Maskless Biden Gets Booed While Appearing at Baseball Game — ‘F*** Joe Biden’ Chants Go Nationwide

Joe Biden was booed as he appeared to near the Republicans’ dugout at the Congressional baseball game.

Considering the game was held in Washington D.C., Biden managed to receive some scattered cheers from members of the crowd.

Biden hugged Speaker Nancy Pelosi, who was in attendance. Neither were wearing masks.

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Multiple crises now face America: The border is in complete shambles, the debt ceiling is approaching, a $3.5 trillion budget (that the administration claims costs $0) is looming, and Covid is spreading despite a majority of Americans being ‘fully vaccinated.’ Meanwhile, Biden is taking numerous vacatinos and attending sports games.

At other sports venues, music venues and bars across the country, there have been many reports of “F—— Biden” chants becoming a trend.

The chant has been sung at MetLife stadium in New Jersey, Newsweek reports, during a game between the New York Jets and the Tennessee Titans.

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The chants have previously been heard at a college football game such as the Coastal Carolina Chanticleers game against the Citadel Bulldogs and a Alabama State Hornets match against the Auburn Tigers.

It was also heard at the Ryder Cup as fans celebrated the U.S. team’s 19-9 victory over the Europeans on September 25.

On Saturday, NBC Sports reporter Kelli Stavast mistakenly thought the chant, which was heard during a live broadcast, was praising NASCAR driver Brandon Brown following his victory at the Talladega Superspeedway in Alabama.

While speaking to Stavast about his win, Brown said: “Oh my God, this is just everything we’ve hoped and dreamed for. Everything I’ve ever wanted to do is take the trophy home to mom and dad.”

Stavast then replies: “Brandon you also told me…As you can hear the chants from the crowd—’Let’s go Brandon,'” while pausing to let the “f**k Joe Biden” chant play out.

Stavast then quickly asks another question to Brown after the explicit chant was broadcast.