Bud Light’s Mulvaney Mess Hurts American Jobs Due to Transgenderism

Bud Light’s recent promotion involving transgender individual Dylan Mulvaney has sparked a widespread national boycott. However, the boycott has had unintended consequences, leading to the loss of around 650 jobs in two bottling factories.

Bud Light’s Parent Company Deserves to Be Punished

The boycott has caused Bud Light to lose its position as the top beer brand in the US market, resulting in significant profit and market share losses.

However, it is important to note that the boycott should have targeted all brands under Bud Light’s parent company, Anheuser-Busch, which is based in Belgium.

It appears that the source of the issue lies within the parent corporation. Anheuser-Busch also owns a Mexican beer brand that has surpassed Bud Light in US sales.

While Bud Light has been heavily impacted by the Mulvaney fiasco, it seems that Anheuser-Busch itself has not been affected.

As a result of the boycott and declining sales, two bottling factories operated by the Ardagh Group in Louisiana and North Carolina have been forced to lay off hundreds of workers.

Transgenderism Killing American Jobs Now

Ardagh, the company that produces bottles for Bud Light, had to lay off all of its 245 workers in its Simsboro factory and all of its nearly 400 employees in Wilson, according to a report by The Daily Mail.

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