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Dylan Mulvaney has finally broken his silence on the Bud Light controversy that dominated headlines after the brand hired the transgender activist for a sponsored video.
Mulvaney took to TikTok to address the controversy, saying, “What transpired from that video was more bullying and transphobia than I could have ever imagined.”
“I should have made this video months ago,” he continued, explaining that he didn’t because he was “scared of more backlash” and felt “personally guilty for what transpired.”
According to Mulvaney, Bud Light never reached out to him after the backlash, and he’s been scared to leave his house for months.
“I have been ridiculed in public, I’ve been followed, and I have felt a loneliness that I wouldn’t wish on anyone,” he continued.
While Glenn Beck feels bad for Mulvaney, he’s not naive enough to miss Mulvaney branding himself as purely a victim.
“It amazes me how these people on the left always think that they’re the only ones that get any heat,” Glenn says. “I’ve had to have security in my life, at times living in my house, for gosh, almost 20 years now.”
“They tried to run me out of business. I started my own network,” Glenn adds.
Glenn explains that these activists “immediately fall victim and can’t think their way through anything” and think “such an un-American movement has happened to them.”
“Well, gang,” he continues, “that’s what happens to conservatives all the time. We’re called monsters, terrorists, everything else. You know, it’s a two-way street here.”
Despite the backlash, the CEO of Bud Light is now saying he’d do it all again.
“He’d do it again, and that’s all because of ESG. They don’t care about you,” Glenn says.
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