President Biden traveled to Kentucky on Wednesday to take a look at some of the devastation caused by deadly tornadoes that ravaged large swaths of several states Friday night/Saturday morning:
President Joe Biden walked through the battered remains of Mayfield, Kentucky, to get a first-hand view of the destruction wrought by one of the deadliest tornado outbreaks in recent U.S. history https://t.co/17cP1jMVab pic.twitter.com/YuLzgzHpNW
— Reuters (@Reuters) December 15, 2021
A BBC reporter was among journos on the scene, and she didn’t seem to like what she saw and heard after Biden arrived:
I’m with the president in Mayfield. Looking at destruction. There is a Trump flag and when Biden got out of the motorcade someone called: “Let’s go, Brandon.” They said it twice. https://t.co/5RuLK62O2Q pic.twitter.com/XTWtXE6ASu
— Tara McKelvey (@Tara_Mckelvey) December 15, 2021
That’s certainly not the worst thing that’s happened in that area, but “journalists” are gonna journalism.
Hopefully you'll get through this trying time. https://t.co/HTxHEj0IlJ
— Stephen L. Miller (@redsteeze) December 15, 2021
Imagine going to a disaster zone and thinking you’re the victim https://t.co/mX3kk9rsas
— Angela Morabito (@AngelaLMorabito) December 15, 2021
“They said it twice.” https://t.co/uADgN9HelD
— Sean Davis (@seanmdav) December 15, 2021
Does three times get people put on some kind of a list?
If they dared say it 3 times, you know who would have appeared? Mayor Beetlejuice! pic.twitter.com/W8bNk5fImI
— Tony FJB Bruno (@TonyBrunoShow) December 15, 2021
They thought the tornado was bad, but then someone said "Let's go, Brandon" and eclipsed the horror. https://t.co/jz7RHLfRWR
— Ian Haworth (@ighaworth) December 15, 2021
Genius in our midst. 😂😂https://t.co/Fxblk7iGbP
— GuessWho (@AmicaIncongnita) December 15, 2021
She looks Big Mad.
— Samantha Pfaff (@SamanthaPfaff) December 15, 2021