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Oregon Dad Who Tricked Biden Into Saying ‘Let’s Go Brandon’ is Doxxed, Now Gets Threats

    After four years of shouting “F*** Trump” at the former president, the radical left would like to have us all know that telling Joe Biden “Let’s Go Brandon” is not acceptable. That’s the message to an Oregon dad who pranked the Bidens during a Christmas Eve event for NORAD’s annual tracking of Santa Claus, where he actually tricked Joe Biden into saying, “Let’s Go Brandon, I agree.” Watch:

    “Merry Christmas and let’s go Brandon,” the dad said as he signed off.

    “Let’s go Brandon, I agree,” Biden said without missing a beat.

    The dad who made the call was originally identified to be one “Jared from Oregon. The left’s media machine kicked into high gear, however, and they were soon able to doxx the dad who pranked their senile ‘dear leader.’

    Jared Schmeck, a father of four from Oregon, now has been brought low in a struggle session with the media. He says the call was a light-hearted gag made in jest.

    “A Central Point father of four who wished President Joe Biden and the first lady a wonderful Christmas and added ‘Let’s go, Brandon,’ at the end of a live streamed Santa tracker call told The Oregonian/OregonLive that he didn’t intend his parting message to be vulgar,” a local report said.

    “At the end of the day, I have nothing against Mr. Biden, but I am frustrated because I think he can be doing a better job,” said Jared Schmeck, 35. “I mean no disrespect to him.”

    The report noted that he works for an electric company and was previously a Medford police officer for six years until he resigned in July 2018.

    The Oregonian report takes pains to say Schmeck doesn’t think of himself as a “Trumper,” but describes himself as “free-thinking American and follower of Jesus Christ.”

    The backstory of the dad’s legendary prank call bears repeating.

    Schmeck said he and his family call into the NORAD Santa tracker every Christmas Eve. He said he wasn’t aware the call would be livestreamed.

    When he called Friday night from his sons’ Christmas-decorated bedroom, he was told First Lady Jill Biden would be taking calls.

    “I thought it would be automated. We just waited on hold and then they answered,” he said. “And I thought, ‘wow, this is real.’ ”

    When Jared shared the names of his children, President Biden immediately homed in on the boy named Hunter, sharing that they have a son and grandson named Hunter as well.

    Jared’s 11-year-old Griffin told the president he wanted a piano for Christmas. His son Hunter said he wanted a Switch.

    “Switch?” Biden questioned.

    Schmeck, kneeling between his sons’ beds and holding his cell phone out so all could hear, explained to the president that it’s short for Ninetendo Switch. Schmeck went on to share that his daughter Piper wanted a Barbie doll airplane and his 2-year-old daughter Penelope would be happy with any presents from Santa. Schmeck asked for a “quiet night.” The president retorted, “Lucks of luck dad,” and all laughed.

    Biden urged all the children to get to bed by 9 p.m. and stay asleep until midnight or Santa wouldn’t show.

    “Well, have a Merry Christmas. Have a wonderful Christmas,” the First Lady said.

    “I hope you guys have a wonderful Christmas as well,” Schmeck responded, and added, “Merry Christmas and Let’s Go Brandon!”

    The First Lady winced, and the president immediately responded, “Let’s Go Brandon, I agree.”

    That’s right. He also has a son named Hunter. Classic.

    Sadly, Jared Schmeck, a father of four, told the Oregonian on Saturday that he is “being attacked for utilizing my freedom of speech” and is now receiving threatening phone calls. Twitter also allowed his name #JaredSchmeck to trend for hours on Sunday.

    Twitter users noted the left’s hypocrisy in going after Schmeck.

    No matter how angry the hypocrite left gets about a dad tricking their senile president into repeating “Let’s Go Brandon,” it will always go down as one of the most legendary pranks of all-time.


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