We keep saying it, but they don’t listen. When companies “go woke” they quickly “go broke.” Everyone from Gillette to Disney has suffered the consequences of putting leftist politics ahead of American customers. This time, it was Anheuser-Busch, which hired a trans activist to sell Bud Light.
Kid Rock shut down the company in an epic video seen by tens of millions. We can assume many folks are deciding to ditch Budweiser after their terrible decision. Now, yet another music legend is canceling his relationship with Bud Light.
From Fox News:
Country singer-songwriter Travis Tritt announced on Twitter that he would be removing Anheuser-Busch products from his tour hospitality rider amid pushback the company is receiving after beer giant Bud Light celebrated transgender activist Dylan Mulvaney in a new promotion.
“I will be deleting all Anheuser-Busch products from my tour hospitality rider. I know many other artists who are doing the same,” Tritt wrote on Twitter Wednesday evening.
Boom! Country music all-star Travis Tritt has “deleted” all Anheuser-Busch products from his rider while on tour. That means, he won’t be buying their products nor will he be requesting them or serving them to his guests while on tour.
We can also assume he won’t be buying Bud Light to stock in his personal fridge any time soon.
The country music singer said he knew of “many” other artists who were doing the same. It seems like Tritt and Rock aren’t the only celebrities sickened by Anheuser-Busch’s decision to go woke. When the company decided to “celebrate” a trans activist (who is known for mocking women) as the face of Bud Light, they turned their backs on millions of Americans and their traditional values.
We don’t understand why companies keep doing this. Are they really that out of touch with their core customer base? We can expect companies that provide goods to liberals to “go woke.” But the NFL? NASCAR? Bud Light? What are these companies thinking?
All we can assume is that these companies have been taken over by leftist executives. And they are trying to force this woke nonsense onto Americans, whether we like it or not. But Americans don’t have to buy Bud Light, Gillette razors, or Disney products. They need us, not the other way around.
Maybe they’ll learn that, one day.