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WATCH: NASCAR Fan at Daytona 500 Says 'F-ck Joe Biden' on Live TV

A NASCAR fan said “f-ck Joe Biden on live television while speaking to a reporter ahead of the Daytona 500.

The “f-bomb” was dropped on Fox 35 in Orlando, who was live at Daytona International Speedway and interviewing fans.

The reporter approached a man in a Trump hat and asked,  “what are you going to sign on the finish line?”

“What do you think I’m gonna sign,” the man responded. “I’m gonna sign f*ck Joe Biden!”

“Oh no no no! We’re not doing that,” the reporter said. “That’s the risk we have here when we broadcast live.”

Next, the reporter asked the same question to a man in an American flag shirt — but asked him to keep it “clean.”

“It’s not clean,” the fan admitted.

The now-infamous “Let’s Go, Brandon” chant was born during a NASCAR event after Brandon Brown won a race and was being interviewed by NBC reporter Kelli Stavast. As they spoke, a chant of “f-ck Joe Biden” broke out.

The interviewer falsely claimed that the crowd was chanting “Let’s Go Brandon” in support of Brown — and a new meme was born.

NASCAR has been attempting to distance itself from the popular chant.

After announcing that he was having difficulty finding sponsorships due to the meme slogan, Brown was offered a sponsorship by a cryptocurrency meme coin honoring the “Let’s Go, Brandon” rally cry — but NASCAR rejected it.

“NASCAR did not speak with Brandonbilt Motorsports prior to making their decision to rescind the approval and multiple attempts to set up a conversation to address this matter went unacknowledged,” Max Marcucci, Brandonbilt Motorsports spokesperson said in a statement after the rejection.

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