Budweiser Clydesdales Cancelled Amidst Backlash to Trans Dylan Mulvaney Marketing Campaign

A Budweiser distributor in Springfield canceled the scheduled Budweiser Clydesdale Horses appearances over alleged threats and ideological differences.

Local Budweiser distributor Wil Fischer Distributing canceled all Springfield Clydesdale showings on the heels of Bud Light partnering with trans influencer Dylan Mulvaney, citing some employee safety concerns.




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A statement on local bar Finnegan Wake’s social media claims that Anheuser-Busch representatives and workers were personally threatened.

“Due to the response from the cancellation of our event with Anheuser-Busch, we want to clarify where we stand. The event was canceled due to local representatives for the distributor of Anheuser-Busch products being personally threatened while performing their everyday job duties. Threatening someone with a different viewpoint is completely unacceptable. The hate and vitriol we have recently seen are not something we tolerate or support. If you have a problem with how a company conducts its business, it is your right to not patronize their business, but it is never okay to threaten physical violence, vandalism, sabotage, etc. “

Despite initial messages of tolerance, the statement broadened its condemnation of those who engage in threats to anyone unhappy with Budweiser’s choices on an ideological level, claiming that being “anti-woke” is just a cover for hating people.

“We support the rights of free speech, protesting, and religion, as long as it doesn’t threaten the rights and safety of others. We will continue to support Anheuser-Busch, their spokesperson, and trans-rights. Stop supporting outrage politics, canceling, and anti-wokeness. Anti-woke is just a cover statement because you can’t say whatever homophobic, racist, or discriminatory outburst you want.”

The bar’s ideological disdain for its local population and values continued until the end of the statement.

“To those who are sad and disappointed that the event was canceled, we are sorry. We imagine from the comments addressing the actual event, that it would have been fun and memorable for all ages and gives a glimmer of hope in the goodness of which people are capable, especially in the Springfield, MO area. The most hateful and condescending comments seem to come from keyboard warriors from different states around the country, and to you, we say: Please do not try to keep other people from being happy just because you aren’t. We have always been welcoming to all people, as long as you are kind and good. We wish you all well and hope that kindness and understanding prevail over bigotry and hate. Love, Your Finn’s Fam.”

Aneuser-Busch is not wrong about conservative opposition to the brand. The corporation decided to partner with transgender influencer Dylan Mulvaney in its marketing. The spots involved Mulvaney, a biological man, acting out multiple exaggerated stereotypes about women.

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In response, conservative pundits Matt Walsh and Charlie Kirk laid out the strategy of recently boycotting the beer companion Twitter, adopting the weapons of cancel culture.

However, several users on Twitter pointed out one doesn’t have to be conservative to oppose the beer’s new ideological direction.

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