Google deletes hilarious ‘Brandon Falls’ location that marked where Biden fell from bike

(Video: Fox News)

Cape Henlopen State Park in Delaware was briefly known by another name before Google swooped in to remove the satirical “Brandon Falls” from their maps.

The sight of the infamous one-man bike wreck involving President Joe Biden, affectionately referred to as “Brandon” by his critics, was denoted as a landmark on Tuesday. The “location” quickly went viral before Google ruined the fun by deleting it from their site.

But for all the laughs and mockery, one can’t help but wonder if a man who is prone to wandering around aimlessly and falling off bikes is fit to be the leader of the free world.

This was the premise of Rep. Troy Nehls’ (R-Texas) question to Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg on Tuesday. The House Transportation Committee Member made sure to point out the more viral moments of Biden appearing to need assistance to remember what he was supposed to be doing.

“He falls off bicycles. Even at the White House Easter Celebration the Easter Bunny had to guide him back into his safe place. Cue cards that say ‘sit here’ or ‘end of speech,’ which he actually states, that is if he stays awake,” Nehls said. “So my question for you is sir, have you spoken to any other cabinet members about invoking the 25th Amendment on President Biden?”

Despite the genuine concerns being voiced by people, there are those who took the time to laugh at the humor of Biden falling getting it’s own Google landmark:


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