“Go woke, go broke” sounds good, but it isn’t working that way, because virtually all corporations are aggressively left-wing now and countermoonbats can’t boycott all of them. Radical leftists have made it clear than every enterprise is either with them or against them; companies have less to fear by being with them due to the relentless vindictiveness that characterizes progressives.
Who’s up first? Bud Lite grinding the transsexual agenda in the face of customers who are overwhelming unlikely to like it makes Anheuser-Busch an obvious candidate.
Celebrities Kid Rock, Travis Tritt, and John Rich have already stood up to the woke lynch mob by expressing their disgust at Anheuser-Busch plastering female impersonator Dylan Mulvaney’s creepy face across beer cans to advance the LGBT agenda. A boycott is picking up steam:
Already the corporate clowns at Anheuser-Busch and Belgian parent company AB InBev have noticed the pushback:
Public outrage continues to grow over Bud Light’s partnership with a controversial transgender activist, and now, representatives from Budweiser have canceled an event featuring Budweiser’s iconic Clydesdale horses.
The Clydesdales were scheduled to appear at several events in Springfield, Missouri, sometime this week to help promote the Budweiser brand. …
According to a statement from Anheuser-Busch, Wil Fischer Companies, a Budweiser distributor in Missouri, elected to cancel the Springfield events “due to safety concerns for their employees.” The company did not elaborate on why Wil Fischer employees might be imperiled or whether the events would be rescheduled at a later date.
When they feel threatened, liberals reflexively pretend to be physically endangered so they can pose as victims. Recall that the White House reacted to a transgender terror attack on a Christian school in Nashville by lying that there is an “epidemic of violence against trans people.”
No one is calling for violence against Anheuser-Busch employees. The call is to drink any other brand of beer.
Already they are running scared. If you boycott one product in your life, make it Bud Lite, Budweiser, and associated brands — and keep it up.