Country music icon John Rich, one half of the sputtering duo of “Big And Rich”, authors of such monumental contributions to American Culture such as “Save A Horse (Ride A Cowboy)” and “Hillbilly Jedi”, really has a major case of the feels for his fans who identify as beer brands, particularly those who gain their identity from the Bud Light label, who threw a big wrench into the beer drinking universe earlier this week by featuring a young transgender woman in some of their advertising.
Rather than sharing their favorite brand of horse piss with some folks who do not share their stunted view of a world revolving around over sized trucks and beer joints, and rather than being seen as tolerant with anyone they consider less worthy of drawing breath than themselves because of their innate gender identifications, stalwart defenders of what is considered “normal” in their circles, turncoat Bud Light drinkers have spent the last few days coming up with new ways to buy and destroy vast quantities of the rebel brew – disregarding the fact that Bud Light could give two shits what you do with their product as long as they get their money.
Not the smartest, these folks…
Sounds like the makings of a great new country song.
— Ron Filipkowski 🇺🇦 (@RonFilipkowski) April 12, 2023
Yeah, Ron, the song writes itself – “My Woman Left Me For a Transgender, And I Can’t Even Dink My Beer”.
This is the dumbest fucking shit in the history of dumb fucking shit. 😂
— Jo 🌻 (@JoJoFromJerz) April 12, 2023
How about get a life?
— michael musto (@mikeymusto) April 12, 2023
There’s a thought.
— Michael Capanzzi (@MCapanzzi) April 13, 2023
John Rich's MAGA friends right now. 😂 pic.twitter.com/6zuGJ8pXqQ
— John Rocha aka The Outlaw Nation (@TheRochaSays) April 12, 2023
Their achy, breaky hearts…
— Jürgen Kalwa (@americanarena) April 12, 2023
What do they do? 🤦♀️ They stop being hateful bigots & realize every single company listed including the car companies understands that the LGBTQ+ community is a community of people who deserve all the same rights, respect, & privileges that everyone else has.
— Lilin T. Lavin ⛧ (@OccamsPhi) April 12, 2023
👍 👍 👍
"What do I do?"
Sit still. Close your eyes. Breathe in, breathe out. Think about this massive universe we inhabit, the shortness of life, the little time we have to spend with those we love. Realize that having meltdowns over the existence of queer people is a waste of life.
— Quaid Rowan (@quaid_rowan) April 12, 2023
Maybe they can sober up and read a book?
— PAPPY BEST (@pappybest) April 12, 2023
His fans come up with tears in their eyes, sobbing uncontrollably.
— Brian O'Loughlin 🍀🐶🌊 (@brianoloughlin9) April 12, 2023
— Mike Lindsey (@biskitdaddy) April 12, 2023
Or they can grow up and drink the beer they like because the trans person on the can didn’t hurt them.
— Steve Sprengel (@ssprengel23) April 12, 2023
Quit Crying In Their Beer would be a good 1st step. https://t.co/o7EDimC2k7
— MoeJoe (@MoeJLong) April 12, 2023
🤣🤣🤣🤣 the poor babies 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣 pic.twitter.com/ur2xPyQ8KS
— Iggy (The Igneous Rock) (@morbidcuriosit9) April 12, 2023
Ding, Ding, Ding folks, we have a winner…
These beer companies have been sponsoring LGBTQ events for the LAST 40 YEARS. The only thing that's new here is this newest iteration of the easily triggered white conservative snowflake and their culture wars against anyone not exactly like them.
— RoadTrippingCat🌊🌊🌊 (@colonialcountr3) April 12, 2023
Next, I suppose Rich will accuse woke beer of conspiring to hogtie his declining popularity.
Just like someone else does…