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Anheuser-Busch sacks hundreds of corporate employees as Bud Light boycott continues to take its toll
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Anheuser-Busch sacks hundreds of corporate employees as Bud Light boycott continues to take its toll

Anheuser-Busch continues to reap the whirlwind over its former partnership with transvestite Dylan Mulvaney and its ostensible support of the left's cultural conquest of America.

Bud Light's parent company announced this week that it would be laying off roughly 350 corporate bigwigs.

In a statement obtained by CNN, an Anheuser-Busch spokesman indicated that the layoffs will affect "less than 2%" of the the company's 19,000 U.S. employees and will serve to "simplify and reduce layers within its organization."

The Bud Light boycott will partially cleave the corporate head off the beer company, reportedly leaving the jobs of "brewery and warehouse staff, drivers, and field sales" unscathed.

According to the Wall Street Journal, the planned restructuring will blow away marketing and other corporate roles at major U.S. offices, including St. Louis, New York, and Los Angeles.

"Today we took the very difficult but necessary decision to eliminate a number of positions across our corporate organization," said Anheuser-Bsuch CEO Brendan Whitworth. "While we never take these decisions lightly, we want to ensure that our organization continues to be set for future long-term success."

Earlier this month, Bud Light ceased to be one of America's top 10 beers, despite NBA legend Charles Barkley's demand that that people "drink this f***ing beer" and country music star Garth Brooks' desperate effort to stock his fridge in support.

As of the week ending July 15, Bud Light U.S. sales were down 26.5%, reported the Associated Press.

Following Anheuser-Busch's announcement, Michael Seifert, the founder of the pro-life, pro-family, and pro-freedom Amazon alternative PublicSq., invited laid-off Bud Light employees interested in working for a "non-woke business" to reach out.

Seifert said in a statement, "We're really sorry that Anheuser-Busch leadership prioritized left-wing ideology over sound business practices. It's especially unfortunate that Anheuser-Busch CEO Brandon Whitworth will still earn a massive annual salary and not face any consequences for his actions, while you are the ones that suffer for Bud Light's disastrous decisions."

"People like to say 'go woke, go broke' and in reality, the economic consequences rarely fall on the wealthy liberals that make the woke decision," wrote Seifert. "We started our business to help people like you."

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