Anheuser-Busch Makes New Move to Win Conservatives Back, Group Warns Not to Take the Bait

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Beware of a corporate giant wearing a conservative mask, an advocacy group is warning as  Anheuser-Busch tries to court conservative lawmakers.

The brewing giant, reeling from lost sales due to a backlash from its partnership with transgender influencer Dylan Mulvaney, has now hired lobbyists to storm Capitol Hill, according to a report from Fox Business.

The company hired Origin Advocacy, LLC, Origin founder Sean McClean and Origin partner Emily Lynch, both of whom are long-time aides of Republican senators.

McClean was a legislative director for Republican Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas and Republican Sen. Marsha Blackburn of Tennessee when she served in the House. Lynch was a legislative assistant to former Republican Sen. Kelly Ayotte of New Hampshire and Rep. Virginia Foxx of North Carolina.

The American Accountability Foundation, a self-described “non-profit government oversight and research organization,” is warning conservatives against being fooled by the lobbying effort.

McClean and Lynch are “making the rounds on the Hill trying to red-wash Bud Light’s disastrous decision to partner with a man pretending to be a woman and tell you the company really does respect conservative values,” AAF President Tom Jones wrote in a letter, according to Fox Business.

“They’re even making the shamefully offensive equivalency argument that their transgender activist beer can is just like their beer can honoring WWII vets,” Jones wrote.

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