KJP implies criticism of Bud Light’s Mulvaney partnership ‘leads to … violence and vitriol’

White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre suggested that the backlash against alcoholic beverage giant Anheuser-Busch over its disastrous idea to feature transgender TikTok influencer Dylan Mulvaney in ads for its popular Bud Light brand is responsible for violent threats against the very special demographic, a typically hysterical and dishonest response from President Joe Biden’s top spokesperson.

During Thursday’s daily press briefing, Jean-Pierre, a left-wing activist who also happens to be a lesbian, was asked a question about beer drinkers’ backlash against Bud Light for the ads with the creepy Mulvaney who in the controversial spots is dressed as a woman and soaped up in a bathtub vamping for the camera with the familiar blue and white cans.

“The transgender actor and influencer Dylan Mulvaney has been the target of a barrage of attacks from anti-trans individuals online after she did an ad with Bud Light a couple of weeks ago,” asked CBS News reporter Nancy Cordes in what had the appearance of a planted question. “She’s someone who has been here to the White House. She interviewed the president last year and he had a lot of warm words for her. Has anyone here at the White House reached out to her since she became the target of these attacks?”

Jean-Pierre responded, “So don’t have any calls to review at this time. And I don’t have anything to say specifically about this report, but what I can say, when a transgender American posts a video about a brand of beer they enjoy, and it leads to bomb threats, it’s clear that that level of violence and vitriol against a transgender American has to stop.”

“And the president has been very clear. I just laid this out. The administration has, is going to do everything that they can to protect LGBTQI+ people who are under attack,” she continued. “And that’s what we’ve been seeing across the country, especially in statehouses. And so we’re going to fight alongside them to protect their rights.”

“They should be allowed to be who they are, who they want to be, and they should be able to speak out against, and we should be able to speak out and others should be able to speak out, against hate and discrimination. But look, that type of dangerous rhetoric, that type of vitriolic language and violence? That needs to stop,” KJP said.

Sticking with the theme of organized persecution of homosexuals, Jean-Pierre also claimed that LGBTQ+ teachers are not permitted to display pictures of their partners on their desks in Florida where the state’s parental rights law against groomers and perverts in classrooms was just expanded to include all grades.


“Teachers in Florida have already faced the devastating consequences of the existing law. Under threat of having their licenses revoked, gay teachers have been forced to take down pictures of their spouses from their desks and censor their classroom materials,” said Jean-Pierre in a gross misrepresentation of the Florida law.

Democrats appear fully invested in the transgender agenda and its sexualizing of children and Jean-Pierre’s dishonest characterization of free speech as violence could be a sign that the Biden regime could be preparing to unleash the weaponized federal government against critics of Mulvaney and Bud Light, much like what was done when Attorney General Merrick Garland sicced the FBI on parents who complained during school board meetings.



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