In a morning interview in Britain, former Sex Pistols frontman John Lydon, aka Johnny Rotten, defended his support of President Trump, and slammed a news anchor for not understanding why Trump is popular with working class people.
“I’m working-class English, it makes complete sense to me to vote for a person who actually talks about my kind of people,” Lydon noted.
“Trump’s not a politician. He’s never claimed to be. How unusually, exceptionally wonderful is that for people like me?” the punk icon added.
“We’re bored of your intellectual left-wing ideas. You talk twaddle. Everything you do, you just miss the point, of who the general public are…” Lydon lectured the anchor, Susanna Reid.
When Reid attempted to interrupt Lydon he yelled “LET ME FINISH!”
When Reid tried to suggest that Trump’s “rudeness” could be a factor in the election result. Lydon roared back
“It does NOTHING for these people. NOTHING.”
While Lydon is British, he also has US citizenship, meaning he was eligible to vote in the election.
Last month, Lydon declared that “Joe Biden is, in all practicality, senile, and delinquently senile.”
“My wife has Alzheimer’s — I know the symptoms,” Lydon said in the BBC interview.
‘Mudpocalypse’ Hits Burning Man, 73,000 Trapped In ‘Toxic’ Lake Bed In Nevada Desert
On Sunday evening, a White House official said President Biden was briefed on the situation at the Burning Man festival located in one of the harshest environments on Earth.
As of Sunday evening, 73,000 attendees are still trapped in the toxic desert full of alkaline mud after a rainstorm transformed the dried-out lake bed into a swamp. Event organizers said, “The Gate remains closed. Please stay off of Gate Road — rain and mud make it impassable at the moment. We will update you when conditions improve. Stay safe!”
It’s a muddy hellhole.
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Food and fuel are running low for the tens of thousands of attendees (and tech bros) trapped at the Burning Man festival located in one of the harshest environments on earth (high desert, on a dried-up alkaline lake bed) in the Black Rock Desert in Nevada. The situation deteriorated early Saturday when a rainstorm drenched the lake bed, transforming the area into a ‘mudpocalypse.’
Since early Saturday, all entry and exit points of the Burning Man festival remained closed due to the thick, alkaline mud. As of 0900 ET Sunday, event organizers said, “The gate and airport in and out of Black Rock City remain closed. Ingress and egress are halted until further notice. No driving is permitted except emergency vehicles.”
Organizers continued to advise the 73,000 attendees to “conserve food and water, and shelter in a warm space.”
The Independent confirmed local officials had reported at least one death but have not released details on the suspected cause of death. A major concern is that the toxic alkali dust that makes up the lake bed is now three inches of mud, and if attendees aren’t wearing socks and closed shoes, it can cause chemical burns called “Playa Foot.”
And who attends this drug-infested event? The rich tech bros.
… rich white tech bros.
Surely, these ‘informed’ folks who are now stuck in a swamped toxic lake bed understood it was an El Nino year…
Probably not. They were fixated on the corporate media headlines hyping a non-existent climate crisis (well, that’s according to these 1,600 scientists).This post was originally published at Zero Hedge
Real Life ‘Sound Of Freedom’ Hero: ‘Media Running Interference For Pedophiles And Human Traffickers Is Sick’
“Why would you want to lie to push an agenda whose goal is to have children be in captivity?”
The real life former government agent who exposed child trafficking rings, inspiring the wildly popular new film ‘Sound of Freedom’, has hit back at a coordinated media effort to categorise the movie as some sort of conspiracy theorist’s wet dream.
In a Fox News interview, Tim Ballard, played by Jim Caviezel in the movie, responded to bizarre efforts to label it a ‘QAnon’ production.
“I can’t explain, and neither can they,” Ballard urged, adding “Every show I’ve seen, they just like to throw the word out, ‘QAnon.’ They make zero connection to the actual story. It’s very difficult to make that connection when it’s actually based on a true story.”
“Where is the QAnon doctrine being spewed in the film and the script?” Ballard demanded to know, adding “This is just some other agenda.”
“Who would want to get the backs or run interference for pedophiles and human traffickers?” Ballard emphasised, adding “That’s the more important question in all this. Why would you want to lie to push an agenda whose goal is to have children be in captivity? It’s kind of sick.”
The wild unmasking of the pro-child trafficking agenda seemingly started with this from The Washington Post and CNN:
Then the rest of the corporate media just ran with it:
All of this contributed to the film becoming a massive box office hit when it opened on July 4th, raking in over $40 million.
