BOMBSHELL: Explosive Device Detonates Outside of Alabama AG's Office, Hardly Makes a BANG...
Miami Herald: How Far Can a City Go to Keep Black Spring Break...
'Mental Health Counselor' Doesn't Think a Therapist Could Have Helped Aaron Bushnell
'Wonder Why??' U.S. Army to Cut Over Twenty THOUSAND Jobs Due to Struggling...
Video Shows the Most Racist 'Anti-Racist' Ad Campaign in History
MSNBC: CPAC Speaker Pledges to End the Mission of January 6
AP: Law Would Largely Prohibit Pride Flags in Classrooms
Free Beacon Profiles the Reality of the Border Crisis Hitting a Small Town
NBC News: Republicans Pounce on Murder of Student by Illegal Immigrant
He's Fine: Biden Flubs Softball Interview, Eats Ice Cream With Late Night's Seth...
LIVE! Michigan Presidential Republican and Democrat Primary Results
Maddening: Drew Holden Shows How Desperately the Media Defend Biden's Failed Border Polici...
Hamas Issues Its Condolences and Full Solidarity to Family of Airman Who Burned...
Cornel West Praises the 'Extraordinary Courage and Commitment' of Man Who Died by...
'Let Them Eat Flakes': Kellogg CEO Says Eat Cereal for Dinner to Save...

NBC reporter interviewing NASCAR race winner says crowd is chanting 'let's go Brandon' (but it sure sounds like something else)

Saturday’s race at Talladega was called a bit early due to darkness at the track that doesn’t have lights for night racing. Brandon Brown was ahead at the time and won the race:


Brandon Brown earned his first career NASCAR Xfinity Series win when Saturday’s race at Talladega Superspeedway was called for darkness six laps from the scheduled distance.

“Oh my God, Oh my God,” Brown said on his team’s radio. “Wow. Just wow. Oh my God. This is a dream come true. This is a dream come true.”

Brown’s victory came in his 114th career series start.

During a post-race interview, people in the crowd were chanting something that an NBC reporter said was “let’s go Brandon”:


Yeah, we heard something else as well. Gee, what could it have been?

That’s how the media rolls!


Nice attempted save by the NBC Sports reporter! The White House will appreciate that.


Editor’s note: This post has been updated to include additional tweets.

Join the conversation as a VIP Member


Trending on Twitchy Videos