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Lauren Boebert's Attack on Bud Light Backfires

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Lauren Boebert has been criticized online for using an image of fallen U.S. soldier Pat Tillman to attack Bud Light.For several days, Republicans have called for a boycott of Bud Light after the company sent transgender social media influencer, Dylan Mulvaney, a pack of commemorative beer cans featuring her face to celebrate the one-year anniversary of her coming out as transgender.Mulvaney posted a video of the Bud Light beers to her Instagram page, which soon prompted a surge of right-wing outrage amid already inflamed tensions around transgender rights in the United States.On Monday, Boebert tweeted an image of a Bud Light can depicting Tillman, an NFL player for the Arizona Cardinals who enlisted in the U.S.

Army in 2002 and was killed by friendly fire while serving in Afghanistan in April 2004.The image was captioned: "Hey Bud Light, here's the one American wanted!"A number of social media users have since pointed out that Tillman may not be the conservative hero that Boebert is implying he was, and that his views were in direct conflict with some factions of the Republican his death in 2004, Tillman, who joined the U.S.

Army in the wake of the September 11 terror attacks, frequently spoke out against the Iraq War, reportedly calling the invasion and occupation "f*****g illegal." Tillman even made "loose plans" to meet with liberal academic and intellectual Noam Chomsky, The Intercept reported in 2017.Tillman's coach in college, Lyle Setencich, told The Athletic in 2017 that Tillman had asked him in the 1990s whether he would have gay players on the team at Arizona State University.

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