WATCH: “F**K JOE BIDEN” Chant Starts At Talladega Superspeedway, Reporter Falsely Claims They Were Shouting Something Else (VIDEO)

It started last month at college football games, it happened at Kid Rock’s bar in Nashville and it happened again at Talladega.

Chants of “F*** Joe Biden” poured down from the stands at Talladega Superspeedway in Alabama after Brandon Brown won the race for the first time in the NASCAR Xfinity Series.

It was during Brown’s post-race interview when anti-Biden chanting erupted. After Brown informed a reporter that his win was a “dream come true,” the audience erupted in applause, expressing their dissatisfaction with the president in a loud and unified manner.

The shouts were acknowledged by the reporter, who stated that the crowd was chanting “Let’s go, Brandon!”

Initial postings of the video included the chant, but NASCAR subsequently removed the footage from their Twitter account.

A request for comment from Fox News was not immediately returned by NASCAR, which did not immediately respond to the request for comment.

Due to low visibility, NASCAR officials decided to stop the race with five laps left in the planned 113-lap event at the 2.66-mile racetrack in Daytona. A final yellow flag fell with 11 laps left in the race, and Brown was named the race’s leader. Brandon Jones, a playoff driver, was beaten by Brown on the final scoring loop.

“Dad, we did it, let’s go!” says the group. During the interview, Brown shouted something at the camera.

Sports events throughout the United Regions, mostly in southern states, have heard the cry “F—- Joe Biden.” It is particularly common during college football games when tens of thousands of supporters fill stadiums in violation of the Biden administration’s stringent coronavirus restrictions.

Sports events throughout the United Regions, mostly in southern states, have heard the cry “F—- Joe Biden.” It is particularly common during college football games, when tens of thousands of supporters fill stadiums in violation of the Biden administration’s stringent coronavirus restrictions.

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