Donald Trump Jr implores MAGA to withdraw Budweiser and Anheuser-Busch protests | wayne dupree

Donald Trump Jr. has urged conservatives to stop boycotting Budweiser and Anheuser-Busch after the company partnered with a transgender woman, which outraged many on the right.

The former president’s son released a statement on his “Triggered With Don Jr.” to show.

“I’m not for destroying an American, an iconic company for something like that,” he said.

“I think sometimes we tend to shoot first and aim second, not looking at the details… I get that guys. It’s easy. I’ve complained about that before on this show, that’s when we do it, Hey, we got you, and you know – Wuhan lab leak theory, COVID vaccines, whatever, it’s like two years later, we’ve proven themselves, ain’t- And we dunked them online, but they still won. It’s like the opposite of that. It’s a business like we’re dunking on them now, but when you actually examine it would be one of the most conservative companies in America.”

When Bud Light teamed up with TikTok transgender personality Dylan Mulvaney for the NCAA March Madness basketball tournament, conservatives reacted angrily. In her ‘being a girl’ series, Ms Mulvaney recorded her transitioning experiences over the past year. The company also released a can with his face on it.

Many conservative figures have expressed their dissatisfaction with the cooperation as a result. In a video he uploaded, Kid Rock can be seen pulling cases of Anheuser-Busch beer. Travis Tritt, a country artist, said he would remove Anheuser-Busch products from his tour itinerary.

However, Mr Trump said he did not hold the company as a whole responsible. He said the company “doesn’t indulge in the same left-wing nonsense as other major conglomerates.” In all honesty, they don’t indulge in the same woke garbage as other drinkers – people who, on closer inspection, are much worse.

Ms Mulvaney, on the other hand, has defended her affiliations with Bud Light and Nike against the barrage of right-wing criticism.

“The reason I think I’m so…Because I’m so new to this, I’m an easy target,” she said. trans woman who’s been doing this for, like, 20 years. They might believe there’s a possibility with me, I guess. But what is their goal?

Ms Mulvaney went on to say she was not scared of the assaults.

She remarked, “I’m worried about their listeners, not the people talking about me on their podcasts.” And I also believe it’s just a tough time. And now is definitely the time to act.

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