Anheuser-Busch is the latest company to go woke.
And they are already paying a heavy price.
Now Bud Light’s “woke” transgender stunt just launched a new competitor in America’s beer wars.
At last count, Bud Light’s promotion of extremist transgender activist Dylan Mulvaney had cost the company some $6 billion.
“Stay the f*** away from our kids”
And now Seth Weathers, the CEO of the conservative lifestyle brand Freedom Speaks Up, has released an ad for his new conservative-themed beer.
The ad received more than a million views on Twitter in less than 24 hours.
The new “Conservative Dad’s Ultra Right” beer aims to become the next beer step into the void left from the fallout of Bud Light’s advertising campaign that alienated the majority of the brand’s customer base.
“America’s been drinking beer from a company that doesn’t even know which restroom to use,” Weathers said.
“That’s why I created Conservative Dad’s Ultra Right 100% Woke Free Beer,” he stated.
“As conservatives, we’re constantly getting hit in the face, left and right, by the woke mind virus. But the last place we want it is in our beer,” he added, before throwing a baseball off-screen.
“If you know which bathroom to use, you know what beer you should be drinking. Stop giving money to woke corporations that hate our values.” he continued.
Weathers then lined up a can of Bud Light on a baseball tee, and smashed the can with a baseball bat.
Then, with the baseball bat pointed directly at the camera, the ad finishes with Weathers saying, “And to the rest of you woke corporations: stay the f*** away from our kids.”
Not the only one taking on Bud Light
Weathers is not the only American taking on Bud Light and its parent company, Anheuser Busch InBev.
Republican Presidential candidate and entrepreneur, Vivek Ramaswamy, attacked Bud Light’s move as well, selling his own koozies with the phrase “Bud Right” printed on them.
And the highly publicized and controversial move by Bud Light has seen top musicians taking on the beer brand as well.
Kid Rock took to social media and shot a case of Bud Light with a rifle.
Country star Travis Tritt announced that he will no longer carry the beer, or any Anheuser Busch products, on his tours.
And fellow country musician John Rich has removed Bud Light from the bar he owns in Nashville, Tennessee.
A Budweiser distributor in Springfield, Missouri has even canceled all the planned appearances of the iconic Clydesdale horses in light of the controversy.
In Wyoming, a popular “Cowboy bar” has dropped Bud Light from its beer menu, and other bars around the country are following suit.
Ultra Right beer sales picking up
Currently, Weathers’ Ultra Right beer sales are picking up, even with a hefty price tag of $35 per six pack.
The high price is because of shipping costs as the new beer isn’t yet available in stores.
Weathers responded to one social media post about the high cost.
“Love it and really want to support you but when I went to order, it was $35 for a 6-pack including shipping,” @AceMcGee9 tweeted. “Can’t do that.”
“We can’t legally sell in stores yet,” Weathers replied. “When we do, that will greatly reduce our prices. Once we sell a lot and can produce in mega batches it’ll also be a big price reduction but I understand if people want to give their money to Walmart and Bud Light to trans the kids instead.”
Given the widespread publicity of the new beer, and the potential for in-store sales, Weathers just may be able to give Bud Light a run for its money.
US Political Daily will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.