After the Bud Light fiasco last month, how many brands and companies do you think are regretting partnering up with transgender activists?
A trans woman [sic] and drag queen appeared to promote a paid partnership with Smirnoff, but the vodka retailer is denying any current deal with the budding activist.
Several recent Instagram posts from drag queen and trans woman [sic] "Maxine LaQueene" featured the official "Paid Partnership with Smirnoff" tags, denoting that the major liquor retailer has hired the biological male for promotional material.
Smirnoff quickly rushed to deny any relationship with the activist. LaQueene "is not currently a Smirnoff partner, and does not currently have any contract with Smirnoff," the company said.
Hmm, "not currently," "does not currently." That's very conditional language.
So it turns out that Smirnoff did partner with this man at one point; he was "one of the participants in a promotional campaign in the fall of 2022 but not now in 2023."
So why would Smirnoff be trying to bury that relationship under six feet of weasel words? Well:
Yes, this occurred in a public place — the Texas state legislature — reportedly with women and children nearby:
[Censored pervert parts ahead]
LaQueene claimed he was merely "trying to help [his] friend up" and did not realize he had exposed his private parts to the entire assembly.
Just like a real lady.
As Fox noted, the transgender-led protests in the Texas legislature were against the state's plan to "ban gender surgeries or other sex reassignment procedures being performed on children."