This story was originally published by the WND News Center.
As if a viral video tweet of Kid Rock shooting up cases of Bud Light wasn't enough of a PR disaster for Anheuser-Busch, country music star Travis Tritt announced Wednesday that he is banning all A-B products from his tour to protest against the "woke" brewing corporation's hiring of a "trans" fake "girly-girl" as a spokesman.
The femmy pretend-woman who has generated a gigantic backlash against A-B is Dylan Mulvaney, a 26-year-old biological man who has lived one year as a faux "woman" and whose antics on TikTok (10.8 million followers) range from co-opting children's book characters (he plays a six-year-old girl on one video while shilling for a famous hotel) to advocating for "trans health" coverage as he dishes on his "facial feminization surgeries" designed to rework his naturally male features to look more feminine.
Mulvaney is making a killing by exploiting big corporations' tendency to pander to all things LGBT. Amidst all the controversy over his Bud Light promotion, the TikTok star was signed on as a spokesman by Nike. The New York Post reported Thursday [pronouns altered to comport with biological reality]:
Nike on Wednesday day became the latest big-name company to face pushback from social media users for partnering with transgender activist Dylan Mulvaney.
Mulvaney unveiled her [his] paid partnership with Nike on Wednesday in several posts to Instagram, where she [he] wore some of the company’s activewear, including pants and a sports bra.
“Alert the media — I’m entering my workout era,” Mulvaney, a [biologically male] transgender woman, wrote in a caption for her [his] 2 million followers to see.
Each of the Instagram Stories is labeled on the platform as a paid partnership, which the social media site says “means that the person who shared it has a commercial relationship with the business partner that’s mentioned, and that they were compensated in some way for the post.”
The reaction from those who reject the notion that "trans women" are truly women was predictable: "Huff" @Huff4Congress tweeted Wednesday: "Hey, @nike! My wife is a physician and dietitian, has four kids, is a track coach, and runs a busy household while maintaining great exercise and eating habits. How about giving her an endorsement deal, instead of a skinny dude in lipstick?"
Beneath Huff's words was a photo of his physically fit wife juxtaposed with one of Dylan Mulvaney doing a yoga pose dressed in Nike sweatpants and a sports bra.
Many pundits, including WND founder Joseph Farah, and even politicians like Marjorie Taylor Greene, R-Ga., are opining that America is so bitterly divided between right and left that it may be time for a national "divorce," with red states and blue states coalescing to form separate nations with competing visions. "Trans rights" activist Mulvaney and the reaction to him epitomizes that divide.
On Wednesday, as conservatives and everyday Americans were cheering on Kid Rock's woke-beer-busting video and celebrating states passing anti-transgender-agenda bills, Mulvaney was in New York City, on Broadway, chumming it up with stars like singer Josh Groban, asking each one in a side-by-side video selfie what their first theatrical role was.
He began his TikTok video by saying, "It's Day 386 of being a girl. ..." At press time, the post drew almost 87,000 "likes" and more than 1,500 comments flooded in, with most sending their love and cheering him on.
And the bad news for beer lovers is that Anheuser-Busch is hardly alone in pandering to the LGBT agenda. "MAGA Catholic" tweeted on April 3: "If you’re going to boycott [Bud Light] by drinking Miller lite, I have bad news for you."
The tweet links to a website for a pro-LGBT Miller program called "Open & Proud."
The text in the MAGA Catholic's tweet reads:
Miller Lite aims to create safer, more accepting spaces at bars for members of the LGBTQ+ community because we believe that everyone should be able to be their true selves.
In partnership with Equality Federation, we launched the "Open & Proud" program in June 2021, to help make the 55,000 bars that serve Miller Lite become more inclusive to the LGBTQ+ community through local town halls, training guide development and implementation, plus continued support to our friends at Equality Federation and their important advocacy work. To date, Miller Lite has contributed $450,000 to cultivate change.
Equality Federation describes its mission as follows: "We work collaboratively on critical issues – from advancing workplace fairness and family recognition to defeating anti-transgender bills and HIV criminalization laws – that affect how LGBTQ+ people experience the world from cradle to grave."