Seneca’s Vision: How American Scandals Really Looked During The Time of President Joe Biden
Last updated on April 23rd, 2023 at 09:17 am_χρόνος διαβασματός : [ 4 ] minutes
Inspect your target by positioning yourself very far from it
Authored by Joe Toppe via Yahoo Finance
The worst thing for us lower class accelerationists is to look at the work of Upper Class Accelerationists.
In your opinion, the discovery of the compromising files, full of drugs, pedophiles, nudes, and other obscene as squalid things was not planned, wanted?
In our opinion yes.
To normalize, how to legalize, Pedophilia, the Elite does not avoid letting out scandals but on the contrary presses to let them out, in the light of the sun, because the vassal press will never fully have the same courage as in the brief past eras, as in Watergate or similar.
It’s all over now.
The scandal must not make more news than what it is, that is, simple news.
That’s why today we witness the vision of Hunter next to his father President surrounded by the benevolence of the Press, and even commentators, worried about laughing at the confused state of that demented old man rather than crying to see him next to his degenerate son
Biden in Ireland: "I'm here with my sister, Valerie, and my younger son, Hunter Biden. Stand up, guys. I'm proud of you." pic.twitter.com/G5GfnUD7iR
— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) April 12, 2023
From this point of view, the war of of genres is leading anyone to talk about beer. Indeed of a single beer.
I want a fucking Bud Light here in Europe too right now.
The decline, or loss, of sales is only a temporary optical illusion. Before Mulvaney was cast in that commercial, nobody gave a shit about that beer. It was something famously taken for granted, I mean, the sun is life, indispensable, but we don’t get down on our knees every day writing poems about the sun. Sometimes we think about it. So every ten years I would have thought of this beer as one among many but now for years I will remember all of this, Bud Light included.
Remember when these were our beer commercials? I mean, are you legit telling me these ads wouldn’t absolutely dominate today? I think they’d be even more popular today because the entire country hates these woke pussies. pic.twitter.com/v6gmjAqHDE
— Clay Travis (@ClayTravis) April 9, 2023
Now Bud Light will be in my mind and rest assured that someone who didn’t buy it before will now, this is the psychology of the capitalist-fascist market trend: whether you talk about it, good or bad, you’re talking about it, you’re promoting not the discourse, the dialogue, but the object, the product, you are playing my game and the rest of the world doesn’t care about your opinion and your will.
Beer man struggling financially thanks to Anheuser-Busch going woke pic.twitter.com/ffTqWZEWHS
— Citizen Free Press (@CitizenFreePres) April 8, 2023
Check it out, me droogs, I’ve just tried the latest brew from the old moloko beer plus factory. This one’s a real horrorshow, my brothers, let me tell ya. The nazz himself, a real devotchka named Dylan or Danyla, she’s the one promoting it, and let me tell ya, she’s a real horrorshow herself.
— Alisa_Vasilisa (@Alisa_Vasilisa_) April 22, 2023
The beer is called “Bud” which means “buddy”, and it lives up to its name. This lubbilubbing beverage is brewed with some of the finest malts and hops, giving it a really creamy and rich flavor. And let me tell ya, it’s got a real kick to it too, enough to take you out for the count if you’re not careful.
Megyn Kelly calls out mental illness for what it is. pic.twitter.com/JyqwI7I7yy
— James Woods (@RealJamesWoods) April 22, 2023
Dylan or Danyla, the promoter, is a real gloopy one, dressing up in all sorts of horrorshow costumes to promote this nazz drink. She’ll come into the bar, dressed up like a droog, spouting off some real horrorshow talk, and handing out samples of this lubbilubbing brew.
Bud Light backlash could hit beer suppliers https://t.co/KIFIlDVJcd via @YahooFinance Will go down as the biggest plunder in corporate history!
— Wally Sparks (@WallySparks7) April 13, 2023
Sales of Bud Light are way down after a controversial ad campaign and could send shockwaves up and down the beer company’s supply line.
A recent report from Beer Business Daily showed the brand owned by Anheuser-Busch InBev experienced significant drops in sales volume in some markets over the Easter weekend, implying a negative customer response to Bud Light’s new marketing campaign featuring transgender activist and social media influencer Dylan Mulvaney.
With a drop in sales impacting Bud Light distributors, companies along certain geographic areas of the U.S. supply line fear political backlash and subsequent sales impact from their demographic.
“We dispense with any discussion of politics or social issues but note that the publication stated that some distributors in the Heartland and South were increasingly cautious given negative consumer reaction,” Truist equity research director Michael Roxland wrote in a reaction to the report.
Customer response is even more vital for suppliers, including Ball Corp., as Anheuser-Busch made up roughly 13% of the aluminum can manufacturer’s total sales in 2022, while beer and soft drinks accounted for around 70% of Ball’s North American business, Roxland wrote.
Roxland also maintained a “Hold” rating on Ball Corp., but noted that North American volumes could be pressured should this issue persist and advised caution until the backlash from the campaign clears.
Amid growing criticism over the ad campaign, Bud Light has not made a social media post in over a week, with their last tweet coming on April 1.
Over the last five days, shares for Bud Light’s parent company Anheuser-Busch have tumbled roughly 4% and are down again Wednesday as sales continue to slump.
Anheuser-Busch and the Ball Corp. did not immediately respond to FOX Business inquiries.
Anheuser-Busch Inbev SA (BUD) leads the Beverages – Brewers industry with an overall score of 73. BUD is up 7.70% so far this year after the company closed yesterday at $66.57. The overall score measures the company’s performance based-off both short and long term indicators and means that BUD scores better than 73% of the overall market.
Overall Score – 73
BUD has an Overall Score of 73. Find out what this means to you and get the rest of the rankings on BUD!
Anheuser-Busch Inbev SA is a strong performer in the Beverages – Brewers industry, which has an average overall score of 55. This means that, on average, the stocks in this industry score higher than 55% of the stock market.
I don’t see any problem with their stocks trend…
It’s all ok, the Elite has all under control….
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