"Let's Go Brandon" isn't just popping up on iTunes charts, Southwest Airlines flights, or amongst Major League Baseball crowds. Everybody's favorite phrase has also made its way to the hockey arena -- and apparently the exits there as well. On Sunday in Wichita, Kansas, a hockey fan was escorted out of the arena, apparently because her sweatshirt echoes the trendy "Let's Go, Brandon" chant.
The apparel drama occurred during Sunday evening's ECHL game between the Kansas City Mavericks and the hometown Wichita Thunder, an affiliate of the Edmonton Oilers. At some point during a brief stop in the action, two arena staffers walk towards a woman seated near the glass. After a brief conversation, seemingly focused on her threads, the sweatshirt-clad woman exits her seat and is followed up the arena stairs by the two staffers.
Almost instantly, the crowd recognizes the ridiculousness of the situation and breaks out in a "Let's Go Brandon" chant, to the delight and applause of the remaining fans within the arena. The fan being ejected joined the chorus, raising her hands in approval.
Sadly, she was forced to leave Wichita's Intrust Bank Arena because she enjoyed the warmth of her sweatshirt, while the ice-cold Biden administration will occupy the political arena for at least another three years.
*By the way, you too can look awesome as you're escorted out of a game with your very own OutKick "Let's Go Brandon" shirt.
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