People can't believe this 'ultra right wing' beer commercial isn't a parody

People can't believe this 'ultra right wing' beer commercial isn't a parody
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Following the saga that saw right-wing conservatives boycotting a beer company for being inclusive, a new “ultra-right” beer has been launched and people can hardly believe it isn’t satire.

Popular brand Bud Light found itself at the epicentre of right-wing fury after it collaborated with trans activist Dylan Mulvaney on a March Madness campaign.

Those offended by it vowed to boycott the brand. Now, in its place, a new “100% woke free” beer has been released to cater to their specific needs – and it’s called the Conservative Dad's Ultra Right Beer.

Creator Seth Weathers shared the news with a 1-minute long ad that is unbelievably not a parody.

In the ad, Weathers said: “America has been drinking beer from a company that doesn’t even know which restroom to use.”

Weathers continued: “As conservatives, we are constantly getting hit in the face, left and right, by the woke mind virus. But the last place we want it is in our beer.”

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The beer creator then proceeded to whack a can of Bud Light with a baseball bat, before telling other “woke corporations” to “stay the f**k away from our kids”.

The unbelievable ad has been viewed on Twitter 1.4 million times with many baffled by the fact it is genuinely real.

Political commentator, Rex Chapman, wrote: “This is not a bit. It’s real.”

Someone else said: “Apparently, this is real. But if I told you it was a parody video, would you know the difference?”

Another argued: “If I were making a parody of conservatives being babies I couldn't come up with something this good.”

“The American right are so detached from reality, they don’t even realize how much of a self-parody their own ads are,” another wrote.

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