Joe Biden is a thin skinned politician who can’t stand being criticized.
His failing regime makes him an easy target.
And Biden was furious when a red state signed off on these six letters.
Joe Biden is on way to being one of the worst Presidents in history.
Americans are sick and tired of the destruction his policies are inflicting and turned to using “Let’s Go Brandon” as a way to thumb their nose at Biden and the corporate-controlled media who props him up.
“Let’s Go Brandon” has swept the nation almost from the moment everyone heard the infamous words from a NBC reporters.
It’s appeared everywhere from chants at sporting events to apparel, wrapping paper and even cryptocurrency.
The Left has been seething at how popular this hilarious jab against Biden has become.
In Alabama, Nathan Kirk wanted to have some fun with showing his disapproval of Biden.
He ordered custom Gadsden Flag license plates with the “Don’t Tread on Me” on them.
The custom lettering on his plates is “LGBFJB.”
This stands for “Let’s Go Brandon” and “Forget Joe Biden.”
Alabama approved his license plates and everything appeared to be set.
But months after receiving the plates, he received a letter from the state.
It said, “The Alabama Department of Revenue, Motor Vehicle Division, has determined the above referenced license plate contains objectionable language which is considered by the Department to be offensive to the peace and dignity of the State of Alabama.”
The letter ordered him to return the plates within 10 days or face fines up to $1000 and the suspension of his truck’s registrations.
Kirk argued that the “F” in “FJB” didn’t in fact stand for a curse word.
He said it stood for “forget” and that the state didn’t have any way to prove otherwise on his intent.
Now, the state has reversed its decision and is letting Kirk keep his license plates.
They apologized to him “for any inconvenience this may have caused.”
Kirk said, “I see it as a goofy tag. Not like I was just throwing a fit that somebody told me I couldn’t do something, it was the principle is what I was fighting for.”
Alabama has a rule on vanity plates using profanity or vulgar euphemisms.
But as Kirk pointed out, they don’t know the intent behind the “F” he used on the plate.
A series of letters is hardly grounds for canceling a license plate for vulgarity.
The likely culprit was an angry Biden supporter working in state government who was furious at Kirk’s hilarious plates.
After his plate’s rejection made national news, someone stepped in and overruled the seething Biden fan.
To hammer home his criticism, Kirk added a plate cover with “Let’s Go Brandon” on it.
With America stuck with Biden, “Let’s Go Brandon” will continue to leave the Left fuming.
Stay tuned to Unmuzzled News for any updates to this ongoing story.