Megyn Kelly Loses it Over Kid Rock Abandoning the Bud Light Boycott

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Megyn Kelly is one of the leading voices in opposition to the woke agenda.

But Kelly isn’t happy with someone she considered an ally.

And Megyn Kelly lit up Kid Rock for this Bud Light boycott betrayal.

An August article from CNN revealed Bud Light’s parent company InBev lost $395 billion thanks to the Bud Light boycott.

In October, Fortune reported Bud Light sales were down 13 percent.

Yet despite the staggering success of the boycott, top conservative figures like Kid Rock and UFC President Dana White called for an end to the boycott.

Kid Rock claimed conservatives made their point about Bud Light marketing transgenderism to young people through a sponsorship deal with Dylan Mulvaney, a biological male who dresses and acts like a 10-year-old girl.

In White’s case, Bud Light bought off White with a $100 million deal to become the official beer sponsor of the UFC.

Megyn Kelly addressed these developments on her podcast and was furious that Dana White and Kid Rock were trying to sabotage the most successful conservative pushback against woke corporations.

“This is like the only successful boycott that Republicans have ever engaged in. It’s the only time they’ve stuck together and actually been heard. And because Kid Rock and Dana White want to give it up, we’re supposed to all surrender our principles now,” Kelly stated.

Kelly said she respected Kid Rock, but that he was wrong to want conservatives to back down.

Bud Light not only insulted their audience with the Mulvaney deal, one of the executives responsible attacked the beer’s current customer base as “too fratty.”

“And I like Kid Rock. I actually do. I like the guy, but he’s wrong. He can do what he wants. If he wants to drink a Bud Light he can — he does not speak for the rest of us. Many of us are still deeply offended by that brands’ partnership with the person who makes his living mocking women, Dylan Mulvaney. Not to mention what they said about their core audience and customer base, which is that they’ve gotten ‘too fratty’ and they want to get away from them. Like, just who at Bud Light thinks that we do what Kid Rock tells us to?” Kelly continued.

The UFC is the most pro-Trump sports league in America.

Dana White is one of the most prominent Trump supporters in America.

And Kelly was horrified that Bud Light thought it could buy off conservatives by forking over $100 million to White.

“To me it’s just absurd that Bud Light won’t f—ing apologize, but will pay $100 million to the fighter guy so that the rest of us will bend the knee. You bend the knee, sir. You bend the knee!” Kelly declared.

What infuriated Kelly was the fact that Bud Light never apologized for the Mulvaney deal nor did executives promise nothing like this would ever happen again.

And that’s why Kelly believes the Bud Light boycott should continue.