American News Dec 5, 2021 3:52 PM EST

'Let's Go Brandon' store opens in Massachusetts

A "Let's Go Brandon" store has just opened up in North Attleborough, Massachusetts, selling merchandise with the anti-Biden slogan.

'Let's Go Brandon' store opens in Massachusetts
James Anthony Montreal QC

A "Let's Go Brandon" store has just opened up in North Attleborough, Massachusetts, selling merchandise with the anti-Biden slogan.

The store, located on North Washington Street, is selling products such as hats, t-shirts, stickers, and signs with the "Let's Go Brandon" phrase emblazoned.

Other signs for sale say, "When I Die, Don't Let Me Vote Democrat" and "The Second Amendment Is My Gun Permit," according to local outlet WJAR.

"Let's Go Brandon," pro-Second Amendment, and Back the Blue merchandise have become a conservative trend across America, angering pundits on the left.

"My wife told me there was a 'let's go Brandon' store in our area. I finally spotted it while out driving tonight. That's…sad. But those 'support the police' signs, as @jameshohmann points out in today's @washingtonpost , are warning sign for Democrats," tweeted Tom Nichols, a contributing writer at The Atlantic.

The growing "Let's Go Brandon" phenomenon started on Oct. 2, when NASCAR fans started chanting "F*ck Joe Biden" at an Xfinity Series race in Alabama. An NBC Sports reporter claimed the roaring crowd was chanting "Let's Go Brandon" instead, after 28-year-old driver Brandon Brown won.

The trend continues to grow and strengthen, with even prominent politicians such as Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) and Governor Ron DeSantis (R-FL) joining.

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