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Oct 01 2019

Carson King Cancelers Get Canceled Back

Brazilian–Belgian watery beer monger Anheuser-Busch InBev has gone out of its way to establish itself as producing beer for moonbats (see here, here, and here). Its treatment of Carson King should come as no surprise.

Via Fox News:

The 24-year-old Iowa man made headlines earlier [last] month when he went on a taping of ESPN’s “College Gameday” at Iowa State University asking people to send him money for beer. His sign read “Busch Light supply needs replenished” and included information on how to send him money through Venmo, the popular money-transfer app.

After King received hundreds of thousands of dollars, he decided to donate to the University of Iowa Stead Family Children’s Hospital.

Soon after, Busch Light decided to match the donation — and said they would send King a year’s supply of beer with his face on the can.

But then the story went sour, when the Des Moines Register discovered that King had tweeted racially insensitive jokes as a 16-year-old in 2012. Despite the usual groveling apologies, Anheuser-Busch InBev severed it ties with King, treating him as a political leper (although still agreeing to match the donation).

Cancel culture strikes again. But this time the cancelers got canceled back.

Reporter Aaron Calvin dug up King’s adolescent thought crimes. Twitter users did some research themselves, and found that he too had sent allegedly racist tweets. Calvin has been fired.

Anheuser-Busch InBev got a taste of its own canceling too. Busch Light was pulled from Iowa Oktoberfest by enraged Iowans.

There should be no difficulty replacing Busch Light with better beer. Kudos to anyone who pushes back against the lunatic tyranny of political correctness.

Hat tip: Liberty Daily.



2 Responses to “Carson King Cancelers Get Canceled Back”

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