Although Big Tech tried to censor the popular song “Let’s Go Brandon” from artist Bryson Gray, the hit was still able to climb to number one on iTunes charts.
And it did it by knocking off Adele, who has sold more than 120 million records in her career.
But even with YouTube and Instagram banning the video, Americans still found a way to make their voices heard as the song continues to gain traction, with several other “Let’s Go Brandon” versions already being added to streaming platforms. To show his appreciation and love for America, Bryson Gray surprised members of an Arizona rally on Sunday night seeking to free the political prisoners of the Capitol Hill riot.
With Big Tech working alongside the Democrats, YouTube banned Gray’s song for supposedly violating the medical disinformation policy. They signaled out one line where Gray rapped, “Let’s Go Brandon, The Pandemic ain’t real they just planned it.” But again, that didn’t stop the song from going viral as Americans continue to fight for their voices to be heard. It should also be noted that while YouTube banned the song, the highly provocative WAP can still be watched.
As for the rally, the Arizona Patriots were holding the event to support the Capitol Hill protesters who the Democrats have targeted. As you can see in the video below, Kelvin J, Bryson Gray, and Tyson James decided not only to add their support but prove that conservatives know how to party.
This piece was written by Jeremy Porter on October 26, 2021. It originally appeared in RedVoiceMedia.com and is used by permission.
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