(Molly Bruns, Headline USA) For anyone wondering what beer goes best with bugs, globalist billionaire Bill Gates recently invested some serious cash in Anheuser–Busch, the parent company to Bud Light.
Gates purchased 1.7 million shares of the company’s stock via the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Trust in 2023’s second quarter, costing Gates an estimated $95 million, according to the Daily Caller.
This purchase was made as the fallout from Bud Light’s attempted Dylan Mulvaney campaign continued. The brand struggled to recoup its cratered sales and $6 billion loss in revenue.
The beer purveyor attempted to recoup its losses through a series of failed ad campaigns before Gates’s apparent bailout.
After the initial fallout of the Mulvaney campaign, officials within the company said they planned to “spend heavily on the brand after spending fell off a cliff last year.”
The new marketing blitz kicked off with the NFL draft, featuring attempts to backpedal to the “pro-America” brand once again. The result was a lifeless, pandering commercial filled with meaningless buzzwords.
They also revived the long-dead “Bud-Knight” character in a desperate attempt to drum up some business.
“One might think that Bud Light could just apologize and admit that men aren’t women,” said podcast host Michael Knowles in a lengthy Twitter thread.
“But no matter how much Bud Light and parent company AB InBev might wish to rein in the radicalism, they can’t abandon the agenda,” he added. “They’re mired in World Economic Forum/ESG gobbledygook.”
Suppliers to AB InBev are also required to adhere to their diversity, equity and inclusion standards.
While Gates has not made an official statement on his purchase of Anheuser-Busch shares, his own ties to organizations like the WEF pushing a “New World Order” agenda may shed some light on the situation.
Gates has been stealthily involved in purchasing vast swaths of American farmland—presumably for the purpose of eliminating livestock agriculture and replacing it with insect farms or, perhaps, lots and lots of corn fields.
He also recently bought a large minority stake in Heineken. That may raise suspicions that the Microsoft founder is hatching another nefarious scheme—such as one, perhaps, to distribute vaccines through the nation’s alcohol supply, as well as its food supply.
Gates has admitted that he, himself, rarely imbibes the yeasty spirits.
“I am not a big beer drinker,” he wrote in a 2018 Reddit post, although on rare occasions he will “drink light beer to get with the vibe of all the other beer drinkers.”