The conservative beer company Ultra Right released limited edition beer cans featuring former President Donald Trump’s mugshot.
Seth Weathers, the company’s CEO and founder of the conservative lifestyle brand Freedom Speaks Up, revealed in an interview with Fox News Digital why he decided to create the cans dubbed “Conservative Dad’s Revenge” following the beer brand Bud Light’s partnership with transgender influencer Dylan Mulvaney.
“It’s time for conservatives to stand up and refuse to back down. We’re doing our part to fight the communists running the Fulton district attorney’s office by raising money for our Georgia friends who have been unjustly indicted,” he said.
According to Fox News Digital, 10 percent of the proceeds from the custom cans sales, available on the company’s website for “two weeks or less,” will be “donated to the Georgia Republican Party and the David Shafer Legal Defense Fund to defend Georgia’s Trump electors against unjust political prosecution.”
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“The proceeds are essential for us to continue supporting the legal defense of our electors, who are being persecuted by the rogue Fulton DA, Fani Willis, for the false ‘crime’ of lawfully contesting an election,” Josh McKoon, chairman of the Georgia Republican Party, stated.
The six-pack beer is listed for $25 plus shipping on the website.
“Conservative Dad’s Revenge will become the most collectible beer can in history while helping fund a fight against injustice. The unjust prosecution of our fellow citizens is a historic moment in our history, how we respond will determine our future as a nation,” Weathers said of Trump’s indictment.
On Aug. 31, CNN reported Trump was indicted on state charges stemming from “alleged efforts to overturn the former president’s 2020 electoral defeat.”
“Donald Trump is the first current or former president in U.S. history to face criminal charges, and with his third presidential bid under way for 2024,” per CNN.
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