Cornerstone Church in Texas is going viral.
Because during their service this past Sunday, the congregation began chanting, “Let’s go, Brandon!”
Based on the video, it looks like several thousand people were in attendance.
Now, we’re not commenting on whether or not we think this is appropriate in church.
However, it is a clear indicator of the mood in “flyover country.”
And the people have spoken.
They are not happy with Biden or the people around him.
Churchgoers Chant ‘Let’s Go Brandon’ at San Antonio’s Cornerstone Church pic.twitter.com/rW7Z0TFOBW
— TheLeoTerrell (@TheLeoTerrell) November 15, 2021
Here’s a tweet from a Leftist who is angry that this happened:
Here’s another angle. This wasn’t a spontaneous crowd chant. This was led from the stage. pic.twitter.com/tWh9vvasau
— PatriotTakes 🇺🇸 (@patriottakes) November 14, 2021
Local news in Texas is picking up on this story.
NBC San Antonio confirms:
A heated debate about the separation of church and state after a video of people chanting “Let’s go Brandon” inside Cornerstone Church on the Far North Side surfaces on social media.
“A euphemism for, you know, less than well wishes for the President of the United States and it has become a kind of a radical conservative rallying cry,” Oklahoma Pastor Jeremy Coleman said.
Pastor Coleman says he was tagged on TikTok several times.
“It was gut-wrenching and heartbreaking,” Coleman said.
Pushing him to share his views on TikTok
“Churches are meant to be places of unconditional love for your neighbor,” Coleman said on his social media platform. “I don’t think that that kind of behavior, no matter where you fall on the political spectrum, has any place inside the church.”
Again, whether or not this chance was appropriate in church, here’s the interesting thing:
Leftists don’t like church.
They hate religion.
But suddenly, they’re interested in what happens inside the church.
Either you care what happens inside… or you don’t.
Seems like hypocritical and inconsistent behavior to me.
Pastor John Hagee is the founder of Christians United for Israel.
He is a leader among leaders in protecting the Judeo-Christian bedrock of America.
Amazing video of his Cornerstone Church today — worshippers break out in chant of Let’s Go Brandon!pic.twitter.com/HnOSfGWP9D
— Josh Mandel (@JoshMandelOhio) November 15, 2021
Let's Go Brandon! https://t.co/80VwPnNi9C
— ACTforAmerica (@ACTforAmerica) November 15, 2021
This video is proof that the chant is happening EVERYWHERE.
It is a cultural phenomenon.
The left never has these grassroots movements… even though Biden supposedly received “81 million.”
Where are his supporters?
Relevant Magazine confirms the massive scale of the chant:
Last week, John Hagee’s Cornerstone Church in San Antonio, Texas, hosted an event called “ReAwaken America,” led by Thrivetime Show podcast host Clay Clark. The event is largely a Who’s Who of far right-connected conspiracy theorists like Roger Stone, Mike Lindell, Lin Wood and Greg Locke who use the platform to espouse their fringe beliefs about the 2020 election, COVID-19 vaccines and other unsubstantiated claims.
That’s par the course in certain political circles these days, but one viral video from the event raised eyebrows: an entire crowd of attendees chanting “Let’s Go, Brandon” from the church pews. Video showed the chant was led by someone from the stage.
“Let’s Go, Brandon” has become a popular political phrase — a troll-y replacement for “f*** Joe Biden” — and is now common in Republican political rallies across the country.
Again, this is not commentary about what is or isn’t appropriate in church.
However, you cannot deny that the Let’s Go, Brandon movement is now mainstream.