Tomi Lahren: Conservatives Have Learned with Bud Light that They Have a Voice
LAHREN: "Well, I'll tell you, because Bud Light proved to conservatives that we do have a voice and we do have a platform and we are consumers. And I'll tell you this, going back to the comments from the ladies on 'The View,' right, it’s so funny they are saying this, essentially gaslighting the American public, because it’s actually the left that has been perpetually offended by everything for at least the last 5 years plus, right? This is the party that wanted to cancel Aunt Gemima, the Land O'Lakes butter, Uncle Ben's. I mean, 2020, we s aw so many products be rebranded, we saw so many people having to go through cancel culture, rebranding, because the left was triggered by absolutely everything. But then conservatives got smart and said, 'You know what? We can do that too. And instead of just standing up for our microaggressions, we will stand up for kids.' That's what conservatives have done. We have taken a hold, we have said we stand up for women’s integrity, women's rights, women's equality, and we also stand against the sexualization, the exploitation and the grooming of children. Conservatives learned with Bud Light that we do have a voice and we can make a difference. Now we are running with it and the left doesn’t like it because now we are playing the game and we are winning the game they created. Well, too bad, too sad, because we are here to play."