New Budweiser Ad Attacks US Citizens And Makes Up Immigration Fairytale

Cute Budweiser Clydesdale ad from previous years…too bad the horses are no more.


Before my husband was disabled by toxic poison lab air, we used to brew beer and sell it, too.  Our ox team loved drinking our beer and we used them to advertise it.  All of this was very local, and all the former farms that did this sort of thing were driven out of business via free trade.  Well…Budweiser Beer executives who are very much foreigners, have decided to push the ‘let all illegal aliens in’ agenda by making a new commercial all about their Budweiser horses…which they are ELIMINATING..coming to America as ‘immigrants’ way back in 1850.


Here is the ad!  It is horrible.  And false.  When Mr. Budweiser came to the US, Germans moved immediately to the Frontier where MY FAMILY lived and my GERMAN ancestors came to Wisconsin where I was born and where they INTEGRATED with the English and French side of my extended family to create ‘American citizens’.  When Budweiser came to the US, the German community in the Great Lakes Region embraced him.


But…not my own ancestors who were women who hated booze and worked very hard to stop booze production and consumption!  Yes, that is the Great Split and caused controversy: drunks.  My great-great grandmother and great grandmother and grandmother and my own mother were all abolitionists, prohibitionists and right to vote women.


They hated foreigners coming in with all sorts of liquors and beers!  One of them in Old Tucson would go around beating up drunks with her umbrella.  The earliest sidewalks in Tucson were laid by the Women’s Temperance Union and they had their logo imprinted on the cement and in the 1970’s it could still be seen.


My father’s side of the family were the beer drinking Germans from Bavaria.  I met my relations in Germany and drank fantastic German beer with them all.  Loads of fun. I was still underage for US laws and my mother was really pissed at me for doing this.

Budweiser Beer is planning to air a commercial in support of more immigration at the Super Bowl.  As we see from the ad above, they make believe that US men hated the beer brewing Germans.  NOPE.  It would have to show my female ancestors berating him for making the INDIANS drunk.  Yes, the Tribal leaders hated booze and liked my ancestors for fighting it.


It all came to a head when my great grandmother was cooking lye for cleaning the shirts of the men who were at Fort Huachuca,  in Old Arizona, and they snuck into the yard and tried to drink it and six of them died before my ancestor ran out to see what was going on.  The family joke for a century was, she killed more Indians than her husband.


The Tribe leaders know booze is destroying them!  This is why it is illegal to sell it on all reservations but it is sold next door and drunkeness is rapidly destroying the social fabric of the Tribes.


The multi-million dollar, minute-long ad follows the journey of German immigrant Aldophus Busch, who arrives during a chaotic 19th century America.


The Busch character is shoved and berated by old-timey Americans, who tell him, “You’re not wanted here,” and, “Go back home.”


Even though the ad addresses a timely, hot-button national issue, Budweiser bosses claim they didn’t intend it as political commentary.


“It’s true, Adolphus Busch made an incredible journey to this country, and that’s really what this is about,” Budweiser VP Ricardo Marques told AdWeek. “It’s about his vision, his dream, everything that he does to achieve that.”


The Mexican dude, Ricardo, tells us what his message is!  HAHAHA.  What a jerk.  They are all jerks.  They try and try to rewrite our history.  The entire business of booze selling is key here: this is why women like all of the females before me in my own family, were pushing for Prohibition and they got it but the aliens let in during the 1880-1910 period wanted booze and brought in all sorts of booze and infuriated the families on the frontier who had to fight off the booze business not to mention crime in the cities.


They all thought if the booze was gone, the crime would stop.  But the booze simply went underground so they all just gave up.  But not happily, they were very pissed off about all this.


From 2014: Budweiser Retires the Clydesdale Horses Because of Millennials think it is stupid.


In a totally bullshit move meant to counter the fact that they sell crap beer, Budweiser announced that they would retire the iconic Clydesdale horses from this year’s Super Bowl ad in order to appeal to Millennials.


