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Feb 01 2017

Moonbatty Budweiser Super Bowl Ad Triggers Gag Reflex

Nothing could be moonbattier than a moonbatty Super Bowl commercial — especially one explicitly intended to be a rebuke of a Trump anti-terror measure:

Weasel Zippers remarks:

Memo to Anheuser Busch: Adolphus Busch came to America to assimilate and live the American dream. To the best of my knowledge he wasn’t a member of a foreign death cult that pledged to destroy the West. By the way… feel free to sell [my] allotment of Budweiser beer to as many muslims as you can. I’m not buying any more.

The Muslim colonists on whose behalf Anheuser-Busch is propagandizing will forbid beer if they become numerous enough to attain the political leverage.

But of course, the objective of the commercial is to sell moonbattery, not beer.

Good thing locally brewed beer is vastly better that Budweiser’s rice water anyway.

On a tip from Torcer.

42 Responses to “Moonbatty Budweiser Super Bowl Ad Triggers Gag Reflex”

  1. Miles Gloriosus says:

    An item you may wish to add to your Hate Hoax List – “Man who claimed mom died in Iraq after Trump’s ban lied, Imam confirms”

  2. daPenguin says:

    didn’t they just get bought out by the miller co? and they are owned by a big EU conglomerate?

  3. Mack says:

    Belgian beer. Remember the Belgian genocide against Africans in the Belgian colonies.

  4. Buffalobob says:

    The geniuses at Bud marketing don’t know the difference between legal immigrants and illegal fuking terrorists.

  5. Saxon Warrior says:

    Sorry Budweiser but like most moonbats you’ve kind of lied about the context again.
    I don’t recall German immigrants wearing suicide vests back then….. and this was set in a period of history long before the Nazis.

    But if you want to make a political point why not just add a lie to spice up the truth? It’s what moonbats do best, isn’t it?

  6. 762x51 says:

    “But of course, the objective of the commercial is {not} to sell moonbattery, not beer.”

    We know what you meant Dave.

    I wonder if they will be playing this a NASCAR events?

  7. Eddie_Valiant says:

    Got a pic of the last bottle of Bud I ever consumed

  8. SteveMGD says:

    ‘The Muslim colonists’

    Here is the entire problem in a nutshell. 95% of the Muslim’s don’t know they’re colonists.

    ‘Good thing locally brewed beer is vastly better that Budweiser’s rice water anyway.’

    Well duh…I bet that’s true even in Saudi Arabia.

  9. Jack Bauer says:


    Budweiser “wishes” it was panther piss! I find it to be more akin to camel piss…lol.

    The really sad thing is, I can’t boycott their product, because I wouldn’t think of drinking that vile crap in the first place.

    I can’t believe people actually drink this stuff. And as for “Bud Light”, it’s only suitable for putting out in your garden in shallow dishes to kill slugs.

    Of course, in Budweiser’s defense, virtually all of the major American breweries produce a sorry excuse for real beer.

  10. Dave Blount says:

    Thanks 762. I fixed it.

  11. ICEvictim says:

    I prefer Moose Drool when I can get some.

  12. EVERYDAY PRESIDENT ☆ ᵀᴿᵁᴹᴾ says:

    I don’t drink that rice-brewed sugary flamingo piss anyway so nothing I can boycott. The alcohol content is so low that maybe the think they can get the nearest eeemaaam to issue a fatwa deeming it safe for moslems.

  13. EVERYDAY PRESIDENT ☆ ᵀᴿᵁᴹᴾ says:

    Yuengling is good. AND they stuck their neck out and supported Trump.

  14. EVERYDAY PRESIDENT ☆ ᵀᴿᵁᴹᴾ says:

    Brazilian – Belgian.. weird mix..

  15. Stosh says:

    Great PR move, alienate the average middle American who may currently drink this poor excuse for a beer. The good news is craft brews will make a resurgence not seen since before prohibition.

