2020 found former NFL player Brett Favre among the minority of public figures hopping on the Trump train.
Favre, who has been in the public eye since the early 90s, went on Twitter to endorse Donald Trump for re-election.
My Vote is for what makes this country great, freedom of speech & religion, 2nd Amnd, hard working tax paying citiz… https://t.co/KGP4E931dn— Brett Favre (@Brett Favre)1604061105.0
Favre's endorsement did not go over well.
Some folks immediately pointed out Favre's support was for a racist.
So @BrettFavre is now a confirmed racist. Good to know. I never liked Wrangler jeans anyway, they’re mom jeans.… https://t.co/NmqA4xEu99— mjlastshot23 (@mjlastshot23)1604086309.0
While others brought up a questionable record of Favre's own.
@BrettFavre @realDonaldTrump This you? https://t.co/MINdR8Hl1m— Molly Jong-Fast🏡 (@Molly Jong-Fast🏡)1604066735.0
@BrettFavre @realDonaldTrump Is this you? https://t.co/dqXrIzeX2x— Molly Jong-Fast🏡 (@Molly Jong-Fast🏡)1604066958.0
@MollyJongFast @BrettFavre @realDonaldTrump Don’t forget the texts of his junk...— Metal Dog (@Metal Dog)1604067282.0
@barricko_bama @MollyJongFast @BrettFavre @realDonaldTrump Or this. https://t.co/1zhqi1P5gV— Leisure Suit Lawyer (@Leisure Suit Lawyer)1604068082.0
@BrettFavre @realDonaldTrump Sir, I think this is wonderful news. Given your talent for consistently throwing away… https://t.co/YXONjbDaQA— Charlotte Clymer 🏳️🌈 (@Charlotte Clymer 🏳️🌈)1604068583.0
But some went a step further to drag Favre for his old Wrangler jeans commercials, where he couldn't even throw a pass without being intercepted.
Brett Favre managed to throw an INT in a Wrangler commercial. https://t.co/fmi3UsEl8G— Shripal Shah (@Shripal Shah)1604067716.0
Wrangler jeans always seemed kinda racist https://t.co/5XttXzL29j— Anthony Ferrara (@Anthony Ferrara)1604070033.0
I mean, Brett Favre wears Wrangler jeans... Wrangler...— Bryan Payton (@Bryan Payton)1604070526.0
This should come as no surprise to anyone who’s seen Brett Favre in Wrangler jeans https://t.co/0Vw79TNhLp— Spooky Sazón (@Spooky Sazón)1604084078.0
Wrangler jeans suck, Copper fit sucks, And so does Brett Favre. Your name isn’t even pronounced how it’s spelle… https://t.co/cBvSU0f8g7— Todd ♠️ (@Todd ♠️)1604068623.0
According to a report by Yahoo! Finance, Wrangler jeans are, in fact, most worn by Republican voters. (Democrats favor Levi's.)
So some folks are saying someone closely connected to Wrangler was always going to be a Trump supporter.
He also endorses Wrangler Jeans, so Brett Favre's opinion doesn't mean much. https://t.co/n5YnrOxAqB— Reed (@Reed)1604088358.0
I lost all respect for Brett Favre. And he probably voted in his Wrangler jeans lol https://t.co/3ROx0wBFDg— Aaron Zaretsky (@Aaron Zaretsky)1604069097.0
Brett Favre did ads for Wrangler Jeans and is, of course, endorsing Trump for President. In a related story, I was… https://t.co/VdHcytofXQ— your pal, Tommy J (@your pal, Tommy J)1604074947.0
Why y’all acting like Brett Favre wasn’t gonna vote for Trump...y’all seen them Wrangler Jeans commercials 😭😂— Tyler Heard (@Tyler Heard)1604096778.0
Brett Favre has a net worth of $100 Million. He has been the spokesperson for many companies which include Remingto… https://t.co/IDep5w62Ix— bruno 🎲 (@bruno 🎲)1604072708.0
Brett Favre, a wealthy White male from Mississippi, fits the mold of a potential Trump voter.
While it's not surprising, this election isn't over. Get out and vote!