The Bud Light and Target boycott made it clear that consumers have had enough of the woke madness.
But it seems like some corporations never learn.
And a photo of Dylan Mulvaney and Tony the Tiger just surfaced that is bad news for Frosted Flakes.
Americans are starting to wonder what U.S. corporate executives are thinking.
A Tiger by the tail
Frosted Flakes joined the fray as news hit that Bud Light is no longer America’s best-selling beer.
Transgender “influencer” Dylan Mulvaney, who single handedly brought Bud Light to its financial ruin, seems to have set his sights on Tony the Tiger and Frosted Flakes.
Mulvaney recently went blonde and posed with the iconic cereal mascot at the Tony Awards.
The controversial transgender influencer appeared on the 76th Tony Awards red carpet wearing a black diamond-embellished gown featuring a mesh corset showing his shoulders.
Mulvaney and Tony the Tiger posed for several photos and exchanged smiles and laughs.
“Tony is thrilled to celebrate all the amazing talent and present them with a new ‘Tony’ moment after the curtain falls,” Laura Newman, senior director of brand marketing at Kellogg Company said.
Fans of Frosted Flakes were not amused.
And by all accounts, Kellogg could be headed to the same fate as Bud Light, Target, and Cracker Barrel, who have all seen sales plummet after kneeling to the “Pride Police.”
The growing list of woke and broke companies
Mulvaney has faced intense backlash for his recent LGBTQ transgender campaign with Bud Light.
So far, the move has cost Anheuser-Busch $27 billion in market value. Bud Light also lost its long-running reign as the number-one beer in America.
Bud Light executives, seemingly oblivious to the uproar, initially defended the move before later attempting a half-hearted apology to its customers.
But as sales continue to slip and Bud Light continues to lose customers, it appears the weak apology was too little too late.
Other brands, such as Kohl’s, Nike, Target, and Cracker Barrel have seen similar blowback from its woke “pride” propaganda.
Target released a Pride-themed clothing line for children with “tuck-friendly” women’s swimsuits to help men pretending to be women conceal their genitalia.
The company’s shares have plummeted 20% since mid-May, leading to a loss of over $15 billion in market value.
Not so grrrreat
The transgender controversy has also brought out more bad news for the cereal giant.
“Fine by me!” one consumer wrote. “Actually I’m surprised they didn’t transition Tony the Tiger into Toni the Tigress. Either way, I’m done with ’em. Although I hear that they taste pretty good using Bud Lite instead of milk…so there’s that.”
Another pointed out that this is nothing new for Kellogg’s, which is why they “stopped buying Kellogg products many years ago when I learned they were the major funder of the W.K. Kellogg Foundation.”
“The nonprofit arm of Kellogg’s – America’s cereal and sweets giant – is reportedly a major donor to the Leftist billionaire George Soros Open Society Institute and the ultra-liberal Tides Center,” they added.
While normal Americans wonder when the madness will end, the real question may be which company will be next?
Patriot Political will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.