Two Ironies Weinstein & Hollywood Left Budweiser and the NFL Protests

There are two stories out there that are winding the irony meter to 11.

The first is the one that everyone is talking about, that is Hollywood Leftist and kingmaker Harvey Weinstein’s outing as a serial Sexual Harasser by the New York Times.

The idea of course that a Hollywood exec would use his power to bed actresses etc is not much of a surprise (as they say, what else is a private island for?) but the real irony is his advocacy for Hillary on down and various “women’s” causes that gave him a pass from those on the left who doubtless knew this was going on and said nothing are now rushing to return the funds  he  gave em over the years although I doubt Obama will be in a rush to give back the $600K plus he bundled for him after all this time together.

I don’t know if Weinstein’s “I’m a liberal Maybe give me a pass” defense will save him, but Bill Clinton isn’t being shunned by anyone these days

I’ll give the last word to Iowahawk

Irony #2 involves this Budweiser

The same day that the Wall Street Journal declared Cornoa the new King of Beers Budweiser is still taking calls like this:

Anheuser-Busch is asking NFL fans for their opinion on the National Anthem issue. NOTE: This is legitimate. I personally called and they have option 1 solely for this issue.

1-800-342-5283 (Option #1)

This is the number to Anheuser-Busch in St. Louis. They want to know how you feel about NFL players kneeling during the anthem and if they should continue supporting the NFL through advertisement dollars. When you call you will get an automated response and it asks if are calling about the NFL. Press 1 and then leave your message.

Budweiser is running ads like this during the Baseball playoffs

Does anyone see the irony of running ads with an “America” can while the NFL is protesting during the national anthem and complaining about police and getting responses like this:

“To the brave NFL players that ran into a hotel with an active sniper… Nevermind, those were police officers…”

I don’t think the problems for Budweiser and the NFL are going anywhere.