Donald Trump Jr. urged conservatives to stop boycotting Budweiser and Anheuser-Busch after the firm partnered with a transgender woman, which has outraged many on the right.
The son of the former president made a statement on his “Triggered With Don Jr.” show.
“I’m not for destroying an American, an iconic company for something like this,” he declared.
“I think sometimes we do have the tendency of like shooting first and aiming second, not looking into the details … I get that guys. It’s easy. I’ve complained about that on this show before, which is when we do the, Hey, we got you, and you know — Wuhan lab leak theory, COVID vaccines, whatever, it’s like two years later we’re proven, right? And we dunk on them online, but they still won. This is like the opposite of that. This is one like we’re dunking on them now, but when you actually look into it, they’d be one of the more conservative-leaning companies in America.”
When Bud Light teamed up with transgender TikTok personality Dylan Mulvaney for the NCAA March Madness basketball tournament, conservatives responded angrily. In her day “of being a girl” series, Ms. Mulvaney has recorded her experiences transitioning over the past year. The business also issued a can with her face on it.
Many conservative figures expressed displeasure about the cooperation as a result. In a video that he uploaded, Kid Rock can be seen firing cases of Anheuser-Busch beer. Travis Tritt, a country artist, declared he would remove Anheuser-Busch goods from his tour itinerary.
However, Mr. Trump claimed he did not hold the firm as a whole responsible. He said that the business “doesn’t engage in the same leftist nonsense as the other big conglomerates.” They don’t engage in the same woke trash, in all honesty, that other drinkers do—people who, upon closer inspection, are far worse.
Ms. Mulvaney, on the other hand, defended her affiliations with Bud Light and Nike against the barrage of right-wing criticism.
“The reason I believe I am so…Because I’m so new to this, I’m an easy target, she said. “I believe it’s much harder to go after a trans lady who has been doing this for, like, 20 years. They could believe there’s a possibility with me, I suppose.But what is their objective?
Ms. Mulvaney continued by saying that she was unfazed by the assaults.
She remarked, “I’m worried about their listeners, not the folks talking about me on their podcasts. “And I also believe that this is just a difficult period. And it’s definitely time to act now.