Watch: Joe Rogan's Confused Response About Trans Spokesman
As we all know, companies these days are increasingly pandering to the far left and their “woke” agenda. Recently, Bud Light has come under fire for partnering with a transgender influencer, Dylan Mulvaney, and this has led to a boycott of the company from some conservative celebrities.
This whole thing has Joe Rogan shaking his head in disbelief. When discussing the issue on his podcast, Rogan said: “Like — what they’re doing is just spreading the brand to an extra group of people. Why — If something is good, do you give a fuck who’s got it?” He continued, “Like, would we do this with cheesecake? Like, you know what I’m saying? Like, if there was like a bomb-ass cheesecake and all of a sudden, you know, some radical group like Antifa really got into the cheesecake. We would be like, ‘Fuck this.’”
Rogan was kind of torn on the topic. On one hand he agreed with his guest that Rock's response was unacceptable but then noted that he understood it.
“But on the other hand I love Kid Rock’s video. Because I love that kind of thinking,” he said. “Not even that I agree with it? I like wild people. I like a dude who takes a machine gun to a stack of Bud Lights and is like, ‘Fuck Anheuser-Busch!'”
“But I mean, where’s he gonna go now? You gonna go to Coors?” said Rogan, questioning the point. “Don’t they all support like LBGTQ plus AI, whatever the hell else they’re attaching to it, issues?”
It’s easy to see why Rogan and others are so frustrated with this trend of companies pandering to the left’s agenda. It’s not just about Bud Light, either; it’s about the way we are constantly being bombarded with messages of normalizing men in women’s clothes and mental illness. We are being told that these things are okay and that we should accept them, even if it goes against our personal beliefs and values.
I disagree with Rogan. If you don't support companies messaging why would you give them your money? I also don't agree that there aren't any companies not supporting the left's agenda—I know several. I'd also like to add that I would much rather support small businesses and local brewers than giant corporations anyway.