Anheuser-Busch has seen better days.
Its leading beer, Bud Light, has seen massive drops in sales after the Dylan Mulvaney controversy, and they might be enough to tank the company for good.
But Glenn Beck thinks there’s a way the company can save itself.
He points out that the Human Rights Campaign uses something called the “CEI” or “Corporate Equality Index” to hold companies “hostage” to inserting leftist ideology into brands and advertisements.
If a company does not rank well, the Human Rights Campaign brings your score down.
Now, a pro-LGBT advocacy organization is pressuring Anheuser-Busch to publicly proclaim its support for transgender people because of all the negative attention it's received since enlisting Dylan Mulvaney to advertise Bud Light beer.
In a letter written to Budweiser, the pro-LGBT advocacy organization writes, “In this moment, it is absolutely critical for Anheuser-Busch to stand in solidarity with Dylan and the trans community.”
The letter continues, “However, when you are faced with anti-LGBTQ+ and transphobic criticism, the actions of Anheuser-Busch demonstrated a profound lack of fortitude in upholding its values of diversity, equity, and inclusion to employees, customers, shareholders, and the LGBTQ+ community.”
Beck has thought of a response for Budweiser.
“I think if Budweiser stood out and said, ‘You know what, we like the Clydesdales. We like America. We don’t have a problem with transgender people but we’re not going to be held hostage by anyone.’”
He continues, saying Budweiser should make it known they’re “a beer company, not a political company.”
“That beer would go through the roof.”
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