Here’s a… different take on the movie:
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Instead Of Hot Chicks In Bikinis, Bud Light Goes With ‘Grunting Men’ In Rehab Fail
As Naveen Anthrapully reports as The Epoch Times, the latest ad, “Backyard Grunts with Travis Kelce”, released on the weekend of July 4, features Kansas City Chiefs star Travis Kelce with a group of men grunting as they crack open a can of Bud Light.
On YouTube, it has gotten 2,187 comments, 256 likes and over 11,000 dislikes. Some of the comments on the ad are quite scathing.
“So you went from a man pretending to be a little girl to now showing manly grunting people … to swing it the other way? You gotta lock your marketing team in a room with rabid dogs and toss the key,” said one user.
“This is such an entertaining horror show!! Bud Light continues to push above and beyond the Envelope of Depraved Desperation & Pathetic Pleading!!” said another user.
“LOL Kelce didn’t even touch the can. Come on, Bud Light, you guys are losin … Still,” one user observed.
Bud Light’s Twitter post celebrating the July 4th weekend also attracted massive backlash.
“It’s 4th of July weekend, enjoy some beer,” said the post, which got over 26,000 comments and just around 4,500 likes.
“My family always called it Independence Day. This year I guess it’s independence from politically active beer too,” Tom Pappert, editor-in-chief at Valiant News, stated in a July 1 tweet.
“I don’t drink beer. But if I did, it would NOT be Bud Light. We didn’t forget!” Chaya Raichik, the creator of Libs of TikTok, stated in a tweet and garnered nearly 2,000 likes.
Permanent Dent in Sales
Bud Light turned into a boycott target after partnering with transgender social media personality Dylan Mulvaney in a promotional campaign in April. Since then, sales have cratered, market capitalization declined, and Bud Light-maker Anheuser-Busch InBev is caught in a tough spot trying to regain people’s confidence in the brand.
Data from Bump Williams Consulting and NielsenIQ show that sales for Bud Light was down 28.5 percent year over year for the week ended June 17, according to the New York Post. Other Anheuser-Busch brands, including Michelob Ultra and Budweiser, have also seen year-over-year losses.
Between April 3 and July 3, Anheuser-Busch’s market capitalization declined from $133.68 billion to $115.38 billion—a loss of more than $18 billion.
During this period, the company’s stock fell from €61.16 to €52.48, an over 14 percent decline.
In a recent note, Deutsche Bank analyst Mitch Collett said that the recent underperformance of Anheuser-Busch implies a “permanent reduction” in the company’s business in the United States, according to Barron’s.
“Our proprietary survey data suggest these headwinds are likely to fade even if we do not expect the U.S. business ever to fully recover from its current challenges.”
Bud Light has also lost the number-one position in the U.S. beer market following the marketing debacle.
Meanwhile, Luxembourg-based Ardagh Group, a major contractor for Bud Light, is shutting down two of its glass-bottling plants in Louisiana and North Carolina amid declining sales for the beer.
As Bud Light deals with the disastrous aftermath of its pro-LGBT campaign, Mr. Mulvaney has now come out slamming the company for abandoning the transgender activist while left-wing media are blaming the firm for trying to appeal to its conservative audience.
“I patiently waited for things to get better,” Mulvaney said in a recent Instagram Reel about the backlash. “But surprise, they haven’t really, and I was waiting for the brand to reach out to me, but they never did.”
“For a company to hire a trans-person and then not publicly stand by them is worse, in my opinion, than not hiring a trans-person at all because it gives customers permission to be as transphobic and hateful as they want,” Mulvaney insisted.
Left-wing outlet Jezebel ran an article on Bud Light last month with the headline, “Bud Light Is Embracing Country Music and Football to Try and Win Back Transphobes.”
A former president of sales and distribution for Anheuser-Busch, Anson Frericks, has called for the company’s U.S. CEO Brendan Whitworth to step down from the post due to his inability to solve the Mulvaney fiasco.
In a write-up at Daily Mail, Mr. Frericks criticized the company for not providing an appropriate response to Mulvaney’s claim that Bud Light abandoned the activist following the controversy.
Bud Light’s response to Mulvaney’s claim was that “as we move forward, we will focus on what we do best—brewing great beer for everyone and earning our place in moments that matter to our consumers.”
Frericks called the response “weak and indecisive … What does that mean? Absolutely nothing. And it will only deepen the chasm between the brand and its customers.”
He called Mulvaney’s criticism of Bud Light a sign of the activist cutting ties with the brand, “something Whitworth should have had the wisdom to do weeks ago.”This post was originally published at Zero Hedge
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