Bud Light’s Latest Damage Control Blows Up in their Face

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Oh, Budweiser. We keep warning these companies that when you go woke, Americans turn on you. Customers don’t appreciate it when rich CEOs decide to let their politics influence what should be politically-neutral products.

The Anheuser-Busch VP that green-lit the disastrous tranny ad campaign claims it is about “inclusivity.” That’s bunk. It was really an attempt by woke corporate executives to force their leftist politics on unsuspecting customers. And it has failed.

The company tried to pivot recently, by launching a “pro-America” ad. Just watch:

Do they really think a video with a horse is going to dupe Americans into supporting them again? Unless they remove Dylan Mulvaney’s horrific face off their Bud Light cans and apologize for trying to politicize their product, Americans aren’t forgiving them.

From Fox News:

“Hey @AnheuserBusch, if you’re at a point where you’re literally referencing 9/11 in hopes that it would make us flyover yokels run to the store to salute a 12-pack of Bud Light, you should just apologize instead. Hoping we’re stupid enough to buy this ad is insulting,” Red State senior editor Brandon Morse tweeted.

“You aren’t putting that genie back in the bottle, guys,” “Rambo” and “Black Hawk Down” actor Matthew Marsden replied.

Numerous users blasted the ad online. It seems like Budweiser is trying to have its tranny cake and eat it too. They think they can plaster a far-left activist onto their Bud Light cans, to win over leftists. But then they can post a cliched ad with horses and farmers for Budweiser, to bamboozle us “yokels.”

As if we don’t know the same company that aired the “patriotic” ad is the same company paying big bucks to a crass transgender personality. The CEO of the company even issued a statement. But he did not apologize for offending customers, nor did he even address the scandal. It was a whole lot of nothing–and customers knew it.

This is what far-left corporations think of Americans. They think we are stupid. That we’d be easily manipulated by a Hollywood-produced, 1-minute-long video into abandoning our values. Budweiser might have rejected its values to win over the radical left. But most of America hasn’t.

And no white-washing of this scandal is going to win Americans over.