NASCAR Tweets, Then Deletes Video of Interview Where Chants of ‘F*ck Joe Biden’ Can Be Heard and Reporter Claimed They Were Cheers For the Winner

A video that was tweeted by NASCAR last night was deleted not long thereafter and many are wondering why, including Fox News who reached out to no avail.

NBC reporter Kelli Stavast was interviewing the winner of the Talladega race, Brandon Brown.

Brown can be seen exclaiming, “Oh my God, just an unbelievable moment.”

Meanwhile “F*ck Joe Biden” chants can be distinctly heard coming from the crowd.

Stavast, however, claimed that they were, in fact, cheering for Brown and suggested, “You can hear the chants from the crowd – Let’s go Brandon.”

NASCAR on NBC tweeted another part of the interview, which apparently was prior to the chants beginning and many Twitter users weighed in with their opinions on the chant below that.

Twitter user Kaptain said, “I was dying when the crowd started chanting FJB,” followed by four laughing face emojis.

NBC also wrote an article on the victory, but declined to mention the chants, leading some to lash out in the comments of a tweet sharing the article.

Trump supporter CubCub33 remarked, “Let’s go Brandon! @NASCARonNBC you all are disgusting! The more brazen you get with your lies, the faster people are waking up. #WeSeeYou#LetsGoBrandon

Whatever the reason might be, it appears to have come back to bite NASCAR as it was just announced that today’s race has to be postponed to tomorrow due to rain.

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