All hell broke loose after comedian and actor Rob Schneider pointed out one obvious truth about Dylan Mulvaney

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Anheuser-Busch lost billions of dollars after company executives entered Bud Light into a sponsorship with transgender activist Dylan Mulvaney, a biological male who pretends to be a woman.

Despite gaining fame and fortune for pretending to be a woman, Mulvaney still believes he is a victim.

But now all hell is breaking loose after comedian and actor Rob Schneider pointed out this one brutal truth about Dylan Mulvaney.

It’s looking more and more like Bud Light will never recover from the boycott sparked by the company’s decision to partner with Dylan Mulvaney.

Since the boycott kicked off in May, Anheuser-Busch has dropped over $27 billion in market value, and Bud Light lost its long held position as America’s number-one beer to Modelo Especial.

Mulvaney recently attended the Streamy Awards where he was named as the breakthrough creator.

During his acceptance speech, Mulvaney claimed to be a victim of anti-trans hate and oppression.

“There’s been an extreme amount of transphobia and hate, and I know that my community is feeling it and I know that even our allies are feeling it,” Mulvaney said. “You need to support trans people publicly and proudly.”

Mulvaney’s attempt to portray himself as a woman comes off as offensive to many on the Left, as he goes overboard with heels, makeup, miniskirts, and other female stereotypes that infuriate feminists.

Like most Americans, comedian and actor Rob Schneider couldn’t help but notice Mulvaney’s embellishment of feminine qualities.

But unlike most Americans, Schneider is not afraid to speak his mind.

And he set off a firestorm on social media by calling out Mulvaney for his “gender appropriation.”

“If you believe there is such a thing as ‘cultural appropriation,’ then certainly this gentleman is guilty of ‘gender appropriation,’” Schneider wrote on X, formerly known as Twitter.

Schneider is pointing out the hypocrisy on the Left.

If someone who is not a Native American dresses up like one to support their local sports team, the Left accuses them of “cultural appropriation.”

And Scheider is only saying that if one believes this is true, then is Mulvaney not doing the same thing with gender by dressing up and acting like a woman?

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