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Why Conservatives Are Boycotting Brands Like Bud Light And Jack Daniels

Why Conservatives Are Boycotting Brands Like Bud Light And Jack Daniels

( – Since their collaboration with a transgender activist sparked an online uproar and demands for a boycott of the brand, Bud Light has not posted anything on social media.

According to a representative for Anheuser-Busch, the parent company of Bud Light, the firm “works with hundreds of influencers across our brands as one of many ways to truly connect with audiences across various demographics,” according to Newsweek on Monday.

Mulvaney’s commemorative can “was a gift to honor a personal milestone and is not for sale to the general public,” they continued.

In a video he shared with his 1.7 million Instagram followers on April 2, Dylan Mulvaney stated that Bud Light had sent him a customized can with his face on it to celebrate 365 days of being a female.

The controversy surrounding transgender brand ambassadors is representative of a more considerable discussion over transgender women’s engagement in female concerns and venues.

While some believe transgender women should be treated the same as ordinary women, others contend their differences call for protecting previously fought-for women’s rights.

At an open bar at an event in Iowa, supporters of Kari Lake, the Trump-backed GOP candidate for governor of Arizona in 2022, declined to drink Bud Light in response to calls for a boycott of the brew.

In a popular video, musician Kid Rock shot numerous cases of Bud Lite. In a video he shared on Twitter on Tuesday, Kid Rock stated, “Grandpa’s feeling a bit frisky today.”

There were also tears in his eyes, and he was wearing a MAGA hat and a hoodie that advertised the inaugural annual Kid Rock Fish Fry.

The musician added, “Let me say something to all of you, and be as plain and concise as possible.”

The next seven seconds were spent by Kid Rock firing his weapon at a 50-foot-distance display of 12-packs of Bud Light.

Kid Rock turned back to the camera as beer cans exploded uttering the words, “F**k Anheuser-Busch and f**k Bud Light.”

Conservatives in public quickly voiced their discontent. “Do you honestly believe that selling beer by having a male pose as a woman is how you do it?” asked political pundit Tomi Lahren in a tweet directed at the company.

Michael Crispi, a former candidate for the New Jersey congressional seat, tweeted, “Boycott Bud Lite and NEVER DRINK IT AGAIN EVER,” while Robby Starbuck, a former candidate for the Tennessee congressional primary, wrote, “I never desired a beer less than this.”

Using the hashtag #GoWokeGoBrokeBudLight, conservatives are posting videos of Bud Light being dumped down the sink.

Although defending the alliance, the company, which had often been tweeting in the days before the controversy, now appears to weather the social media storm by remaining silent.

Mulvaney has cooperated with various firms, including the fashion label Kate Spade. He started documenting his shift on TikTok and has already racked up over 10 million followers.

He spoke with President Joe Biden on transgender rights at the White House in October. On March 13, Vice President Kamala Harris sent him a letter commemorating her first year as a trans woman.

“You continue to break barriers and inspire young people across our country and around the world,” Harris said to Mulvaney.

Some Twitter users pointed out that Bud Light had been a partner of LGBT Pride “for over 20 years” in response to demands for a boycott of the company.

Others emphasized that other significant beer brands vowed to support the LGBTQ+ community.

The topic of transgender rights is becoming increasingly divisive. In a survey conducted by the Pew Research Center last year, it was discovered that 38% of respondents thought society had accepted transgender persons excessively. In comparison, 36% thought it had not gone far enough.

Bud Light is not the only company that has come under fire for its alliance with transgender activists, and requests have been made to stop drinking it.

Despite the “small town, big pride” commercial from whiskey manufacturer Jack Daniel’s partnering with drag queens from Ru Paul’s Drag Race being nearly two years old, social media users have taken offense at it since calls to boycott Bud Light.

In June 2021, Jack Daniels announced that it had collaborated with three drag queens from the popular TV program to create a collection of videos titled Drag Queen Summer Glamp, unveiled in June.

Participants are required to do tasks at the company’s Lynchburg, Tennessee, distillery.

The whiskey producers described it as “a bold new experience—for both the queens and their hosts” at the time. Lauren Richmond, then-brand manager for Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Fire, said that while being an “unexpected relationship,” the campaign “reaffirms our commitment to the LGBTQ+ community.”

As one of the drag queens in the ad said, “Jack Daniel’s gets drag culture—which is all about celebrating originality and allowing others to accept you as you are.”

Another attendee, Manila Luzon, remarked, “This is how Pride should be celebrated: with friends, new and old, in a setting you wouldn’t anticipate.”

Since then, the episodes as well as other marketing materials have been made available on the business’s website. The website states, “Jack Fire and Pride go together like cinnamon and whiskey.”

