MUST WATCH: Miller Lite’s woke spokeswoman CENSORED the word ‘Trump’ from her show

"He gets enough air time as it is."

A resurfaced video revealed that comedian and actress Ilana Glazer, who was seen in Miller Lite's "Bad $#!T to Good $#!T" advertisement last in March, admitted to censoring former President Trump's name on her show, telling Stephen Colbert that she now refers to him as "President Bleep."

"You guys made a little bit of political comedy news in the last couple of days because what you're doing something special this season with a well without with our president, what is it?" Colbert asked Glazer in 2017.

Glazer responded in the affirmative, calling Trump, "President Bleep" before adding, "He gets enough air time as it is." Glazer starred as the leading character in the show Broad City, which ended in 2019.

The advertisement, which showed an ostensibly feminist lady lamenting women consuming beer in bikinis, has since been yanked from Miller Lite's platforms following a backlash against the company over its partaking in "woke" trends, with some referring to it as the "next Bud Light."

Glazer kicks off the commercial by sharing what she called a "little-known fact" that "women were among the very first to brew beer — ever."

"Centuries later, how did the industry pay homage to the founding mothers of beer? They put us in bikinis. Wow."

“Today, Miller Lite is on a mission to clean up not just their sh*t, but the whole beer industry’s sh*t," she proclaims, before revealing that Miller Lite will be sending money to women brewers so they can "grow quality hops. Miller Lite has been scouring the internet for all this sh*t and buying it back, so they can turn it into good sh*t for women brewers. Literally, good sh*t."

Miller Lite's March campaign came just weeks before Bud Light sent a promotional can to Dylan Mulvaney, a well-known TikTok user who self-identifies as a woman, featuring the biological male's face to celebrate "365 days of girlhood." The move angered customers, leading to a boycott of the brand as well as the vice president of marketing taking a sudden leave of absence, which many speculate was forced by the company. 

Although Miller Lite has yet to face the level of pushback experienced by Bud Light, the beer giant does appear to be concerned given its decision to suspend advertisement of the feminist commercial. 

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