Republicans into a public feud with the beer brand's parent company Anheuser-Busch.Despite new calls from prominent Republicans to end the Bud Light boycotts, three GOP senators from Ohio, Texas and Montana told Newsweek on Wednesday that the ban on the beer brand does not distract from the party's priorities, saying that it highlights the values of GOP voters."I don't think [the controversy] distracts from Republican priorities," Republican Senator J.D.
Vance of Ohio told Newsweek. "If a company that depends heavily on working class Republican voters wants to insult its customer base, it is going to suffer consequences."Conservative commentators and conservatives have called for boycotts of all Anheuser-Busch products in recent weeks in response to a promotional partnership between Bud Light and transgender influencer Dylan Mulvaney.
The social media post, uploaded on April 1, has received harsh backlash, including from Kid Rock who posted a video shooting cases of Bud Light that went viral.But those like Donald Trump Jr.
and Ned Ryun, CEO of the conservative organization American Majority, seemed prepared to forgive and forget, arguing that Anheuser-Busch is a large GOP donor."The company itself doesn't participate in the same leftist nonsense as the other big conglomerates," Trump Jr.