Jack Daniel’s support for the LGBTQ+ community has been well-documented for 22 months. Still, it is now being questioned more than ever because transgender rights and liberties are a significant point of contention in the cultural wars.

Jack Daniel’s has “gone full woke,” according to Benny Johnson, a political columnist, and representative of the non-profit Turning Point USA, who also stated on April 5 that this was “a *good* business move given Jack Daniels is only ordered by the mentally sick already.”

Country singer-songwriter Travis Tritt tweeted one of the campaign’s promotional photos along with the message, “Drinkers of the whiskey should take attention.”

“Are you seriously kidding me?” a user posted. “Time to leave their merchandise on the racks in the stores.”

“Jack Daniels you just lost a devoted drinker, never again,” remarked another.

If the goal of Anheuser Busch and Bud Light is to attract younger crowds, shouldn’t it be targeting all sports fans? In his video, Mulvaney admits he didn’t know what March Madness was!

Many conservatives feel the far-left is promoting not only transgenderism but also child grooming and pedophilia while also pandering to the ‘woke’ far-left mob.

But more importantly, the push for transgenderism by “woke” companies like Jack Daniels and Anheuser Busch is “a slap in the face” for “actual” women who are being replaced by so-called “transgender people.”

It attacks hard-working women who have sacrificed and fought for rights that men are now taking over. America is better than this, and women deserve better.

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( – Joe Biden has decided not to run for reelection.

On Sunday afternoon, Biden declared his plan and promised to provide further details shortly.

“It has been the greatest honor of my life to serve as your President,” Biden’s statement read. “And while it has been my intention to seek reelection, I believe it is in the best interest of my party and the country for me to stand down and to focus solely on fulfilling my duties as President for the remainder of my term.”

Although Vice President Kamala Harris was expressly endorsed as his successor, he congratulated her in his statement for “being an extraordinary partner in all this work.”

But Biden later gave “my full support and endorsement for Kamala to be the nominee of our party this year” in a statement uploaded on X.

Then, in a powerful message to Democrats, Biden urged them to unite and defeat Trump, emphasizing the importance of collective action in the upcoming election.

Do you believe VP Kamala Harris will be the 2024 Democratic presidential nominee?

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9 Secret Service Failures that Led to Trump Almost Being Assassinated

9 Secret Service Failures that Led to Trump Almost Being Assassinated

( – This past Saturday, during a campaign rally in Butler, Pennsylvania, former President Donald Trump came dangerously close to being assassinated in what is believed to be the biggest Secret Service blunder in forty years.

The fact remains that the organization tasked with defending Trump was unable to prevent the gunman, 20-year-old Thomas Matthew Crooks, from setting up shop less than 500 feet away, killing Corey Comperatore, a 50-year-old volunteer fire chief, and hitting President Trump in the ear.

Numerous investigations are in progress, but there have been few replies yet. Kimberly Cheatle, the director of the Secret Service, is scheduled to testify before the House Oversight Committee on Monday.

The following nine significant security lapses by the Secret Service that we are now aware of require attention:

1. There was an apparent security concern from the rooftop from where Crooks fired shots at Trump. According to NBC News, the Secret Service had recognized the rooftop as a possible point of vulnerability in the days leading up to the rally.

Why was the building given to local law enforcement and not included in the Secret Service’s inside perimeter? Why wasn’t the building’s perimeter secured? How did rally participants see Crooks ascending to the rooftop and positioning himself before the police could stop him?

When did the Secret Service’s counter-sniper teams learn about him, and why weren’t any of them designated to keep an eye on the rooftop?

2. The Secret Service allowed local police enforcement to be housed inside the structure instead of outside on the roof. According to Cheatle, the choice was to house local law enforcement inside the structure instead of on top of it.

She asserted that the roof’s “slope” was a “safety factor” in the decision. Dan Bongino, a podcast presenter and former Secret Service agent, has dubbed that “bullsh-t.”

In his July 18, 2024, podcast episode, Bongino stated that he had heard from sources that local police snipers were placed inside because they were pitted against counter-snipers and thought they could accomplish the task from the building’s second story.

This raises the question: Why weren’t counter-snipers on the rooftop watching for would-be snipers?

3. The building’s exterior was not secure, which gave Crooks access to the rooftop. Who was guarding the building from the outside or the rooftop from below, even if local police snipers were not stationed on the rooftop?

Did local law enforcement officers have a watch duty at the building? The Washington Post stated that although the agency had planned ahead, local police had informed the Secret Service before Saturday that they did not have the means to place a patrol car and officer outside the facility.

Why didn’t the Secret Service devise a backup strategy? How did Crooks manage to go to the top unhindered and get a direct line of sight with Trump?

