The Financial Fall of Budweiser Shows the Hidden Power that the American Consumer Still Has Over Wall Street Billionaires
Anheuser-Busch, the largest beer company in the world, is learning the hard way that the American consumer still has a hidden power against corporate America, as their company value has lost $15.7 billion since April 1st, when they hired transgender-influencer Dylan Mulvaney to promote their Bud Light beer, which sent sales diving all across the U.S. This has been truly historical, and I have to say I have never seen anything like this in my lifetime. More powerful than protests, even the "Occupy Wall Street" protests of 2011, and certainly more powerful than voting for politicians, the American consumer's most powerful voice for protest and change, is how they decide to spend their money, by voting in the only place that really matters, the marketplace. And let's be very clear here and give credit where credit is due. This is NOT simply a "conservative" protest, but this is a protest by AMERICANS that crosses political divides. And that is the main reason why a Wall Street corporate giant is reeling today, and trying to backpedal as fast as it can. Americans are rejecting the transgender culture, from trans "women" biological males invading sports and completely annihilating every female sports record on the books, to children committing suicide after receiving transgender medical procedures, to trans "women" biological male prisoners being incarcerated in women prisons and jails where rape and sexual abuse is skyrocketing, the majority of Americans are saying "this has gone too far." And in doing so by voting with their money, they are discovering the hidden power of the American consumer to fight back against the Wall Street billionaires and bankers.