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Autistic boy named Brandon came out of his shell after seeing crowd with ‘Let’s Go Brandon’ flags


The mother of an autistic nine-year-old named Brandon said he came out of his shell after seeing ‘Let’s Go Brandon’ flags at a carnival and mistakenly believing they were for him. 

In March Minnesota-based podcaster and author Sheletta Brundidge, her husband and her three youngest children, including her son Brandon, 9, who is severely autistic, made a stop during their Spring Break vacation at ‘Sensory Friendly Day’ at Houston’s Livestock Show and Rodeo, The State reported. 

Brundidge said during the tri[ her son told her that ‘These people love me here!’ They’ve got my flags all over the place. They’re cheering for me!’ 

In March Sheletta Brundidge, her three youngest children, (pictured) took a trick to 'Sensory Friendly Day' at Houston's Livestock Show and Rodeo

In March Sheletta Brundidge, her three youngest children, (pictured) took a trick to ‘Sensory Friendly Day’ at Houston’s Livestock Show and Rodeo

The incident inspired Brundidge to write the children's book 'Brandon Spots His Sign' about how seeing the 'Let's go, Brandon' signs allowed him to overcome anxiety

The incident inspired Brundidge to write the children’s book ‘Brandon Spots His Sign’ about how seeing the ‘Let’s go, Brandon’ signs allowed him to overcome anxiety

Brandon, (pictured) who was completely unaware of the politics behind the phrase, told his mom that to him 'Let's Go Brandon' 'means to have courage and try your best'

Brandon, (pictured) who was…



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