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Social experiment PROVES Bud Light is SCREWED

Social experiment PROVES Bud Light is SCREWED

If you needed more proof that Bud Light isn’t doing too hot amidst its recent devastating fall in sales, Chad Prather and Clay Travis have you covered.

Prather reports that Clay Travis uploaded clips of a social experiment to social media, and the results were exactly as you’d expect.

Travis filled a cooler with Bud Light and other assorted beers at the beginning of a party before leaving the cooler alone for the night.

At the end of the night, the only beers left in the cooler were — you guessed it — Bud Light.

“I’m not a marketing expert, but the only beer left,” Travis said as he recorded the cooler full of Bud Light.

Travis recorded this video after Anheuser-Busch came under fire for using transgender influencer Dylan Mulvaney to market Bud Light, and it appears most beer drinkers are not happy about it.

Including Chad Prather.

Prather says, “This is about the exploitation of women. Ultimately it’s the exploitation of children. This is an influencer that you’re promoting and pushing up there who has a very dangerous message.”

Prather adds that his stance on this issue has received backlash, and he’s being told to just “leave people alone.”

“I would love to leave people alone,” he says, “but I’m not the one who’s pushed for the chemical castration of children. I’m not the one that’s forced biological males to go into women’s bathrooms. I’m not the one who wanted biological males to compete against women in sports or any other thing. I’m not giving 'Woman of the Year' to a biological male.”

“You didn’t leave it alone,” he continues, “so now I’m not going to leave it alone.”

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