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Brandon Brown, the racecar driver whose NASCAR Talladega win in October helped create the anti-President Joe Biden chant, “Let’s go, Brandon,” has found a way to spin the narrative surrounding the chant.

Brandon Brundidge, 8, saw “Let’s Go Brandon” signs while on a spring break trip to Houston in March and believed they were a sign of encouragement meant for him. As a result, he began trying new activities, including learning how to swim and ride a bike.

The article goes on to state the following:

Brundidge has autism and struggles with social anxiety. His mother, Sheletta Brundidge, took inspiration from the impact that the signs had and wrote a children’s book called Brandon Spots His Sign.


A picture of the book was featured on the hood of Brown’s car for the Xfinity Series race he participated in on Saturday in Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin.

“To have this come through was like that breakthrough moment for us,” Brown told WJXT. “This can be positive. This can be good. It doesn’t have to be hateful or divisive.”

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5 COMMENTS

  1. I love reading stories like this. Acts of kindness are something this world needs more of. Bless both Brandons!

  2. Love this! Everything about it is wonderful. The timing is truly God’s as He allows us to reach each other through this story ❤️🇺🇸

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