Instead of campaigning on what he can do for our country to earn our votes, Gov. Ron DeSantis is stuck on his battle against wokeness. Meatball Ron is targeting Bud Light’s parent company, suggesting to Fox News’s Jesse Watters that it “breached legal duties” by using transgender social media influencer Dylan Mulvaney for marketing purposes.
Conservatives got their panties in a bunch after Anheuser-Busch sent Dylan Mulvaney a can of Bud Light with her face splashed across it, and she posted a pic of it on her Instagram account. That’s all. One can of beer. One.
“We believe that when you take your eye off the ball like that, you are not following your fiduciary duty to do the best you can for your shareholders,” DeSantis said.
“So we are going to be launching an inquiry about Bud Light and InBev, and it could be something that leads to a derivative lawsuit filed on behalf of the shareholders of the Florida pension fund,” he added. Because at the end of the day, there have to be penalties for when you put business aside to focus on your social agenda at the expense of hardworking people.
Kid Rock started the campaign against Bud Light; others followed even though the talentless has-been wrote a song, Jailbait, about fucking a 13-year-old girl. I’m sorry, was that too WOKE of me?
And how does DeSantis’s war on Disney and Bud Light help his state? It sure doesn’t help Donald J. Trump, who owns up to $5 million in Anheuser-Busch stock.