People all sorts of triggered after 544 tax documents in California county stamped with "Let's Go Brandon"
· Jul 22, 2022 ·

Okay, this is pretty good stuff right here:

A Stanislaus County resident is demanding answers after she and hundreds of others received an official tax letter in the mail stamped with "Lets Go Brandon"...

County officials say the slogan ended up on roughly 544 pieces of mail.


And I love that we get Stanislaus County resident Vicky Boese in the cover image for the story, because she is a hoot in the interview below.

Here's what the envelope looked like:

Very subtle. I like it.

Real quick I want to quote The Modesto Bee, which is in no way affiliated with The Babylon Bee, though it sort of seems like it from the tone here.

The headline of the op-ed reads, "Well, that was stupid. Stanislaus must prevent future 'Let's go Brandon' blunders," which makes this thing absolutely beautiful from the very start.

Every message from government to its people should be double- and triple-checked to assure that it doesn't include wildly inappropriate content.

It's hard to believe this statement needs saying. But the recent, incredibly embarrassing "Lets Go Brandon" gaffe — stamped in red ink on official correspondence from the Stanislaus County Assessor and Treasurer-Tax Collector's offices to more than 500 residents — suggests otherwise.

"Let's go Brandon" is a euphemism for the most vulgar put-down you might imagine aimed at President Joe Biden. The accidental slogan was quickly adopted by his critics on the right smirking at what they deem to be a clever insult lacking profanity while evoking it. The left is understandably appalled.

That entire article is gold, so I'd suggest reading the whole thing.

Cuz these people are extra triggered!

I'm gonna give you this video from the Bay Area CBS affiliate, then I'm gonna get on outta here so I can go laugh about this some more.

Some great news for the triggered libs of Northern California:

The county assessor tells me that they are working on getting a refund for sending those letters out. That would add up to about $238. Doesn't sound like much, but the message on those envelopes may have weighed a lot more. They're also asking the contractor to send an apology to taxpayers.


Let's Go Brandon!!!

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