Facing a decline in sales — even Bud Light outsells actual Budweiser beer these days — the Anheuser-Busch company’s newest strategy is to appeal to young people between the ages of 21 to 27, according to the Wall Street Journal. An internal study shows that nearly 44% of this demographic has never even tried Budweiser, and the company bets that, if they could just get these craft beer-chugging kids to stop thinking of Bud as grainwater for “older gentlemen and country kids,” they may have better fortune.


And finally, Foreign-owned Budweiser wants to be called ‘America’ to fool people.


American currency has long held claim to being the only thing found in bars that boasts the phrase “E Pluribus Unum.” This summer, Budweiser wants to change that by rebranding itself as “America” and peppering its packaging with that very phrase, alongside some others like “Liberty and Justice for All” and “Indivisible Since 1776.”


That’s right. The company wants to replace “Budweiser,” the name of the beer, with the word “America,” the name of our country, for the summer. According to AdAge, Anheuser-Busch InBev has filed the above label for approval from the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau.


In addition to the aforementioned phrases, the word-heavy label would include, in all capital letters, the following: “Land of the Free,” “Home of the Brave” and “From the Redwood Forest to the Gulf Stream waters this land was made for you and me.”


See how the international Bilderberg conspirators openly lie about everything?  They have to pretend this is an American beer.  Corona Beer and Budweiser Beer merged in 2013 and production moved to…Mexico, of course. This is why the guy lecturing us about patriotic beer is Mexican.

But no worry about that, Belgium used to own the brewery, anyways. We have had this huge, gigantic fire sale of all US business assets this last 30 years due to the trade deficit so money flows out to foreigners and they, in turn, buy up all our industries and businesses. DUH.


Boycott Bud! Many people at various news sites are yelling this right now.



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21 responses to “New Budweiser Ad Attacks US Citizens And Makes Up Immigration Fairytale

  1. floridasandy

    they should have stuck to the sweet animal commercials.

    Who hires these idiot heads to run their companies? Why lose your market base at all???

    rule number one in selling your product is “don’t offend anyone”, especially citizens of the country where you are trying to hawk your product.

    Starbucks seems to have trouble with that one too.

  2. floridasandy

    You think Starbucks can’t spell the names on the coffee cups now? 🙂

  3. Melponeme_k

    I remember Budweiser used to have traveling shows for their Clydesdale team. I attended one as a kid. Those animals were HUGE and so beautiful. To think they gave them up as a icon to appeal to those pond toads we see protesting. The ones who never where anything but black and compete to see what body part they can load up with tattoos and piercing studs. The kind of people only Soros could love.

  4. Lou

    Elaine, I knew about this ad on Monday.
    I didnt post here. You have posted that I am, ‘racist’ and I didnt think you would care much over ad.

    Recently, Country Music Awards has a Towelhead in a song.
    Superbowl, Beyonce and BLM guys.
    Grammies, lotsa symbolism.


  5. Lou

    Billionaire Jew wants us [commoners] to welcome the terrorists.
    No, not Soros, another anti White Jew,

    Starbucks will hire 10,000 refugees, starting in U.S.
    Starbucks is joining the companies that say they’ll create jobs in the U.S. — only it’s going to put the emphasis on hiring refugees. The coffee giant …
    [Search domain]…

  6. Lou

    we used to brew beer and sell it, too. Our ox team loved drinking our beer and we used them to advertise it. And you had your sheep flock, that was ruined by ‘free trade’…Sounds like an idyllic life, prior to ‘free trade.’

    Anheiser Busch is a multi national. ‘Screw America’ should be their motto.

  7. Lou

    They all thought if the booze was gone, the crime would stop. But the booze simply went underground –Thats how the Kennedy Dynasty was built, yes?
    Joe K would kill his competition and ‘hang them in meat lockers’–at least thats the story I heard.

    Also, USA was not ‘built by immigrants’–it was built by pilgrims, settlers.
    Immigrants were the later wave of people.

