Last Updated on May 23, 2023
A Bud Light commercial that aired in the 1990s predicted the transgender insanity that has consumed entertainment, sports, and seemingly every other sector of American society, including the K-12 education system and Bud Light itself.
The Bud Light commercial centers around a group of men, wearing wigs and women’s clothing, who crash a “Ladies’ Night” pool tournament, much like the modern men who proclaim womanhood and invade women’s sports.
As the men wipe out their female competition, one woman turns to another and says “These guys are good.”
As if she’d committed the 21st-century crime of “misgendering”, the female competitor was met with a “Who are you calling guys!?” from the group of cross-dressing pool players.
Evidently, the cross-dressing men eliminated all the female players, and a tournament judge tells them that they’re going to finals while looking at one of the male players, and mockingly calling him “ma’am.”
After a quick Bud Light sales pitch, the commercial snaps to the championship round, where a figure in a dress and what appears to be a wig is standing beside the pool table, ready to play against the cross-dressing challenger.
Only the reigning champion, is also a cross-dressing man.
“You’re the defending ladies’ pool champion?” the cross-dressing challenger asks the champion.
“Yes, I am,” a fellow man in a wig and dress replies.
Watch the video below:
Classic Bud Light commercial that predicts the future lol
— Wojciech Pawelczyk (@WojPawelczyk) May 22, 2023
The resurfacing of the 1990s Bud Light commercial has been met with great amusement online, with commenters longing for the days before wokeism destroyed television.
On a heavier note, Twitter users have said that the commercial predicted the transgender assault on women’s sports that’s playing out in the present day, as LGBT radicals attempt to overhaul girls’ and women’s sports by allowing males to compete against and share locker room facilities with females.
Much like in the commercial, over and over again through recent years, men proclaiming womanhood have entered women’s sporting competitions and come in first place, in some cases “breaking” records long held by actual women.
It even seemed to somewhat predict Bud Light’s own demise as a favorite light beer brand of American beer drinkers, as the Anheuser-Busch brand is currently facing a massive financial and business backlash for partnering with “transgender” influencer Dylan Mulvaney.
After doing so, Anheuser-Busch lost a whopping $5 billion in a span of just two weeks.