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June 30, 2021
Bill Pullman, Budweiser Team Up for Cringeworthy Pandemic Parody of Infamous 'Independence Day' Speech
Independence Day has turned into a wee bit of a joke this year thanks to Joe Biden. It started with Biden telling us that "if we did what we were told," he'd let us celebrate July Fourth in small groups. Then he threatened to take July Fourth away because we weren't listening. Then when it turned out that Biden failed at his goal, he didn't have the testicular fortitude to cancel the holiday. Which was a good thing, since most Americans were going to celebrate the Fourth of July whether Biden allowed us to or not.
But July Fourth was still set as a goal as the "end" of the pandemic. A time to celebrate leaving your house for the Americans who haven't been doing so this entire time. Budweiser has never met a virtue it wouldn't signal, so a special commercial was in order. The company teamed up with actor Bill Pullman for his famous Independence Day speech. Get ready to cringe.
Budweiser | Go Fourth, Americayoutu.be
For you youngbloods who may not know who this guy is or what is even happening right now, here's the source material.
Independence Day (4/5) Movie CLIP - The President's Speech (1996) HDyoutu.be
I'm actually surprised they went with Pullman. A more woke company would have put Anthony Fauci in the role of the president.
More eyeroll-worthy than anything 'rona-related? The line about grilling veggie OR meat burgers. If you can't just say burgers, you're a virtue-signaling leftist douche. Also, if you're allowing veggie burgers on your grill, you don't even deserve to have a grill.
Let's expose two inconvenient truths. One, Independence Day was a terrible movie and Pullman's monologue was "meh." Two, the only people who drink Budweiser do so because it's on sale and/or because that's what their grandpappy drank.
If this Independence Day is really "different" from all others, so be it. Let it be Americans declaring their independence from douchey brands, actors, and politicians.
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