  8. Jim R

    Now it’s ‘Inbev’ as I recall. We occasionally drive by the barn in Texas where they had (some of) the Clydesdales. It was active back before the Busch family sold out to the multinational. You could go to a county fair in Texas (back in the ’90s) and they’d have a place where you could meet some of the big guys, and maybe get a ride on an antique wagon or something.

    A-B used to be a big employer in the St. Louis area. And you got a glimpse of how depressed it is now, during the Ferguson riots a couple years ago.

    Sadly, that barn is closed now. And has been for a decade or more..

    The thing is, even if Trump succeeds in cutting off this ‘free trade’ crap, there will be a long painful adjustment. You can’t just flip a switch and have breweries and steel mills, after the old ones have been torn down and sold for junk.

  9. Maddie's Mom

    @#2, floridasandy….lmao

    I don’t buy Budweiser or Starbucks, but for those who do…
    It’s boycott time.
    Consumers have the power. Use it.
    The underemployed and unemployed young people with student loan debt hanging over their heads are going to keep Budweiser and Starbucks afloat?
    I don’t think so.
    And the people with lots of money might buy their stock, but probably not their product.

  10. emsnews

    I find it very easy to boycott them since I hate their beer anyways!

  11. Moe

    To beer or not to beer: that is the question.

  12. Moe


    With apologies to Shakespeare

  13. Ken

    Jim R. @ No. 8 touches on a point I have been considering.

    He talks about a “long painful adjustment.” If Trump succeeds in bringing back jobs to America, it will be by making it unprofitable for companies to manufacture their products overseas. Which means that prices will go up in the near term. The higher wages which people hope to make when the jobs come back to America will not happen for a while, however. Which means that in the short term prices will go up and wages will still be low. That will mean a lot of pain, and Trump’s popularity may not survive this “painful adjustment.”

  14. floridasandy

    Do you really think the products will cost that much more being made in America? We (the post office) subsidize their shipping costs). Take that away, moving goods halfway around the world, and see if the costs aren’t comparable.

    People know how much it costs to transport goods around the country, let alone halfway around the world.

    It’s been a scam all along.

  15. floridasandy

    if we have other costs going down, i.e., healthcare it will more than make up for the slight increase in prices.

    Remember, competition drives prices down, not up, and controlled immigration drives wages up, not down.

  16. Jim R

    Halfway-around-the-planet shipping is actually pretty cheap on a per-widget basis, on those giant dry container ships.

    The thing that will make the adjustment painful will be the empty store shelves as well as the out-of-work workers.

    And a sharp cutoff from China, such as during a war, would break so many supply chains it’s hard to imagine … ball bearings, microprocessors, rare earths and various other electronic components of our ‘stuff’ would vanish overnight. It would also break Chinese industry, which would piss them off, but they have most of the factories so they’d get back online pretty quickly.

    And China has its own internal marketplace, as well as some newfound friends in Russia.

    Like I was saying, we have torn down the plants and sold them off for scrap. The destruction has been going on for 4 or 5 decades, and it won’t be a trivial matter to build it all again.

    Just sing that old James McMurtry song Can’t Make It Here Anymore

  17. Lou

    Hillary raced to Haiti to save convicted child trafficker L silsby.
    Bill Clinton raced to NORTH KOREA to save Laura Ling [she turns up in a pic w a child and pizza].
    Alefantis or pizza shop sends out a message– ‘4 of the pizzas will not survive;’

  18. emsnews

    Rebuilding America will be hard WORK. But the alternative is to continue destroying America which is laughably easy. And fatal.

