It’s a sight that no one expected: a Missouri state senator caught on camera smashing a can of Bud Light with a baseball bat. While many were quick to condemn the act, some argued that it was a sign of the lawmaker’s commitment to their beliefs and their support for the recent Bud Light boycott.
The incident involving a Missouri state senator smashing a beer can with a baseball bat has caused quite a stir. The video, which was recorded by another attendee, has been viewed millions of times on social media. While many have expressed outrage and shock at the senator’s actions, others have argued that it was a sign of the lawmaker’s commitment to their beliefs and their support for the recent Bud Light boycott. Many have questioned the lawmaker’s actions, wondering if the act was driven by some underlying anger or emotion.
As the insanity in culture continues to make its way into every aspect of American life, from entertainment to politics to business, one lawmaker in Missouri is taking a stand. Senator Nick Schroer, a Republican, recently made headlines for a video that shows him smashing a Bud Light beer can in protest of the company’s embrace of transgender influencer Dylan Mulvaney.
In a post on social media, he explains that he made the choice to smash the can as a way to highlight the American tradition of baseball while also expressing his opposition to wokeness with a statement that highlights the need for standing against extremist agendas in different areas of life such as government, schools, banking, libraries, sports, entertainment, and corporations. It urges legislators to fight for the freedom of Americans to live without fear of political agendas.
Schroer is not alone in his fight against corporate wokeness. Joe Penovich, owner of Grills Seafood Deck and Tiki Bar in Florida, recently made the decision to remove Bud Light from his menu due to the company’s partnership with Dylan Mulvaney, a transgender influencer. Penovich explained his decision on social media, saying that he and his staff are “prayerfully asking God how to separate from corporations such as Anheuser-Busch that are promoting and attempting to profit from this experiment.” He also expressed his belief that transgenderism is a “social experiment causing irreversible damage to a growing population of younger and younger children” and that he and his staff will not align with it in any way.
While some may view these actions as extreme or unnecessary, Schroer and Penovich argue that they are necessary in order to stand up for what is right. They believe that the growing influence of extremist culture is a threat to traditional American values and that it is up to them and others like them to push back against it. They are not alone in their fight, either. Many Americans are becoming increasingly fed up with the constant push for political correctness and are starting to speak out in their own ways.
The recent incident involving the Missouri state senator has shown the strength and dedication of the state’s elected officials. Despite the criticism, the senator has remained committed to their beliefs and has not shied away from taking a stand in the face of adversity. This is a sign of the lawmaker’s courage and commitment to their values, and it is a reminder to all elected officials of their responsibility to act in a way that is consistent with their political beliefs.
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