The fallout from Anheuser-Busch’s “woke” decision to rebrand Bud Light as a transgender beer has been so severe that the brand is on the verge of losing its status as the world’s number-one beer brand to Mexican competitor Modelo Especial.
Following its sixth straight week in a row of sales losses due to emblazoning a creepy image of transgender social media “influencer” Dylan Mulvaney on its Bud Light beer cans, Anheuser-Busch now faces the prospect of losing its top status to a Mexican beer import.
According to data from Bump Williams Consulting and NielsonIQ, sales of Modelo Especial surged over nine percent in the week ending on May 20. On a national basis, Modelo Especial is already outselling Bud Light, and within a year it will surpass the domestic brand if current trends continue.
“While Bud Light loses week after week, Modelo Especial gains week after week and now Modelo outsells Bud Light on a national basis across all trade channels combined,” reports explain. “If this continues Modelo will surpass Bud Light for the year.”
(Related: Anheuser-Busch is also facing civil rights backlash for discriminating against white people in its hiring process.)
Sales of Yuengling, “America’s Oldest Brewery,” also jumped 47.6 percent since Bud Light fiasco
Even more sales growth flowed into Yuengling, “America’s Oldest Brewery,” which has sold 47.6 percent more beer ever since Anheuser-Busch trans-ified its Bud Light brand.
Despite operating just three breweries and distributing to just 25 states, Yuengling is performing even better than Modelo Especial in terms of the number of new customers purchasing its beer instead of Bud Light.
You may recall that in 2016, Yuengling’s CEO endorsed then-candidate Donald Trump for president. This endorsement prompted a far-left LGBT backlash and boycott that never really went anywhere.
It turns out that most Americans still have an aversion to the LGBT agenda, which Anheuser-Busch failed to recognize – unless, of course, its company leadership is trying to self-sabotage the company. Why do you think Anheuser-Busch is committing corporate suicide with reckless abandon?
Despite the constant in-your-face advertising propaganda and media programming, LGBT remains largely unpopular among Americans who are tired of being “canceled” by left-wing bigots who seem to hate heterosexuality and all things natural and moral.
“They wanted to cancel us, so let’s cancel them!” one commenter wrote towards this end, referring to Americans canceling Anheuser-Busch products from their shopping lists.
“Alcohol and trans make a great couple,” wrote another. “People should cancel both as both are equally evil.”
Someone else aptly pointed out that this sudden woke revolution does seem to be intentionally taking aim at iconic American institutions like Anheuser-Busch, which once used to promote its beers using the famous Budweiser Clydesdales.
“I think all these assaults on American institutions are designed to destroy American culture, so they are attacking brands that Americans hold dear,” this person said.
“What they are learning is that our civic American pride is not defined by one single brand. It is defined by our unwavering spirit. So when one brand falls on the sword like this, another brand steps up to give Americans some pride and love.”
There may not always be another American company waiting in the wings to replace the latest woke catastrophe, though, especially since most of what used to define America has already been obliterated by the globalists.
“They offshored 70 percent of our manufacturing and value-added production, and are the biggest welfare queens,” another commenter wrote about the greedy, faceless multinational corporations that now rule America.
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