Comedian and popular podcast host Joe Rogan recently slammed Bud Light and Target after their latest LGBTQ and Pride Month partnerships sparked severe and costly backlash.
“Target lost billions of dollars because they tried to have this pride selection,” Rogan said on his podcast. “Well they had all these like Pride children’s shirts and then obviously the Bud Light thing with Dylan Mulvaney, they’ve lost 20 plus billion dollars.”
“Can you imagine, you’re just gonna send a f-cking can to some confused person that [posts about] ‘day 365 of womanhood,’ and you send that person a f-cking can with their face on it and your company loses $20 billion dollars?” Rogan continued.
“That is wild sh-t, man,” he added. “So we’re seeing that now, where we never saw that before, where people are going enough, enough. Stop shoving this down everybody’s throat. When I go to Target, I don’t want to see like yeah, f-cking tuck pants where they’re like designed to help you tuck your d-ck, like that’s not normal. And I don’t want that right in front of everybody. It’s weird.”
Rogan said there’s a lot of “real weirdness with this group of people that is trying to like change the way people view sexuality and gender and all these different things.”
“It’s like they’re proselytizing,” he added.
Recent estimates show Bud Light’s sales dropped 29.5% at the end of the week of May 20, as reported by Newsweek with data provided by Nielsen IQ and Bump Williams Consulting.
A law firm founded by a once top advisor to former President Donald Trump appears to be preparing to sue Anheuser-Busch for allegedly failing its shareholders with LGBTQ activist marketing that sparked a massive boycott and allegedly caused their shareholder value to plummet.
America First Legal, founded by former Trump adviser Stephen Miller, recently called on shareholders of Anheuser-Busch, Target, Kohls, and other companies promoting LGBTQ products at shareholders’ expense to contact them.