• June 14, 2024

Budweiser’s New Can Design Just Proved They May Be Backing Down From The Woke Nonsense…

 Budweiser’s New Can Design Just Proved They May Be Backing Down From The Woke Nonsense…

Can the wokeness inside be hidden under a covering of camouflage?

According to the New York Post, Anheuser-Busch is placing a wager on it.

According to a report from The Washington Post based on “sources briefed on the situation,” corporate representatives met with distributors in St. Louis last week and presented some solutions for handling the weeks-long boycott that started when Bud Light teamed with transgender influencer Dylan Mulvaney.

Anheuser-Busch, which ran into trouble with consumers over the looks of a beer can featuring Mulvaney’s smiling face, is reportedly hoping the same tactic, with a different look, could help the firm out of it.

The Post reported on Tuesday that Anheuser-Busch will produce aluminum bottles of Budweiser and Bud Light with a camouflage print.

The “Folds of Honor” program, which awards scholarships to the families of deceased and handicapped service members and first responders, will also be depicted on the bottles.

The rumored initiative reminds me of a competitor Yuengling’s push to make camouflage cans in favor of Team Red, White & Blue, a charity that promotes veterans’ health. Yuengling is the oldest brewery in America.


Since the brand’s collaboration with Mulvaney garnered media attention on social media, Bud Light sales have decreased. The trans activist said on Instagram that the manufacturer sent him the can featuring his image to honor his “day 365 of womanhood.”

The Post said that according to statistics provided by Bump Williams Consulting and NielsenIQ, Bud Light sales for the week ending May 6 were down 23.6 percent from a year ago, just slightly less than the 23.3 percent loss of the previous week.

Williams said sales declines in the 20 percent range might be Bud Light’s new normal, according to the U.K.’s Daily Mail.

“I don’t think the declines in sales/volume will get any worse, but I do think their negative volume trends will continue,” the analyst said.

He claimed that Memorial Day weekend and the summer, when sales are brisk, will be the times when the full effects of the boycott will be most apparent.

In an Op-Ed for Fox News on Tuesday, Anson Frericks, co-founder of Strive Asset Management and a former Anheuser-Busch executive, said he expects the boycott’s fury is not spent.

“Conventional wisdom holds that controversies blow over, news cycles cycle and noisy protestors eventually quiet down,” he wrote.

However, Frericks said, “All signs indicate that the Bud Light controversy isn’t going away. Why not?”

Beyond that, according to Frericks, the message is that politics and beer belong in different realms and shouldn’t mix.

He wrote that “for every Kid Rock shooting bullets into Bud Light cans on Tik Tok or gay bar loudly dumping the brand for not being LGBT-friendly enough, there are hundreds if not thousands of Americans who just don’t want their choice in beer to be political — not pro-trans, not anti-trans, not any-trans.”

According to Frericks, Americans no longer support the kind of feel-good social activism that businesses once hoped would win them over.

“The Bud Light controversy is therefore more than the latest flash point in the culture wars,” he wrote. “It is part of a larger cultural shift.

“In 2020 and 2021, much of corporate America saw advocating for social issues as an easy way to score points with customers.”

“Now, the tide has turned,” Frericks said. “A poll conducted earlier this year shows that 68% of Americans think that companies that speak out on social issues do it as a marketing ploy. And a study out earlier this month shows that Americans are much more likely to distrust institutions they view as politicized — even when they take political positions that align with their views.”


He said that neither conservative nor liberal should a beer brand be.

“To correct course, Anheuser-Busch must publicly commit to staying out of political issues moving forward. Anheuser-Busch may have had to learn this lesson the hard way, but for other companies, the lesson should be much easier to swallow,” Frericks wrote.


The woke agenda is being promoted everywhere.

Not only is it being promoted on television, and in movies, but that is just the tip of the iceberg.

Even the stores that we shop at are funding the very liberal, commie, woke agendas that we are doing our best to rail against.

Now, we have to deal with our meat being pumped full of this new mRNA junk!

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What agendas, if any, is this company funding?
What narratives are being pushed by this company?
Do I trust that the products I’m buying are safe?
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