Arkansas Gov. Sarah Huckabee Sanders (R) is probably not getting the reaction she expected to her new transphobic message.
“Real women don’t have to fake it,” Huckabee Sanders announced on Twitter, along with a video advertising beer koozies with the faces of Republican women on them.
Huckabee Sanders was attempting to capitalize on the right’s outrage at Bud Light for the past three weeks for sponsoring a 50-second Instagram video made by transgender influencer Dylan Mulvaney. Some conservatives have shot up cases of beer with assault weapons, others have posted sad videos dumping out beer, while many more have promised to boycott the beer company, with varying degrees of success.
“Today we salute all the great woman leaders of this great country,” a narrator with a deep voice says in the voiceover for the Huckabee Sanders video as a woman sings, “Real women don’t have to fake it” in the background.
“Some of these companies can’t tell the difference between real and fake anymore,” the narrator says as the singer sings, “Real people know the difference.”
“That’s why we’re introducing the Real Women of Politics koozie,” the voice continues as blue beer koozies featuring Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds (R), South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem (R), and Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey (R) are shown.
“And if it covers up the label of a big woke company, well, that works too,” the narrator continues, showing the advantages of the koozie for people who want to keep on secretly drinking Bud Light.
The koozies are being sold on Huckabee Sanders’s campaign website for $15 a pair.
Many people had trouble ignoring how the “it” in the common expression “fake it” refers to orgasm.