Richard Hudson’s crew has Bud Light’s back
We’ve all heard ad nauseam how our barely-there, face-grabbing congressman got appointed head of the National Republican Congressional Campaign Committee (NRCC). We all know about the outrage sparked by Bud Light’s decision to appoint this really bizarre tranny as its new spokesperson. The tranny even got its own commemorative beer cans and a starring role in the beer’s commercials.
Anheuser Busch has been hit hard in the wallet, thanks to so many of its customers moving on to other brands. The attempted tranny-ization of America is something that has average, everyday America fired up.
But Hudson and the NRCC are quietly trying to tamp all that excitement down:
[…] Conservative pundits and figures have recently expressed outrage and called for boycotts after Bud Light partnered with transgender influencer and activist Dylan Mulvaney for a sponsored post. [….]
The backlash appeared to recede somewhat when the National Republican Congressional Committee (NRCC) deleted a fundraising initiative taking aim at the Bud Light situation. According to a Sunday report from The Daily Beast, the influential group, which works to elect GOP candidates to the House of Representatives, shared and then quietly deleted a campaign using the controversy as a springboard for fundraising. […]
‘”Thanks to Dylan Mulvaney, we can all finally admit that Bud Light tastes like water,” the group’s original tweet read.
While the NRCC has not confirmed why the campaign was taken down, as The Daily Beast reported, it is a notable factor that Anheuser-Busch is a significant donor to the group the Republican Party at large, giving nearly $500,000 to the NRCC during the 2022 election cycle. The outlet heard from some within the party that the move was unsurprising, with the original campaign being likened to the NRCC biting the hands that feed them.[…]
*It’s so nice to see how easily Middle America, traditional values, the GOP platform, and common sense can be trumped by a fat campaign check.*
*Make that check fat enough, and we’ll stand for or support or tolerate ANYTHING you want us to.*
Thom Tillis could not have done it better.
3 thoughts on “Richard Hudson’s crew has Bud Light’s back”
Hugely disappointing – let’s sacrifice principles for the sake of the mighty dollar. The GOP has learned nothing. If the NRCC stood up for principles the money lost from AB would have been replaced by patriot Americans many times over.
This should surprise no one if you know the history of the Republican Party. The GOP was founded by radical abolitionists who immediately threw the nation into a dreadful war between the states. Then the South had to suffer under Radical Republican Reconstruction. Meanwhile, the GOP became the party of northern big business interests and has remained so until this day. They are the party of Big Business, the Military Industrial Complex (which explains their support for all foreign wars), and endless corporate tax cuts. No wonder that the country is continuing its lurch to the Left. The GOP has never been a conservative party and never will be. While the Christian base is conservative, the RINOs rule. Never forget that.
With all due respect to Richard Hudson, chair of the National Republican Campaign Committee (NRCC), the NRCC is willing to sacrifice principles for contributions from Anheuser Busch. As a life-long conservative Republican, as a former employee on Capitol Hill (House and Senate), and as a woman who can define “woman,” this issue is not about an organization contributing to conservative Republicans. It is about corporations willing to erase women by using trans or binary males advertising beer, women’s sports bras, and women’s lingerie. This shows a hatred of women, and a way to erase them.
If you, Congressman Hudson, are willing to accept contributions from Anheuser Busch for the 2024 congressional elections, then you too are willing to sacrifice traditional values and women on the altar of the dollar, and willing to erase women in the advertisement world.
Using a trans 27 year old man, pretending to be a woman, and parading around dressed as a 13 year old, or trying to look like Audrey Hepburn in the beer light commerce is an insult to women. Using a trans to advertise Niki sports areas is an insult to women. Using a binary male to model women’s lingerie rather than a real woman, is further insult to women.
Personally, I don’t contribute to the NRCC because I choose the candidates I want to support and how the money is spent. If you want conservative Republicans to contribute to NRCC, as chair you need to support traditional values, the RNC/NCGOP Platforms and women. Otherwise, you too are erasing women in the corporate world.
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