4. About three hours before Trump spoke, at around 3 p.m., local law police noticed Crooks near a magnetometer with a range finder. After that, they lost sight of him. Why hadn’t law enforcement or the Secret Service questioned or followed him earlier?

CNN reports that Crooks caused a stir when he passed past magnetometers erected to check participants for the presence of a range finder. This device resembles a tiny pair of binoculars and is frequently used by the military or hunters to locate targets.

According to Bongino, there is disagreement over whether he used magnetometers in real life. Nevertheless, he was supposedly seen close to them.

The questions are: Who saw Crooks using the range finder, and who was informed of the sighting? Why wasn’t he followed up with or questioned at that point?

5. Crooks was not stopped or questioned even though local law enforcement officers reportedly saw him about an hour before Trump was scheduled to speak.

They saw him hanging outside the building, scoping the rooftop, returning with a backpack, and pulling out a range finder. They reported him to a command center.

It is unclear to whom Crooks was reported, whether the Secret Service knew about him then, and why he was not apprehended or questioned in light of his suspicious activity.

How was he permitted to ascend onto the rooftop without being stopped if he was under the notice of the Secret Service or local law enforcement?

6. About 20 minutes before Trump entered the stage, at 5:52 p.m., the Secret Service allegedly saw Crooks on the rooftop. Despite this, the agency did not prevent Trump from taking the platform.

At 5:52 p.m., ABC News reported he was spotted on the rooftop by Secret Service snipers. Why was Trump permitted to speak on stage even though?

When a local police officer observed Crooks on the rooftop sometime around 6:02 p.m., it was said that he pointed his gun at him, which caused him to tumble back down and hurt himself.

Were the Secret Service snipers present when this occurred, and if so, why were they inactive at that time?

7. The Secret Service snipers did nothing before Crooks fired at Trump, even though he had drawn his gun and positioned himself to shoot him.

Why wasn’t he neutralized before he could shoot Trump, even after the Secret Service recognized him as a threat and after he took out a gun and took up position?

Why was there an 11-second delay between Crooks’ initial shot at Trump and the Secret Service snipers’ fatal shot, assuming they had seen him at 5:52 p.m.?

8. Trump arrived on stage at 6:02 p.m., and for ten minutes, no action was taken to remove him from the platform until Crooks was able to open fire on him at 6:12 p.m.

Why wasn’t Trump removed from the stage, even if Secret Service snipers saw Crooks on the rooftop and were unsure of what to do?

Who decided not to try to remove him, and was there an attempt to do so?

9. No drone monitoring was conducted during the event, which would have allowed law police to catch Crooks scaling the rooftop earlier.

Despite the Secret Service’s capacity to request drone monitoring, Bongino claims no drone was used to record the event.

Was that capability requested by the Secret Service? If yes, who disputed it and to what extent?

On Monday, Cheatle—who has acknowledged that she has no plans to retire despite receiving calls for her resignation—will have many questions to respond to.

Should the Secret Service Director be immediately fired?

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( – Over the past eight years, leftists who have called for violence against President Trump and his followers have become all too familiar to us.

Now that an attempt on Trump’s life was foiled at his Pennsylvania rally the previous weekend, we must give these unlawful threats against the former president and his allies more careful thought.

A well-known far-left live streamer named Destiny—a man with a female name—went on a hateful rampage against the late Trump supporter Corey Comperatore during the past week after Comperatore was struck by a bullet that was accidentally fired at the president.

It didn’t take long for blue-haired lefties like Destiny to start joyfully celebrating the death of a Trump fan while lamenting the fact that the assassin didn’t manage to kill the former president.

His words promoting violence led to his (supposedly) demonetization on X, and he was also temporarily suspended from, a well-known streaming service, for making the same heinous statements.

Many conservatives supported Destiny’s right to make such remarks as an example of the First Amendment.

But Destiny changed his tone during the RNC, going from endorsing violence to openly endorsing political assassinations.


After facing a series of personal challenges, including a highly publicized divorce, Destiny suffered a dramatic meltdown.

During an impromptu interview with The Gateway Pundit journalist Elijah Schaffer during the RNC in Milwaukee, WI, the host of The Young Turks, Ana Kasparian, went out of her way to denounce these remarks even though some conservatives were quick to accuse all liberals of thinking the same way.

It’s alarming to see someone with Destiny’s level of popularity advocating for political violence. However, it’s heartening to see progressive colleagues like Ana Kasparian criticize him for his deplorable remarks and serve as a reminder that, occasionally, people have public breakdowns.

Should far-left liberals promoting violence, like Destiny, be immediately de-platformed and demonetized?

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