“If you know which bathroom to use, you know what beer you should be drinking.” Well, you may never have heard of the beer “Conservative Dad” Seth Weathers has in mind, but you’re about to, and Weathers isn’t shy about telling people.
“America’s been buying beer from a company that doesn’t even know which restroom to use,” Weathers says, walking out of a men’s restroom as the sound of a flushing toilet trails behind him.
Weathers strides onto a baseball field in his viral ad, carrying a bat and wearing a blue sweatshirt bearing the name of his conservative merchandise website, Freedom Speaks Up.
“Stop giving money to ‘woke’ corporations that hate our values,” he says, teeing up a can of Bud Light. Demonstrating a legitimately competent slow-motion swing, Weathers then obliterates the can, which explodes to the traditional American baseball organ music accompaniment.
The name behind the beer, “Ultra Right,” stems from social media comments made by left-wing activists toward anyone who has “any level of common sense,” Weathers told Fox News Digital.
Weathers said his beverage, made by a local brewery in northern Illinois, is considered a “light beer,” even though that phrasing is not visible on the can due to certain legalities.
So, the beer cannot identify however it chooses? Some legalities are more rigid and more stingy with their “affirmation,” than others, it appears.
“I have kids and I don’t care what their response is, Bud Light has hired a mentally deranged freak to market perversion to little children. I have a problem with that,” Weathers said. “Corporations that do that should be put out of business by conservatives. They are spitting on us. We are half of America — they’re spitting on us. There has to be an alternative.”
Americans have long been tolerant of Anheuser-Busch producing and distributing spit to the nation, perhaps, but this seems different. The most surprising part of Weathers’ assertion might be the notion that Anheuser-Busch markets beer to children.
“Conservatives are blowing me away with the positive response. It’s absolutely nuts,” he said. “I think we’re at 10 million views on Twitter right now for that video. … The response is even wilder than I thought it would be. The left is doing the usual thing such as sending death threats and being nasty, so that’s all I can say for their response.”
“We can’t boycott 10 companies, but we can boycott one that sells a s— beer,” Weathers followed up, demonstrating an apparent knack for quotability. “If we stuck to that, we would send a message that would live forever. … I don’t care if they buy my beer. Either buy my beer, some other brand’s beer, it doesn’t matter. Send a message to Anheuser-Busch. Shut them down.”
Observers have noted that Coors actually has been much more aggressive, generally, than Anheuser-Busch in promoting leftist causes and dogma.
Weathers insisted that Bud Light’s partnership with Mulvaney was a “slap to the face” of women across America. Conservative dads probably want a beer maker to provide domestic beer, not domestic abuse. Weathers said he is working to get his beer, which is currently available to 42 states, into retail stores soon.
“The overwhelming positive response we’re getting, it means a lot to me. I know a lot of people are paying a lot of shipping to get this, they’re paying more than they would to get their Bud Light. They’re doing it because they’re supporting the message we stand for and what we’re doing and that genuinely means a lot to me and everyone involved.”
The “100% woke-free” beer, which launched Wednesday, currently runs $19.99 per six-pack, plus shipping. The site informs thirsty Americans that shipment of an additional variety will commence May 11.
The “Conservative Dad” touches on a less playful note near the ad’s conclusion, speaking directly to America’s corporate boardrooms when he says, “And to the rest of you woke corporations, stay the f— away from our kids.”
The spot ends with Weathers cracking a can of the Ultra Right and tipping it back. “Ahh,” he says, appearing satisfied. “Tastes like freedom.”
Conservative Dad’s Ultra Right Beer did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
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