A recent Toronto Pride event featured a communist transgender flag, nudity and drag queen performances. Bud Light is a sponsor of Toronto Pride.
Ex-transgender influencer Oli London shared a video Saturday from The Post Millennial, revealing transgender activists raising a communist transgender flag during Toronto Pride’s “Trans Pride March.”
“They are not even trying to hide their ultimate goal anymore…communism,” he tweeted.
The pride event, which was sponsored by Bud Light, comes amid the ongoing conservative boycott of the company.
Conservatives initiated a successful boycott of Bud Light products in April following the company’s partnership with Dylan Mulvaney, a transgender influencer on social media.
According to Townhall, sale volumes on the week of June 10 indicated a 30.3% decline from the same time last year, representing the largest weekly decrease in sales since the beginning of the boycott in April.
Additionally, Modelo replaced Bud Light as the top selling beer in the United States in May.
After weeks of decreasing sales, Bud Light recently addressed the controversy surrounding Bud Light’s support of the transgender movement.
“To all our valued consumers, we hear you,” Brendan Whitworth, Anheuser-Busch CEO, said. “Our summer advertising launches next week, and you can look forward to Bud Light reinforcing what you’ve always loved about our brand — that it’s easy to drink and easy to enjoy.
Whitworth assured customers that as Bud Light moves forward, the company will “focus” on what it does best by “brewing great beer and earning our place in moments that matter to you.”
Despite its promise to focus on brewing beer, Bud Light appears to be continuing its partnership with the LGBTQ+ movement.
Collin Rugg, co-owner of Trending Politics, shared a video of Bud Light’s “guest appearance” at Toronto’s Pride Parade, suggesting that Bud Light is “going all in with the LGBT audience.”
“Are they trying to set a record for the quickest destruction of a company in history?” he tweeted. “Bud Light was a sponsor of the Toronto event where adults were spotted naked in front of children. Some booths at the event were pushing for sex ed to begin in kindergarten. Bud Light seems to only be pushing more people away considering weekly sales are down over 25%.”
During a Friday night event at Toronto Pride, a stage sponsored by Bud Light also featured a provocative drag queen performance with a near-topless performer, according to The Post Millennial. While the event had a 19+ requirement for entrance to the stage, The Post Millennial reported that the stage could be seen without entering the designated area.