Payback: Jim Beam Hit with Crushing Blow After Mila Kunis’ Planned Parenthood Stunt

Celebrities (like actress Mila Kunis) seem to often feel they’re smarter than other humans.

Likewise, far left Hillary Clinton voters seem to take pleasure in thinking they’ve outwitted Republicans, when the opposite is true nearly 100% of the time.

Recently, Kunis, a global spokeswoman for Jim Beam, appeared on Conan and said she donates to abortion mill Planned Parenthood monthly in Vice President Mike Pence’s name.

  • vwVwwVwv

    And you know what, they think Conservatives do forget or forgive.

    • Justin St.Denis

      You are so right! There’s “Not a chance” that will happen. Conservatives remember to remember, while Liberals spend so much time erasing/rewriting history. Key difference. 😉

      • vwVwwVwv

        I fear for the NFL, they think to Conservatives forgive, only God forgives.

  • Gary

    Hmmmm , since the Ontario att General is a devout pro-sharia male……I’ll donate money to NAMBLA in Wynne’s name and Justin’s name since many of the 56 OIC’s sanction pedophilia for heterosexual muslim men.
    This will show how islamophilic they are and can get the muslim votes when they promise to legalize child-brides for only muslim males.

  • Bataviawillem

    Way to go, really smart.

  • Editor

    I hope this helps companies realize pandering to that market segment, young, urban, coastal (NY and LA) SJW types, will almost always come back and bite them in the ass. Their first loyalty is to their ideology, being offended and virtue signaling about it.

  • Justin St.Denis

    The upcoming congressional elections should prove interesting, given the declining value of the “celebrity endorsement”. By the time things get into full-swing, celebrity endorsements will be in the negative zone. This is a VERY GOOD thing since most celebrities are stupid, amoral, empty vessels whose actual worth to the planet/country is far less than that of the average American citizen. Time the average American citizen acknowledged that plain fact.

    “Celebrity culture” is in the trash, and most celebrities are garbage.

  • Oracle9

    Great PR – the shareholders will be thrilled that a dumb celebrity would alienate probably the majority of its customers.

  • Blacksmith

    Too bad Jim Beam is such crappy bourbon or I would boycott it. I cant because it is not really drinkable. I think the last time I had some would have been 1981.

    • Drunk by Noon ✓

      It’s crap compared to Maker’s Mark 46.

      • Blacksmith

        Makers Mark Is My Fave Right Now

        • ntt1

          I agree makers mark is very good and I’m a single malt man. Jim Beam tastes too much like southern comfort and that opens a veritable pandoras box of repressed sorrows

        • Jaedo Drax

          Good News! you can boycott it, by not buying Makers Mark Products, since they have the same corporate parent. (

          • Blacksmith

            Well crap! I guess I move on to Woodford , they don’t seem to be on the list yet.

    • A Hamilton Guy

      I like to drink.but ANY bourbon is shit. Dummies drink it to look cool.

      • Blacksmith

        So thanks for letting me know you are an ass.

  • kkruger71

    Unless there’s more to the story, like she mentioned Jim Beam in the interview or has connected her work with them and this action, I actually have a bit of a problem with this. I don’t want companies being punished for what their employees do in their off time politically. How is this really different than Twitter mobs trying to get people fired for attending pro-life rallies on weekends, or when the left went after that guy for putting a MAGA hat on the girl statue in New York last year? So long as they’re not doing anything illegal I don’t want companies “going after”, or being forced to go after employees for their political beliefs expressed when away from work.

    • lolwut? (Deplorable Hoser)

      Rules for Radicals #4

      “Make the enemy live up to its own book of rules.”

      • Editor

        Thank you lolwut?. I’ve been mulling over a response for kkruger71 for a couple of hours about being tired of “taking the high road” while the left destroys careers and reputations all over the place. Your comment perfectly summarizes my thoughts.

    • Exile1981

      There is a difference between being an employee of a company and being the paid spokeperson for that company.

      Its common that a spokeperson has a contract that specifically says they have to stay quite about political topics, because people will equate what they say publicly with the company.

      Years ago the McDonalds chain decided that no person can ever play the role of ronald the clown more than once. That way if/when the actor did something stupid their actions wouldn’t reflect back onbthe company through their having been the clown.

      Think of Jarid and the damage he did to the subway brand.

      • kkruger71

        Good point, though I would argue Kunis is in the middle between the employee example I used and the actual mascot and only famous for being the brand spokesman examples you gave.
        I do think however an organized boycot is treading very close to the line. Individual boycots to each persons principles, fine, I just get fidgety when I see online mob justice forming.

  • Hard Little Machine

    those heterochromatic eyes draw me in…….

  • Maggat

    “Kunis is all beauty on the outside”, however inside her tiny cranium there is only a scrambled mass of dog shit.

  • ntt1

    I think there might be a bit of an over reaction here, I thought her action was kind of a smart totally harmless prank on pence. I deplore abortion I know it for what it is, but if I were Pence I would find an equally embarrassing charity ,one that does a mail out thank-you ,or even better, a published yearly list of donors and donate accordingly in her name of course.

    • She gave money to a baby-eating organisation. Prank or not, it’s disgraceful.

  • Watchman

    Well I saw her in the documentary “Jupiter Ascending” and do believe its sowing us how Mila is indeed the genetic owner of the Earth, and still supporting of ‘harvesting’ unborn humans to convert into interstellar currency. This wasn’t fiction, right?

  • Guest

    How is this a “crushing blow”? Clickbait much?

  • How embarrassing for her.