  19. Seraphim


    Your great-great-grannies were right to be pissed off if you were drinking the Budweiser horse piss, appropriately defined as “one of the worlds most effective displays of brewing incompetence”, which has very little to do with the real ‘Budweiser Budvar’ (Budějovický Budvar)’, except the stolen brand name. The real Budweiser beer ( “The Beer of Kings” since the 16th century) is produced by Budweiser Budvar Brewery (Budějovický Budvar) in the city of České Budějovice (German: Budweis), Czech Republic, brewed in accordance with the 1516 Reinheitsgebot law, using water, barley and hops. The original Budweiser Bier or Budweiser Bürgerbräu (Czech:Budějovický měšťanský pivovar), was founded here in 1785. The company began exporting to the United States in 1871. In the U.S., Anheuser-Busch started using the Budweiser brand in 1876 and registered it two years later. Eberhard Anheuser was a German-born soap manufacturer in St. Louis (which may explain the quality of the Bud).
    A second company (now named Budvar) was established in 1895 in same town by mainly Czech brewers, which also started exporting beer under the name Budweiser (being the German way of referring to something from the city such as a beer, while “Budějovický” means the same in Czech). These exports into the US market led to the long drawn trademark dispute.

  20. floridasandy

    I actually don’t dislike the taste of Budweiser, but we have a new grocery store here with all kinds of beer -and I can avoid Bud for some time now.

    I just tried chocolate peanut butter beer, and that was interesting.

  21. Shawny

    Please note: this is not an endorsement of any beers or discouragement of drinking any particular beers– please everybody check with your lawyer AND your doctor, before reading this and attempting to adjust your beverage choices on this basis of reading this reply and thanks for your consideration to my request–

    Oh yeah, Budweiser–

    I remember that one from the late 1970s…

    Then I have to remember– Old Style– “Brewed in G-d’s Country!”– I’m very glad, Elaine, that your deceased teatotaling female relatives NEVER heard that specific beer commercial over the airwaves on a cold Wisconsin Sunday morning like I did many years ago–

    Elaine, from what you have related, I’m sure your lovely teatotaling female relatives would have gone after the broadcast station– and the brewery– without mercy!

    I’d support them on that banning that brew for sure after having my first taste of “Old Style” beer many years ago and haven’t been back since to tasting it since then. Anyway, to be fair–

    Michelob Classic Dark wasn’t bad when it first appeared in the ’80s and– even seemed sometimes great with the stout versions– but still– it’s not even as good as a German import beer to America, IMHO, and remember– that German import version I’m talking about isn’t truly “real German beer”, either, because–

    Elaine, you were drinking the “real” native German beer!– because the German beer imports to America have alcohol level restrictions, as I understand it, to conform to American standards, which are lower alcohol levels. Please correct me if I’m wrong on that, anyway–

    My subjective opinion is that American beers are pretty awful unless hand-crafted– and I feel industrial mass production of beer via the big corporate brewing is questionable at best for quality of taste.

    Advertising is the biggest part of the success of these American beers, not the content, IMHO. It’s all buying into the hype and joining the bandwagon to fit in with your beer drinkin’ buddies at the big game tonight this weekend! Go team! Rah! Rah! Rah!–

    But the popularity of Pabst Blue Ribbon?????!!! Forgive me PBR fans– Please IGNORE the following and enjoy your beer–

    Arggh, I kind of blame David Lynch for that interest in PBR due to the notorious, “What kind of beer do you like’?” routine in the movie, Blue Velvet, where “the verdict” is “no to Heineken” and– “PBR! Instead!”– with Dennis Hopper’s vicious retort in that scene by his demented character.

    WARNING: contains realistic language not suitable for children–

    Finally… As I stroll past to the end of the beer aisle memory lane–

    Old Milwaukee is one beer I hope you never encounter, folks–

    Unless, you get some of that original Potosi Beer from the 1970s!!

    Anyway, Elaine, Potosi Beer is a Wisconsin beer original, though…

    Without “beer goggles” or even looking through the beer glass darkly, remember– that’s all just my opinion about beer and it is subjective, as you may LOVE the refreshing taste of all these beers I just mentioned– as “your mileage may vary” with tasting and enjoying each and every one of them. Prrrrrrrost!!!

    If you love your beer, just ignore me and my viewpoints–

    Please be warned. Please, always drink responsibly, please. Be of responsible age to drink, please. Always check with your doctor and your lawyer and so on, please. Thanks. Peace.

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