Matt Gaetz Takes on Garth Brooks in Bud Light Blowup

Florida congressman Matt Gaetz is taking on country singer Garth Brooks after a profane comment about conservatives boycotting Bud Light due to the Dylan Mulvaney transgender advertising fiasco. The Mulvaney promotion partnership has caused Anheuser Busch owners, InBev, over 27 Billion dollars in sales so far.

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Garth Brooks recently spoke about the new bar he’s about to open in Nashville called the “Friends in Low Places Honky Tonk” at 411 Broadway in Nashville, stating,

“I want the Chick-fil-A of honky tonks. I want a place you go in, where you feel good, you feel safe. Everybody’s got good manners.

I’m hoping that there’s right when you walk in it’s a ‘Love Everybody’ stated right there. That’s what it’s about, right? So, I want a place that’s just safe. That feels good.”

Matt Gaetz & Garth Brooks

Musicians John Rich and Kid Rock have also voiced their feelings about Bud Light, with Rich pulling the Beer from his Nashville Broadway Bar and Kid Rock taking to social media to shoot up a case of Bud Light with an MP-5 Sub-machinegun.

But Garth revealed that he has no intention of joining the Bud Light boycott at his bar. Brooks appeared on Billboard Country Live Wednesday, providing an update on his business, Friends in Low Places Bar & Honky Tonk.

“Yes, we’re going to serve every brand of beer. We just are. It’s not our decision to make. If you come into this house, love one another. If you’re an a**hole, there are plenty of other places on lower Broadway.”


Gaetz jumped into the fray, questioning whether or not Brooks had the moral authority to bash the boycott, referring to his divorce from wife Sandy Mahl in 2001 while he was cheating on her with country singer Trisha Yearwood.

“I’m sure glad we have Garth Brooks to tell us who is and isn’t an a******. Question, Tho: Does it make someone an a****** if they cheat on their spouse, write a song about it with their paramour, and then publish the duet with THAT VERY paramour? Or does that make for a good person, righteous in their moral preening?”

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Gaetz doubled down and included a screenshot of Brooks’ duet with Trisha Yearwood, “In Another’s Eyes,” recorded in 1997 while having an affair with Yearwood.

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