Fact Check: Was Joe Biden Heckled in London With 'Let's Go Brandon' Chant?

President Joe Biden was the subject of some criticism ahead of Queen Elizabeth II's funeral as he arrived at the service by car. Despite other leaders sharing transport

at the instruction of Buckingham Palace, Biden was allowed to use his presidential motorcade instead. When Biden's motorcade was brought to a near-standstill in London

traffic, videos emerged mocking the American president in a familiar fashion. The Claim A video posted on Twitter on September 19, 2022, by @RealMacReport appears to

have recorded crowds chanting "let's go Brandon" as Biden was driven to Queen Elizabeth II's funeral in London. Joe Biden was heckled in 10 Downing Street, London with

"Let's Go Brandon." pic.twitter.com/oJfrjkpJhv— Real Mac Report (@RealMacReport) September 19, 2022 Other users shared the video with similar captions. "While

attending the Queen's funeral, Joe Biden was heckled with "Let's Go Brandon" chants. The entire world laughs at him," wrote another user in a tweet with more than 1,500

engagements. The Facts While world leaders were instructed by to travel together by bus to Queen Elizabeth II's funeral, an exception was granted to Biden to arrive in

an armored car known as "The Beast," as part of a presidential motorcade. At one point, the car slowed a crawl near Marble Arch, London, meaning crowds were within shouting

distance of the president. However, while "let's go Brandon" (a mocking chant that evolved from a taunt of the president containing curse words) has been repeated during

other presidential appearances, it wasn't chanted near Marble Arch when the video was recorded.