NBC Spotlights Gun Dealers Selling ‘Let’s Go Brandon’ Ammo: ‘Right-wing Code for Blasphemy’
NBC has joined the ongoing media panic over chants of “Let’s Go Brandon” by naming a gun dealer for selling merchandise with the viral slogan.
The news site posted an article on Monday titled “Gun Dealers Sell Parts, Ammo Using Anti-Biden ‘Come On, Brandon'” meme, “focusing on a store of South Carolina that sells gun parts related to the phrase.
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“Palmetto State Armory, which operates a 12,000 square foot gun store in Columbia, South Carolina, the state capital, markets a” LETSGO-15 Stripped Lower Receiver, “which is a part intended for to an AR-15 style assault rifle, “wrote Ken Dilanian.
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Dilanian added that “the product description on the company’s website states that the fire selector on the weapon part offers three modes:“ F @ CK! (Safe), ‘JOE!’ (Fire), ‘BIDEN!’ (Fully automatic). “
He noted that the company had not responded to a comment while adding that a “spokesperson for the US secret service, who is investigating threats against the president, declined to comment.”
Various media have attacked or criticized the use of the phrase “Let’s Go Brandon” since an NBC reporter at a NASCAR Xfinity Series race mistakenly stated that crowds were chanting “F — Joe Biden!” were actually shouting “Let’s Go Brandon” for pilot Brandon Brown last month. Since then, critics of President Joe Biden have used “Let’s Go Brandon” as a less vulgar way of expressing their disgust.
However, many media have continued to claim that “Let’s Go Brandon” is just as vulgar as “F — Joe Biden”. The Washington Post has previously called the phrase “vitriolic.”
Some media outlets also lined up to excoriate a pilot over the weekend who allegedly used the phrase on a southwest flight, with a few accusing him of being either a drug addict or a sympathizer of the Islamic state.
Dilanian also described the phrase as a “right-wing code for profanity directed at the president” and also highlighted two other gun stores advertising AR-15 magazines with “Let’s Go Brandon” stickers. .
Dilanian has also written humiliating reviews of the AR-15, describing the firearm as: “Formerly banned by federal law, the AR-15 has become the most popular rifle in America, representing a firearm. out of five purchased each year, according to the National Shooting Sports Foundation. ”
Law enforcement officials said variants of the AR-15 were used in mass shootings at a supermarket in Boulder, Colo., A synagogue in Pittsburgh, a church in Texas, a concert in Las Vegas, a high school in Florida and an elementary school in Connecticut, ”Dilanian said. wrote.
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