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[Dump Trump flag] image by Randy Young, 25 August 2021

I passed a house that has recently swapped out their tattered Trump 2020 flag for a brand new Trump 2024 campaign flag. I've seen this design for sale online, but this was the first time I'd seen it actually in the wild on a flagpole.

The flag features a black field with a thin, red inner border, broken at the top and bottom by four small red stars. Inside the border is the word "TRUMP" in large, white capital letters, sitting just above the vertical center of the field. Below the name are two lines of text in smaller lettering. The first line has the year "2024" in white digits centered with four red stars toward the hoist and another four toward the fly. Below this line are the words "F_CK YOUR FEELINGS." in white lettering, including the punctuation at the end, and substituting a capital U for the _ that I've written here.
Randy Young, 25 August 2021

[Donald Trump #12] image by Pete Loeser, 7 February 2021

image by Randy Young, 29 January 2022

This flag was seen in the wild this past week. A house in Louisa County, Virginia, has flown a number of flags supporting Donald Trump for president. We saw the latest entry for this collection on Tuesday. The flag takes its cue from the popular sayings used by the supporters of those who lost elections: "Don't blame me, I voted for [name of losing candidate]." These are most often seen in the form of bumper stickers on cars and pickup trucks, but this is the first time I can remember seeing one in the form of a flag, and clearly marks the individual flying the flag as an ardent supporter of that particular political candidate.

The flag follows the basic pattern of many Trump campaign flags, with a blue field, a thin red inner rectangle acting as an orle, with the red line broken at the top and bottom by five white stars in each location. In the center of the flag, contained within the orle are the words "DON'T BLAME ME | I VOTED FOR | TRUMP" in white, capital, sans serif lettering across three lines.
Randy Young, 29 January 2022

image by Randy Young, 5 March 2022

This flag capitalizes on a televised faux pas during last year's NASCAR Xfinity Series race at Talladega Superspeedway in Alabama. The winner of the Sparks 300 race on 2 October 2021 was a young driver from Virginia named Brandon Brown. During the post-race interview on the track, the fans closest to the reporter and camera crew began chanting, "F*ck Joe Biden." The reporter doing the interview, either in an attempt to conceal what was actually being chanted or because she herself was unable to hear it properly, noted on-air that the crowd was congratulating the race winner by chanting, "Let's go, Brandon." Since then, the slogan "Let's go, Brandon," has become a watchword and hidden slur used by the politically far-right, and in particular by supporters of former President Trump. And it has now, apparently, been re-created in flag form. This flag design matches the pattern used by many of the Trump 2016, Trump 2020, and now Trump 2024 flags, featuring a blue field with five white stars centered at the top and five more at the bottom, and a thin red rectangle connecting them. In the center of the rectangle are the words "LET'S GO" and "BRANDON" in large, white, capital letters.

Randy Young, 5 March 2022

image by Randy Young, 5 March 2022

This flag was previously mentioned by Esteban Rivera in an E-mail from 19 January 2021 regarding anti-Biden flags. Esteban included a photo from the Amazon sales webpage for the flag, but this past Tuesday was the first time that I'd actually seen one in the wild. True to Esteban's description, this is a "black (or dark blue) horizontal flag, displaying on top the word FUCK and below the word BIDEN, both in white capitals, with five white five-pointed stars on top and bottom and above the bottom stars in small capitals, a slogan 'AND FUCK YOU FOR VOTING FOR HIM' (we acknowledge the fact that offensive vocabulary is displayed and it is only mentioned here for the purpose of describing a flag and not intended to offend anyone in particular)."

Randy Young, 5 March 2022