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'Stay away from our kids' — Entrepreneur creates 'Conservative Dad's Ultra Right' beer in response to Bud Light campaign
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'Stay the f*** away from our kids': Entrepreneur creates 'Conservative Dad's Ultra Right' beer in response to Bud Light campaign

New "Conservative Dad's Ultra Right" beer looks to become the next beverage to capitalize on the fallout of Bud Light's advertising campaign with transgender spokesperson Dylan Mulvaney.

Seth Weathers, CEO of conservative lifestyle brand Freedom Speaks Up, released an advertisement for his new conservative-themed beer that garnered over a million views on Twitter in less than 24 hours.

“America’s been drinking beer from a company that doesn’t even know which restroom to use,” said Weathers over video clips of Mulvaney's Bud Light partnership.

“That’s why I created Conservative Dad’s Ultra Right 100% Woke Free Beer," he adds. “As conservatives, we’re constantly getting hit in the face, left and right, by the woke mind virus. But the last place we want it is in our beer," Weathers declared before throwing a baseball off-screen.

“If you know which bathroom to use, you know what beer you should be drinking. Stop giving money to woke corporations that hate our values." Weathers then lines up a can of Bud Light on a baseball tee and smashes the can.

With a baseball bat pointed at the camera, the ad finishes by saying, “And to the rest of you woke corporations: stay the f*** away from our kids.”

Weathers responded to an online supporter regarding shipping costs, explaining that he can't sell in stores yet, but plans to.

"We can’t legally sell in stores yet. When we do, that will greatly reduce our prices. Once we sell a lot and can produce in mega batches it’ll also big a big price reduction But I understand if people want to give their money to Walmart and Bud Light to trans the kids instead," he replied.

Weathers appeared on Lindell TV to explain why he started the project.

"We fund the people who then spend their money to sell propaganda to our children," Weathers said. "Bud Light is literally spreading evil propaganda to our children. So, if you want to stop doing that, stop buying from companies like that," he added.

Republican presidential candidate Vivek Ramaswamy attempted to capitalize on Bud Light's negative press as well, selling his own koozies with the phrase "Bud Right" on them.

The highly publicized controversy has already caused backlash from several musicians, such as Kid Rock, who shot a case of Bud Light with a rifle.

Country star Travis Tritt said he will no longer carry the beer on tour, while fellow country sensation John Rich has removed the beverage from his bar in Nashville, Tennessee.

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