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A church in San Antonio is going viral for a video showing a crowd chanting "Let's Go Brandon."

If you are not familiar with the "Let's Go Brandon" chant, here is a little background for you.

The chant was misinterpreted by a reporter at a NASCAR race last month. Driver Brandon Brown had just won the Xfinity Series and was being interviewed by an NBC Sports reporter. In the background during the interview, the crowd could be heard chanting "F-- Joe Biden." The reporter misheard the crowd and told Brown he was being serenaded with "Let's Go Brandon" chants. After the incident, the phrase took off as a divisive chant toward President Joe Biden.

Late last week, the Cornerstone Church in San Antonio hosted the "ReAwaken America" conference. During the conference, the crowd broke out in a "Let's Go Brandon" chant. The video has since spread across the Internet.

Below is the video as shared by Ohio Republican Senate candidate Josh Mandel, who called the video "amazing."

Some on Twitter were not in agreement with Mandel's "amazing" assessment of the viral video.

One Twitter user even suggested that the church's tax-exempt status should be taken away from them.

Democratic Texas Congressman Joaquin Castro who represents Texas's 20th district in the U.S. House of Representatives also criticized the video.

I'm not sure taking away a church's tax-exempt status is the answer here. We do have a thing called the 1st amendment in this country. And Congressman Castro's opinion of people being turned off by organized religion is just that, an opinion. What are your thoughts, your reaction, and your opinion of this video?

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