The White House is not unlike Bud Light in how it has tried to advertise to their customer base.

Bud Light had used transgender “woman” Dylan Mulvaney as a spokesperson for their brand to promote the March Madness basketball tournament when they congratulated him for 365 days of “being a woman” in an effort to be “inclusive and diverse.”

Not surprisingly, the company received a lot of backlash after their marketing trick failed spectacularly and their sales plunged 21% after customers and bar owners decided to boycott them.

With money on the line, Anheuser-Busch is now trying to distance themselves from what happened. They are promising “direct financial support” to delivery drivers, wholesalers and bar owners who have been impacted by their stupid decision – and also preparing to roll out new ads to stop the bleeding.

Now we learn that our military, the Navy specifically, tried the same promotional failure by appointing non-binary active-duty Yeoman 2nd Class Joshua Kelley as a Navy Digital Ambassador (influencer). Kelley performs under the drag name “Harpy Daniels.”

There are five total Digital Ambassadors and Kelley’s part of the Digital Ambassador program ran from October through March to reach a “wide range of potential candidates.” The Navy will be evaluating the success of the program and how they will proceed in the future. The spokesperson for the Navy said that the influencers were not compensated by the Navy. Kelley has performed his drag queen show on the USS Ronald Reagan – in 2017 and 2018 – and probably doesn’t mind “helping” out the Navy for free.

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Mark Milley, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, who came out against drag shows on military bases when he was questioned about it by Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-Florida). Milley said, “Those things (drag shows) shouldn’t be happening.” Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin also chimed in and said that “Drag queen story hours is not something that the department funds.”

But those are just empty words seeing that the military not only allows drag shows to happen, they’re using the stars of the show as promoters of the military.

Instead of actually recruiting more sailors, the Navy has most likely made their recruitment problem even worse. America has had enough of Democrat woeness and they’re definitely tired of it infiltrating the government and especially the military.

As Weasel News’ Tomi Lahren says, “Ya know we might all get nuked by China or Russia or Iran but at least we will die ‘inclusive.’”