Exposed: The REAL Reason Bud Light Went Woke

When you go woke, you go broke. So why would any successful company choose to go woke?

The decision by Bud Light to get transgender individual Dylan Mulvaney to rep their product completely backfired, for example. They’re still picking up the pieces with their stock in the toilet.

So why do companies like Anheuser-Busch even do this kind of thing? Now, we know…

Taking A Look Behind the Curtain

Appearing recently on Fox, former Anheuser-Busch executive Anson Frericks explained what’s really going on. Large investment groups like Vanguard, Black Rock, and State Street handle around $20 trillion in capital investment.

Companies desperately want their massive influx of investment capital; so, they do what these big hitters say.

Increasingly, these money machines reward woke behavior and work closely with far-left politicians to promote a globalist, weak vision of the future.

Essentially, woke capitalism is the result of an incestuous relationship between the political left and a bunch of far-left lunatic bankers who want to push a globalist agenda.

Woke Governance

Woke governance doesn’t generate profits for companies, but it does score them access to sweet funding and friendships with powerful politicians who can get them benefits.

Companies like Blackrock, Vanguard, and State Street are also involved in things like managing pension funds in California and pressuring them to not invest in fossil fuels or non-woke options.

Woke investment firms also force through DEI (Diversity, Equity, Inclusion) measures in hiring and every other area.

The reason why is these large investment firms which run the world are working in tandem with leftist politicians, cultural Marxists, and the UN and WEF to push a globalist vision on the future of humanity.

That vision involves an end to the family, private land, and basic liberty.

Changing how we think about gender, race, identity, and reality is a key part of breaking down people’s resistance and getting them to go along with this “brave new world.”

This article appeared in FreshOffThePress and has been published here with permission.