On Monday night, the Bidens were not well received in the liberal stronghold of Philadelphia as Jill Biden took the field before the kickoff between the Eagles and the Dallas Cowboys.

Videos on Twitter showed the First Lady being greeted with boos from thousands of fans and ‘Lets Go Brandon’ chants.

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Newsweek hilariously tried to ‘fact check’ claims that Jill Biden was booed by claiming that only ‘some boos’ were heard in the crowd.

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Conversely, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis had a warm reception this weekend at a Lynyrd Skynyrd concert where fans broke out into patriotic chants after his presence was announced at the Hollywood, Florida event.

DeSantis is currently polling well ahead of Democratic challenger and former Congressman Charlie Crist, with the current RealClearPolitics average showing him ahead by 7.8 percent, and the most recent Mason Dixon poll showing him ahead by 11 percent.

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Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) made a surprise appearance at a recent Lynyrd Skynyrd concert in Hollywood, Florida, where the stunned crowd erupted in loud applause and chanted “USA!”

DeSantis appeared onstage with his wife, Casey, and their children, during the band’s show Sunday at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino.

Lynyrd Skynyrd has made no secret of its admiration of De Santis.

Earlier this year, lead singer Johnny Van Zant and his brother, Donny Van Zant, released a new single dedicated to the governor titled “Sweet Florida.”

The song includes the lyrics: “You can take it to the bank, he don’t care what Brandon thinks at the White House / He’s fighting for the right to keep our state free / Well he’s taking on the swamp and he’s calling out Dr. Fauci / He’s the only one fighting for you and me.”

Florida First Lady Casey DeSantis has reportedly announced that the Jacksonville band has donated $100,000 to help those affected by Hurricane Ian.

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