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Apr 10 2023

Bud Light Boycott Update

The boycott of Anheuser-Busch products in general and Bud Light in particular is crucial to prove there are limits to what LGBT militants can bully corporations into ramming down our throats. Fortunately, it has been going well:

A viral tweet, which has amassed over 4.4 million views and 88,000 likes, is one such example of the hurdles that Anheuser-Busch could now be facing in its post-Mulvaney landscape.

Twitter user @Floridagirl0850 announced: “We just refused our #Budlight orders for my liquor store. We are pulling it from our shelves. We are not the only ones according to our reps. They said it’s bad.”

Responses to the tweet suggest massive support, to the chagrin of leftist social engineers who are accustomed to calling all the shots.

This battle will not be over quickly. At Anheuser-Busch, poking its customers in the eye on behalf of the LGBT community was part of a deliberate marketing strategy:

Shortly before Bud Light was besieged by the Dylan Mulvaney controversy, the beer company’s vice president stressed the need to get away from the “out of touch” frat boy image to one of “inclusivity.”

Alissa Gordon Heinerscheid, the self-proclaimed “first female to lead the largest beer brand in the industry,” shared her disdain for Bud Light’s previous frat boy image during a recent podcast.

That is, her disdain for the brand’s customers, who will now be excluded in the name of inclusion.

Heinerscheid stressed a need to “evolve and elevate” the Bud Light brand.

“What does evolve and elevate mean? It means inclusivity,” Heinerscheid declared. “It means shifting the tone. It means having a campaign that’s truly inclusive and feels lighter and brighter and different. And appeals to women and to men. And representation is sort of the heart of revolution.”

As moonbats say, “The issue is never the issue. This issue is always the revolution.”

We’ll see whether revolutionary leftist ideology applies to selling beer. Maybe normal people don’t count any more, so Anheuser-Busch can focus exclusively on transsexuals and Heinerscheid’s fellow Harvard English majors. Or maybe this will blow up in their face so hard that other companies take notice.

It all depends on how long countermoonbats can go without buying Bud Light, Budweiser, and related brands. Forever should be easy.

Remember, if you drink Bud Light, this could happen to you:

On tips from Anonymous, Blackjack, Lyle, and Mr. Freemarket.


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4 Responses to “Bud Light Boycott Update”

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