.
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— 𝕄𝕣.𝕄𝕦𝕘𝕖𝕟🎅🏻 (@iam_mugen) October 3, 2021
The mantra quickly became a popular meme and has since been chanted at countless college football games and other events.
NASCAR driver Matt DiBenedetto says “Let’s Go Brandon!” pic.twitter.com/KmYLMVmmPt
— The Post Millennial (@TPostMillennial) November 8, 2021
“Another Let’s go Brandon chant breaks out.
This time at the Oklahoma State football game.” – Mainstream Media probably pic.twitter.com/blaZyTL9KJ
— Dennis Dunham (@DennD68) October 3, 2021
The trend continues! Chants and signs of “Let’s go Brandon!” have joined the trend of “F*** Joe Biden!” chants across college stadiums. pic.twitter.com/ayVi3dIFAT
— NewsBusters (@newsbusters) October 12, 2021
The “Let’s go Brandon” chants are taking college bars by storm pic.twitter.com/TU3KMIYo4p
— Total Frat Move (@totalfratmove) October 14, 2021
The hilarious mantra even spawned a No. 1 iTunes song.
They opened a Let’s Go Brandon store in North Attleborough, MA pic.twitter.com/Myc5yGYHgR
— Jewish Deplorable (@TrumpJew2) December 5, 2021
The startling popularity of the chant underscores how deeply unpopular Biden is — and his plunging approval ratings affirm this.
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