Bud Light continues to pay the price for going woke.
No one has ever seen a backlash like this to a major company joining the Democrat Party in the culture wars.
And this liberal comic had one message for Bud Light that will leave the company in ruins.
Popular podcast host Joe Rogan ridiculed Bud Light for entering into a sponsorship agreement with transgender social media influencer Dylan Mulvaney.
Joe Rogan mocks Dylan Mulvaney
Rogan mocked Mulvaney – a grown man who wears a dress and pretends to be a teenage girl – as an attention seeker who plays up every cliché in the book.
Rogan warned that the agreement with Mulvaney landed Bud Light in “deep sh!t.”
“And so they’re gonna change that with this crazy attention whore on day 365 of being a woman,” Rogan stated. “It’s so stupid and cliché. It f–king — it hurts my feelings. It’s so dumb. This is a company in deep s–t, bro.”
Rogan previously blasted Mulvaney as a glory hound who was just playing a part to build an audience on social media.
“It’s just someone who wants a lot of attention,” Rogan previously said about Mulvaney. “You’re giving that someone a lot of attention, and you’re trying to reach another audience. I saw it and I was like, ‘What the f–k is this?’”
Fed Up Americans
The backlash to Mulvaney began after grassroots Americans grew fed up with corporate America pushing the woke agenda.
Eventually, country music stars like Travis Tritt said they would no longer serve Bud Light on their tour buses.
Sales cratered 17 percent and the company lost $6 billion in market cap.
Bud Light tried to play damage control by putting out a new ad positioning the beer as a staple of America while wrapping itself in patriotism.
Bud Light runs damage control
“This is a story bigger than beer,” the ad’s narrator declared. “This is the story of the American spirit.”
Rogan mocked the ad as the product of an AI program where some woke marketing executive asked it to write them a patriotic ad.
“It’s like the f–king dumbest, pro-America rah-rah [ad],” Rogan sneered.
“That’s probably a ChatGPT 4.0 version of the perfect American commercial,” Rogan added. “That’s really what it is … But it’s so obvious what they’re doing.”
The Bud Light boycott is not going away.
Every attempt by Anheuser Busch to put out the fire has failed.
And now the only question is when the company will hit rock bottom.
Patriot Political will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.