Florida Republican Governor Ron DeSantis recently announced the release of new, official Team DeSantis merchandise available for purchase. The new merchandise available for purchase is an 18-pack of decal stickers that read, “Brandon Did That!” along with a photo of Governor DeSantis looking and pointing upwards.
Each purchase will contribute to DeSantis’ reelection campaign for Governor.
It’s only a matter of time before we see the stickers placed on gas pumps around the country.
The new product directly targets President Joe Biden – specifically for his and his administration’s continuous blame on Russian President Vladimir Putin for the gas price hikes Americans are seeing around the country. Biden and his administration have branded the price hike as the “Putin price hike.”
“Biden’s disastrous policies are hurting families. We were energy independent prior to Biden taking office,” DeSantis wrote on Twitter, along with an advertisement for the new stickers.
Joe Biden’s nickname of “Brandon” came about after NBC reporter Kelli Stavast attempted to cover up a NASCAR race’s audience “F*** Joe Biden” by reporting that they chanted “Let’s Go, Brandon” in support of NASCAR driver Brandon Brown back in 2021.
On Tuesday, the national average price for a gallon of gas in the United States was $4.52, according to the American Automobile Association. In Florida, the average price was just under the national average, coming in at $4.50. Right now, California is the state with the highest average price, coming in at a whopping $6.02 per gallon. Kansas is the state with the lowest average price, coming in at $4.01 per gallon.
One year ago, the average price for a gallon of gas in the country was $3.05. In Florida, the average a year ago was $2.89.
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