The entire Internet is laughing at Trump supporters and their misspelled #BoycottBudwiser hashtag

Graham Gremore

Well, this is embarrassing.

After Budweiser released a commercial during yesterday’s Super Bowl 51, chronicling the journey of Adolphus Busch, the beer giant’s founder who immigrated from Germany to the United States in the 1800s, Trump supporters immediately took offense. Apparently stories about immigrants of any kind–not just Muslims or Mexicans–are politically incorrect and should be banned.

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The hashtag #BoycottBudwiser quickly started trending in response to the commercial, with many die-hard Trump devotees tweeting at the company about their disappointment in its pro-immigrant message. But what they didn’t seem to realize is that they spelled “Budweiser” incorrectly, forgetting the “e,” and totally killing their attempted boycott.

Never fear. Other people quickly noticed the typo and pointed it out.

Here’s how the Internet has responded to the alternative spelling…

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