  16. Rob C says:

    I’d buy Yuengling here if I could. Care to ship a case to me in the people’s republic o’ CA?

  17. WolfNippleChips says:

    Budweiser is like making love in a canoe….

  18. Jodie says:

    This commercial seems like a precursor to what this year’s Superbowl is going to be like. I expect there will be an endless stream of sports figures, reporters, and celebrities spewing their liberal rubbish. If I see that developing this year, I just might tune the whole thing out.

  19. TED says:

    Budweiser, FROM IT’S INCEPTION, made monkey piss a REASONABLE alternative!!

  20. TED says:

    An EXTREMELY INCITFUL choice! SPORTS appears to be the LEFTS new anti-American canvas since it is comprised mainly of USEFUL IDIOTS to do their bidding, especially the NFL. BUT it DOES give us an excellent chance to register our disagreement by hurting them where it hurts them the MOST, in their BANK ACCOUNTS!!! Maybe THEN the blacks will understand…

  21. TED says:

    You mean because they use the water left in the boat to make their foul tasting brew…

  22. Steve Gilbert says:

    I know a lot of history and I don’t recall any anti-German sentiment in early America.
    Quite the opposite. The Germans were well liked and well respected.
    I read of men joining the Army in the 1800’s and saying they were German when they were not, because Germans were prized as military men.

  23. StephaneDumas says:

    How about making some parodies of that ad?

    The immigrant arrive and see a sign with the following: “Live the American dream…but if you come only for the welfare state and you don’t want to assimilate….sorry, it’s empty.”

    I already mentionned that article but I think it might be worth mentionning again.

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  25. Greywolf125 says:

    The response to an emailed complaint –

    “Budweiser’s Super Bowl Commercial highlights the ambition of our founder and his unrelenting pursuit of the American dream. This is a story about our heritage and the uncompromising commitment that goes into brewing our beer. It’s an idea that we have been developing with our creative agency for over a year.”

    A response to a reading of the quote might include more talk of panthers and monkeys posted earlier …

  26. KirklesWorth says:

    And Audio is preaching about “pay equality” during the Superbowl as well:

    Twitchy: Audi USA’s 12 man, 2 woman executive team is lecturing Super Bowl viewers with an ad on pay equality

    Can’t we just watch the game in peace? Apparently not. Audi released its Super Bowl ad early, and like the possibly Trump-trolling one from Budweiser, it, to has a message. Check it out: [VIDEO]</blockquote

  27. Troy McClure says:

    The Germans who came to St Louis at that time were possibly the hardest working immigrants ever and actually had very good relations with the free blacks whom they saw as equally hard working.

  28. Troy McClure says:

    Buy Kraftig beer if it’s available. Brewed by St Louis local Billy Busch, of the Busch family. It’s actually similar to Budweiser but brewed to German purity standards and AMERICAN owned.

  29. Eddie_Valiant says:

    It really is pretty bad. The tsunami of craft beers that have appeared in recent years really does make the traditional brands look like stuff produced in a sewer somewhere.

    The only time I liked a Bud was when I took a tour of the Bud plant in Merrimac NH. The beer at the end of the tour was free, so for that reason alone it tasted ok!

  30. Taters says:

    Islam is a religion of peace, why don’t you ask the wealthiest
    oil-producing Muslim nations of Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, UAE, Qatar, and
    Iran why they have refused to take in any Syrian refugees at all?

  31. Troy McClure says:

    No…. “F–cking close to water”

  32. SNuss says:

    That video reminds me of a bunch of American Leftists, complaining about the “rich”, and wanting to commit violence to steal from them.

  33. WolfNippleChips says:

    No. Because it’s f*@king close to water.

  34. StephaneDumas says:

    And ironically, some rich men like Olof Aschberg, who was a sort of proto-George Soros, financed Lenin.

  35. TED says:

    Making love in a canoe IS Fuking close to water, about as CLOSE as you can get…

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  37. bob says:

    because they are smart and know better.

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