About two weeks ago there was a furor over Bud Light’s new troon branding. Consubversatives were doing the typical bit of whining loudly in the general direction of Bud Light, while ignoring their parent conglomerate of Anheuser-Busch and ultimately doing nothing and promising no legislation. However, normal people en masse decided to stop buying this pisswasser, which has caused a panic amongst the consubversatives. We can’t actually have a corporation go troon, suicide soon. That might give the Goy-peasants some of the wrong ideas.
Contrary to what the fancy name might lead you to believe, Anheuser-Busch is an American conglomerate, located in St. Louis, Missouri. Or at least as American as any other multinational conglomerate. The point is that the corporation is right there, ready to be nationalized.
There is plenty of other obvious legislation that could be pushed. For example, banning Bud Light comes to mind, and you can go after the parent corporation in myriad ways. Instead, consubversatives told their followers to consider not buying Bud Light. This is gay individualism, but now they’re not even doing that.
The National Republican Congressional Committee added to the growing conservative criticisms waged against Bud Light this weekend and then quietly retracted their remarks.
On Saturday, the official NRCC Twitter page deleted a tweet directly attacking one of its largest donors, Anheuser-Busch — the parent company of Bud Light.
“Thanks to Dylan Mulvaney, we can all finally admit that Bud Light tastes like water,” the NRCC said in the [deleted] tweet, which was captured by The Daily Beast. “With our new koozie’s, you can make sure no one confuses Bud Light with real beer ever again.”
One GOP operative told the outlet that they assumed the NRCC “backtracked because they realized they were biting the hand that feeds them, and as soon as word gets around about that, why would anyone else give them big money in the future?”
I’m getting flashbacks to the Ben Shapiro and Steven Crowder drama. In that drama, Crowder made a big deal, and rightfully so, about the absurdity of consubversatives writing into their contracts that they will make less money if (((Big Tech))) censors them. This makes no sense from the perspective of a serious political outfit. However, from the perspective of consubversatives being very serious about installing themselves in front of you and making sure you get nothing, while profiting on the side, it’s a very reasonable demand.
Likewise, it makes absolutely no sense for a political party serious about “fighting wokeness,” to be taking huge donations from “woke corporations.” But when we understand that their one and only job is to get in the way, while being rewarded handsomely for their service, it makes perfect sense. The National Republican Congressional Committee was far from the only consubversative standing behind normal people with an unsheathed knife.
Donald Trump Jr. says boycotts of Bud Light should end, telling his fans on Rumble the company’s conservative credentials are solid and the outrage over its partnership with transgender influencer Dylan Mulvaney was unjustified.
Get a load of these conservative credentials.
Although unironically I agree. It’s not just the face of Bud Light that is a deranged and repulsive tranny. It is also the face of Con Inc. This should be what you think of when you think “Republican.”
Conservatism is a nepotism baby telling you that a company with a troon mascot is fighting the WoKEsTerS, because they give Republicans money.
“We looked into the political giving and lobbying history of Anheuser-Busch. And guess what? They actually support Republicans,” said the former first son on Rumble.
“Last cycle their employees and their PAC gave about 60 percent to Republicans and 40 percent to Democrats. That’s literally almost unheard of in corporate America, where it’s really easy to go woke, where they do so constantly, where there’s a consequence to actually being a conservative. So 60/40 to the conservative side is kind of a big deal.”
Putting a fucking troon on the can is also a big deal.
Consubversatives can’t actually define what “woke” means, because it’s just anti-White pervert garbage and they support all of it. Here, Donald Trump Jr, a complete moron, is arguing that “wokeness” is not elevating troons to be the face of your corporation, while predictably losing money due to the natural consumer backlash. Instead, wokeness is just giving DEMONrats money. And the reason why they are so vague as to what “muh wokeness,” means, is so that they can redirect your time, money, energy, and vote, into the tranny supporting anti-White Republican Party.
Nobody at the senior level of the company had been aware of the marketing campaign, Trump Jr. said, touting their support for recent high profile GOP candidates like Sen. J.D. Vance (R-Ohio) and House Speaker Kevin McCarthy.
Senior management didn’t know anything about their new marketing campaign? Are you kidding me with this you fucking faggot?
Next thing he’ll be telling us that Balenciaga is fighting back against the wokeness because they donate 30% to Republicans. Don’t pay attention to the CSAM advertising, the executives of these corporations have no idea what the marketing department is doing. They’re not focused on branding at all. This is very plausible, and reflects Corporate America to a T. Utterly unconcerned about branding.
The level of coping nonsense here is outrageous. His excuse for Bud Light intentionally making a troon the face of their brand is that the higher ups didn’t know about this, and they give slightly more to Republicans. I know that I’m preaching to the choir, but that’s not an argument against boycotting Anheuser-Busch, it’s an argument for also boycotting the Republicans.
“Anheuser-Busch totally s—t the bed with this Dylan Mulvaney thing. I’m not, though, for destroying an American and iconic company for something like this,” he said. “I think sometimes we do have the tendency of shooting first and aiming second, not looking into the details.”
