One can only wonder what was going through the mind of Anheuser-Busch executives when they decided to use a so-called transgender activist to show how “pro-female” the company is.
Alas, the executives felt the need that it was of paramount importance to choose a transgender individual for this purpose.
Indeed, the increasingly rich Dylan Mulvaney, a very vocal transgender individual, is apparently celebrating 365 days of “being a woman,” courtesy of Budweiser.
As part of this deranged collaboration, Mulvaney receives a reported $50,000 per post for Budweiser, illustrating the degree to which an extremely vocal transgender activist can rake in serious dough, all so woke companies can virtue signal their “inclusivity.”
Needless to say, given the core demographics of myriad Budweiser customers, the company’s stunningly woke move buggers belief for more than one person.
Not to mention more than one famous musician, who promptly responded by defending women and “cancelling” Budweiser in their own way.
For instance, Kid Rock posted a video of him violently firing off a series of rounds into a couple of cases of Bud Light, declaring, “f*** Bud Light!”
Funny enough, Budweiser likely destroyed its reputation more effectively by promoting (and massively overpaying) a transgender social media “influencer” more quickly than Kid Rock’s bullets decimated the beer cans.
Another musician, Travis Titt, announced that he would be removing all Anheuser-Busch products from his tour, in light of the beer company’s anti-women stance.
“I will be deleting all Anheuser-Busch products from my tour hospitality rider. I know many other artists who are doing the same,” Titt declared bluntly.
And, unlike many other famous individuals, Titt could care less if he is “cancelled.”
“Other artists who are deleting Anheuser-Busch products from their hospitality rider might not say so in public for fear of being ridiculed and cancelled. I have no such fear,” Titt continued.
Conveniently, Titt posted a list of all Budweiser-affiliated products to Twitter, in case one was interested in boycotting the entirety of the newly woke company’s product offerings.
Varied Bud Light brands include Corona, Beck’s, Michelob, Hoegaarden, Shock Top, Land Shark, Kirin Light, Rolling Rock, Stella Artois, Natural Ice, and several others.
In addition, Titt also warned about a whisky company going woke.
Jack Daniels has apparently decided it’s a great idea to team up with Ru Paul for a so-called “Drag Queen Summer Glamp,” ostensibly modeled after the objective of “small town, big pride.”
Once whisky is going woke, it’s fairly clear that “progressivism” truly is one of the most invasive political ideologies to permeate American discourse, one whose influence may be nearly impossible to destroy.
Though at least honest individuals give hope that it might.
“In full disclosure, I was on a tour sponsored by Budweiser in the 90’s. That was when Anheuser-Busch was American owned. A great American company that later sold out to the Europeans and became unrecognizable to the American consumer. Such a shame,” Titt mused.
In other words, woke Europeans have destroyed an American company, much in the same way they demonstrate subservience to China if only to spite America.
Too bad for Europeans that China hardly shares their woke values, but they don’t appear to see the forest through the trees.
Author: Ofelia Thornton