It’s official: Anheuser-Busch can’t even give its product away for free after its pro-transgender publicity stunt. Stores in the Midwest are attempting to “sell” cases of Bud Light beer for free before they get skunky on the shelves, with the company offering up to a $15 rebate on products sold this Memorial Day weekend.
Conservatives across the country have proven that boycotting companies that promote evil ideologies can be an effective strategy. Most recently, Target is experiencing a similar boycott after partnering with a supporter of Satan (not an exaggeration) to sell their pro-LGBTQ+ merchandise.
Target’s new business partner is quoted stating: “In order to keep transphobes at bay we must eradicate them, it is very important to not engage in conversation with them – fascists do not listen to reason and they do not deserve the trans person’s valuable time.”
In addition to partnering with a self-proclaimed satanist, Target began selling “light binding effect” tops and “tuck-friendly” shorts in the children’s clothing section.
Thanks to conservatives’ boycott, Target has reportedly lost $9 billion dollars over the past week.
After taking the financial hit, Target began pulling their Pride and “Satanic” merchandise from both stores and online. Their corporate headquarters even held an “emergency meeting” to avoid a “Bud Light” situation.
The moral of the story is this, the boycotts are working. Clear-headed Americans are disgusted by corporations continuing to promote the evil ideology of transgenderism, especially upon children.
To those continuing to boycott, keep it up! It’s working.
Business Development Associate