NCAA Football

VIDEOS: Multiple Stadiums Break Into ‘F**k Joe Biden’ Chants At NCAA Division 1 Football Games

//labs-cdn.revcontent.com/build/revsoloserve.min.js

Video footage from a Coastal Carolina Chanticleers football game over the weekend show fans at the Brooks Stadium, which seats some 21,000 people, break into a spirited chant of “F**k Joe Biden.” Another video captured the same chant at the even larger Lane Stadium in Virginia Tech, where players and fans enraged liberals on social media by celebrating the start of football season with Metallica’s “Enter Sandman.”

At the Coastal Carolina game, fans could be seen clapping and chanting in unison to the chant of “F**k Joe Biden!” Biden’s mismanagement of messaging on COVID and his general lack of support among large swaths of the American public have led to increasingly vocal public dissent from the Biden regime in recent weeks.

Covfefe Coffee

An even larger audience at the Virginia Tech Hokies game jeered, “F**k Joe Biden,” in yet another repudiation of the Democrat party regime.

//labs-cdn.revcontent.com/build/revsoloserve.min.js

The Virginia Tech players used Metallica’s “Enter Sandman” as their entrance music before their game with North Carolina, in a moment that quickly went viral on social media as fans celebrated a return to normality amidst the corporate media’s COVID frenzy. Liberal activists on Twitter seethed at the video.

In a turn of events that shocked many COVID fans, neither members of the audience nor any players were carted off the field on ventilators for daring to show up outdoors without wearing a mask, and Virginia Tech went to clinch an upset victory over North Carolina.



Source

GameDay
Welcome to GameDay.Blog Powered by SportsBook-Live.com. Please register to our site, As more States become Available for Online Gambling, We will automatically upgrade your status from Subscriber to Player. Please note we are not affilliated in any way with ESPN, CBS Sports, Home depot or CitiBank GameDay Programs.
https://gameday.sportsbook-live.com