I really can’t take it when these shills use their best “reasonable person voice,” when it’s time for them to actually do something, and act all magnanimous. But since he demands we look at the troon beer with more detail, let’s instead take a closer look at Donald Trump Jr.
If you’re an adult and you want to be trans and you do it, great. If you’re happy you’re productive. I actually don’t give a shit, like I’m fairly liberal on the issue. You force it on a three year old…
Gee, do you think that maybe big corporations normalizing this particular perversion could lead to more children being mutilated through troon surgeries and put on permanently sterilizing hormones from the age of 13?
Of course. Once again, consubversatives do a 5/10 job describing the issue, and then put themselves in between you and the solution, so you don’t get policy.
While Mulvaney has now become a popular brand ambassador for a number of companies, the influencer’s advocacy on behalf of Bud Light was a bridge too far for many conservatives. In the days after Mulvaney’s first Instagram campaign for the beer, Anheuser-Busch lost billions of dollars in value.
Actually no, consubversatives are totally fine with this. Normal people who have been tricked into thinking that consubversatism doesn’t just exist purely to get out in front of what you want and make sure that you don’t get it are the ones opposed to this. Republicans and conservatives are opposed to anything that makes their paycheques get smaller, and Donald Trump Jr, conservative, is telling you to end the boycott.
Meanwhile, consubversative media is focusing on random nonsense like the marketing lead for Bud Light being against frat culture. Meanwhile, the genius detectives at the TimCast have unearthed photos of her chugging beer… from 2006. You hear that you fuckin’ wokesters? We’re cool with the troons, but we caught your marketing lead shotgunning a beer twenty years ago.
RedPillGangTV is someone I’ve relied on heavily for the recent e-drama series on Fuentes. However, he has a mildly off target take here.
I understand what he’s saying, and Striker said something similar.
Bud has lost $5 billion in sales but their stock is still going up.If you don’t buy Bud Light because they promote LGBT propaganda, Jew hedgefunds allocate more money to them to make up the difference.Post war US right economic theory is false, which is why these boycotts never work. All economies are centrally planned and always will. Overthrow capitalism or become a tranny, no third option.
He links to Market Watch, which shows this graph.
We see Anheuser-Busch, the parent conglomerate, seeing their share price dip from a high of $66.7 on April 2nd, dip to $63.4 on April 12th, and climb back up to $64.25 today, April 18th. Normally I’d agree, big business is fake. However, this may be a rare case where the unfocused and atomized consumers actually can make a difference, because of the specifics of the market.
Consider these reports from bars across America:
- Case & Bucks near Anheuser-Busch’s HQ in St. Louis has seen a 30% drop in Bud Light bottle sales and a 50% drop in Bud Light on tap.
- Braintree Brewhouse in Massachusetts, a huge sports bar near liberal Boston, normally sells 25 Bud Light bottles to each bottle of rivals Miller Lite and Coors Light, but this week there has been an 80% drop in Bud Light drinkers. Owner Alex Kesaris went an extra step and found out that the 20% who did order Bud Light hadn’t heard the news, but said “they didn’t order it again” after other customers told them about Dylan Mulvaney.
- A bar in Texas with a dart league sponsored by Bud Light normally sells three kegs of Bud Light during the weekly event, or 495 12-ounce bottles. The bar only sold FOUR 12-ounce bottles this week, a decline of 99%.
- A pub in the LGBT-friendly neighborhood of Hell’s Kitchen in uber-liberal New York City reported a 58% drop in Bud Light draft sales and a 70% drop in bottle sales.
Bud Light is swill. I don’t drink it, and I don’t drink any of their competitors. The rest of the Anheuser-Busch brand is fairly mediocre, although there are a few decent options on here. However, none of them are free of competitors, and it’s trivial to switch to them. That’s physically true at a bar or when shopping at a liquor store, and said competitors will be right next to them on the menu at a restaurant.
The reason why alcohol corporations spend so much money on branding and advertising is because it matters. Even supposedly non-luxury brands like Bud Light get by on image. The consumer has many options to pick from, and those other options are essentially the same thing. Even without an organized boycott campaign, if people have even mildly negative feelings towards Bud Light, that’s going to be all it takes for them to see sustained and massive sales losses.
It is precisely because they are an achievable target for boycotting that consubversatives like Donald Trump Jr. are out there shilling hard for them. Because, as I keep saying, the real job of consubversatives is purely to get out in front of you, and make sure that you get nothing. When they aren’t leading you into fed honeypots, that is.
It remains to be seen if the obedient little shills manage to right the Bud Light ship. I fully expect that we’ll see some cosmetic changes at Bud Light HQ, followed by a flurry of puff pieces about how “wokeness,” was defeated, and the new CEO is taking a hard stand against “woke BDS,” or something faggoty like that. In the meantime, in addition to boycotting Bud Light, consider boycotting the Republican Party. After all, there is a reason why Bud Light gives a majority of their funds to them, and not the DEMONrats. They get paid to stab you in the back.