Liberals have no sense of humor. That’s why the LGB slogan drives them over the edge. Not only is it a hard hit on Biden, but the genesis of it, a pathetic attempt to cover up voices of the American people, is such a classic move by the leftist establishment media that it makes the case for a slogan that has become a rallying cry. Dan Gainor brings us up to speed.
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Gainor: Three little words. That’s all it took to break the Biden-loving legacy media. Three words. The next thing you know, they’re comparing the phrase to “ISIS,” contacting the Secret Service and demanding a pilot be investigated.
“Let’s go, Brandon.” Hardly, “Give me liberty or give me death.” Or even, “Remember the Alamo!” It’s a simple slogan designed to mock two of the biggest enemies ordinary Americans have — the Biden administration and the liberal media.
The chant had been around for nearly a month when left-wing journalists finally couldn’t take it any longer. One of them actually encountered a live human allegedly saying the magic words. AP crime reporter Colleen Long tweeted about how when “you’re trying to go on vacation and then the pilot says the very thing you’re working on over the loud speaker and you have to try to get him comment but then almost get removed from plane.”
Long admitted she tried to get into the cockpit and “probably sounded insane!” But she’s a journalist and, naturally, that incident was deemed unacceptable to the legacy media. Not her dangerously trying to get into a plane cockpit. No, that’s OK. CNN analyst Asha Rangappa went from Brandon to Isis like a crazy person. “As an experiment, I’d love for an @SouthwestAir pilot to say ‘Long live ISIS’ before taking off,” she tweeted.
Another equally unhinged CNN analyst urged passengers to strike back. “If @SouthwestAir doesn’t do anything, every passenger on that flight has standing to file a complaint with the @FAANews and they should do so,” urged Juliette Kayyem. CNN’s finger-pointing brigade and the rest of the leftist media mob forced Southwest Airlines to apologize. They didn’t force America to stop saying the phrase. They gave it more power.
Yes, the origin of the slogan came from the spontaneous chants of “F— Joe Biden” that dominated sporting events for several weeks. Ordinary Americans weren’t thrilled with the open border sending nearly 2 million more illegal immigrants into our nation during a pandemic. Or maybe they were upset with the Afghanistan disaster that killed 13 U.S. military heroes and stranded American men, women and children in a nation run by rapists and murderers. Or maybe it’s the inflation spiking the price of everything voters buy from gasoline to meat and an administration and leftist journalists who don’t give a damn.