You won’t believe how much Dylan Mulvaney was paid by Anheuser-Busch to bring down Bud Light

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Dylan Mulvaney will be forever linked with Bud Light. 

Americans will never forget how one woke endorsement destroyed the popular beer brand. 

But you won’t believe how much Dylan Mulvaney was paid by Anheuser-Busch to bring down Bud Light. 

The gift that keeps on giving

Mulvaney is the most recognizable person who suffers from gender dysphoria in the entire world.

The 26-year-old adult man who believes himself to be a prepubescent girl has more than 10 million followers on TikTok alone.

But executives at Anheuser-Busch were not prepared for the fallout after they teamed up with Dylan Mulvaney. 

The decision to sponsor Mulvaney led to boycotts that have cost the company billions of dollars. 

When the controversy first broke, Anheuser-Busch CEO Brendan Whitworth attempted to mitigate the damage by claiming there was no formal relationship between the beer brand and the social media influencer. 

Whitworth insisted the special Bud Light can commemorating Mulvaney’s 365th day of living as a girl was nothing more than a “gift.” 

However, a new undercover report has revealed exactly how large of a gift they gave the world’s most infamous transgender influencer. 

The worst money Bud Light ever spent

Steven Crowder’s Mug Club Undercover team has obtained documentation that shows the celebratory can also came with a check larger than most families make in an entire year. 

Bud Light hired social influencer marketing company, Captiv8, to set up the deal. 

Documents from Captiv8 show Mulvaney was paid $185,000 to show off Bud Light’s special “gift” commemorating his full year living as a girl. 

But that wasn’t the end of the revelations from the Mug Club Undercover team. 

Crowder also aired audio from a panicked Captiv8 CEO Krishna Subramanian.

In the phone call, Subramanian warns staff not to talk to the media or answer any questions. 

“It is not even a profit motive – it is an ideological one,” Crowder said on his show, Louder with Crowder. “They want to try and edge you along. Even though it does not work, eventually they get their way in conditioning you to a social agenda. They lose money when they do this initially. They are ideological chop shops.”

$185,000 was the beginning of the end for Bud Light

Crowder is correct about the lack of profit in pushing a leftist agenda. 

It was only after paying Mulvaney $185,000 to endorse their alcoholic beverage that Bud Light truly started feeling the expense of their decision. 

The company lost more than $30 billion in market value and its stock was downgraded.

And Bud Light was replaced by Modelo as the top selling beer in America.

The boycott hurt so bad that InBev – the Belgium company that owns Anheuser-Busch – laid off about 400 people over the summer.

The cuts all came from the company’s U.S. workforce.

Dylaney Mulvaney is laughing all the way to the bank

But not everyone in the partnership is feeling the financial pinch.

Mulvaney is getting rich.

In addition to the $185,000 he received from Anheuser-Busch, Mulvaney is using the national attention the Bud Light controversy has afforded him to line his own pockets.

Mulvaney is pulling in tens of thousands of dollars in speaking fees, mostly talking to audiences filled with college students.

According to Mulvaney’s speaker profile listing, he’s charging $40,000 for a single speech.

The New Guard is reporting that $40,000 is double what Mulvaney was charging just a few months before the Bud Light scandal broke.  

The irony continues, as one of the topics he’s available to pontificate on is “women’s empowerment.”

It’s unlikely Mulvaney will be donating any of his speaking income to the Bud Light workers who have found themselves on the unemployment line due to his newfound celebrity.

Patriot Political will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.