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Pro-lifers Boycott Jim Beam After Spokeswoman Mila Kunis Says She Donates to Planned Parenthood in Pence’s Name

Pro-lifers Boycott Jim Beam After Spokeswoman Mila Kunis Says She Donates to Planned Parenthood in Pence’s Name

“I disagreed with some of the stuff Pence was doing and was trying to do”

Actress Mila Kunis joined Conan last week. On the show, she revealed she makes an anonymous monthly donation to Planned Parenthood in Vice President Pence’s name.

Kunis apologized in the event her “peaceful protest” was offensive and said, “I disagreed with some of the stuff Pence was doing and was trying to do and so as a reminder that there are women out there that may or may not agree with his platform, I put him on a reoccurring list of donations that are made in his name to Planned Parenthood,” said Kunis. “And so there’s a monthly, every month, to his office he gets a little letter that says like, an anonymous donation has been made in your name.”

Kunis didn’t mention what Pence did or was trying to do that she found unacceptable. In addition to acting, Kunis serves as spokeswoman for Jim Beam, appearing in several commercials.

The less than life-friendly revelation has some in the pro-life community riled up. In protest, they’re boycotting Jim Beam.

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Others have come to Kunis’ defense, promising to buy more Jim Beam.

Kunis is a mother of 2.

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4th armored div | November 9, 2017 at 6:35 pm

are the pro abortionists anti death penalty ?

what crime did the aborted fetus do which merited a death penalty ?

    alaskabob in reply to 4th armored div. | November 9, 2017 at 6:55 pm

    The fetus is not seen… while the murderer is a fully formed and visible human. Out of sight .. out of mind. If a million people vanish overnight… nothing to be seen… but witness the slaughter and things change.

    Pretty soon getting a good drink may become hard to find. Of course a 50 year old Scotch comes from better days before Antifa , Monica and The Beast.

Since I’m boycotting Budweiser products, I’ll switch to Jim Beam now!

Do what Pence re-tweeted:

Make “anonymous” monthly donations to or the NRA … in “honor” of Mila…

let her know!

I don’t usually drink Jim Beam but when I do, it’s Jameson’s.

There are just too many choices of good Bourbon, Jim Beam isn’t near the top of any list of mine anyway.

I personally make a monthly contribution to Maker’s Mark. For them, it’s just a profit deal.

The most despicable part of this is that she’s deliberately slandering Pence by trying to make him appear to be a hypocrite.

    C. Lashown in reply to rabidfox. | November 10, 2017 at 8:43 am

    …and you were expecting integrity from a Hollywood skank? Most are just wrinkled up bitter old women inhabiting fresh young bodies, at best. It’s the climate of Hollywood – toxic.

I assume Jim Beam has some language regarding termination for cause due to bad behavior.

This is bad behavior.

    regulus arcturus in reply to JOHN B. | November 10, 2017 at 1:13 am

    The problem with liquor endorsements is that the very product you are endorsing encourages said bad behavior.


    David Boies

Mila Kunis was 14 when she played the slutty girlfriend on “That 70’s show” to a 19 year old who played Kelso. And now she is married to him and spouting off political BS.

Jim Beam needs to drop her now. Keeping her on will do nothing but hurt the brand name. Actors look good and can recite lines with emotion but they are stupid in everything else.

    bour3 in reply to Tsquared. | November 11, 2017 at 1:18 am

    Really? Oh man, and I really like her character too. Now all those reruns will have this new dimension.

    I wonder why the Pence supporters don’t talk about making donations to pro-life causes in her name so that she gets notifications continuously. That’s the bit of nefarious glee that she’s self-congratulating about. Why do they suggest anonymous donations? See, that’s the difference between conservatives and liberals, conservatives are just so … oh, what’s the word for it … it’s on the tip of my tongue … conservative!

Planned Parenthood, a for-profit global corporation that offers wicked solutions to hard problems, including abortion rites that deny lives deemed unworthy, inconvenient, or profitable, where the latter is notable for its clinical cannibalism to reuse, recycle, and reduce select human lives. Truly a worthy cause, if there ever was one.

Rocket scientist, eh? What is the point of making an anonymous donation to Planned Parenthood in the name of another, if you tell the entire world that YOU are doing it? NEWS FLASH, making donations anonymously is so that NO ONE will know that YOU are responsible. DUUUUHH.

I see a future Governor of California here.

    Dimsdale in reply to Mac45. | November 10, 2017 at 8:32 am

    It is cowardly infanticide. She is a weasel. Another Hollywood abuser, this time, of unborn girls (and boys).

I’ve stopped buying liquor brands that are owned by the major liquor conglomerates, e.g., Diageo, Beam-Suntory, Louis Vuitton Moet-Hennessey, Remy-Cointreau, etc. I don’t include Bacardi or Brown-Forman on this list because they are still family-owned. Admittedly, this can be challenging at times, as these conglomerates own almost every major spirit brand on the planet, but, with some research, it is possible to avoid them. There are still a few smaller, independent producers that I like to support.

For bourbon, I buy and recommend any of the following brands from Heaven Hill distilleries — Elijah Craig, Evan Williams and Bernheim Wheat Whiskey (technically not a bourbon, as its mash bill contains 51% wheat, but, a great product). For rum, I choose Rhum Barbancourt from Haiti and Plantation 5-year-old from Barbados, as well as Plantation Three-Star blended white rum. For gin, Citadelle. Mezcal (the conglomerates are starting to move into this space, now) El Silencio and Vida (the latter bought by Remy-Cointreau, but, I like Ron Cooper, the company’s founder, so, I make an exception in this case).

    tyates in reply to guyjones. | November 10, 2017 at 2:25 pm

    You’re 100% right. We studied some of these companies in business school and they’re just marketing machines trading on supposed European cultural superiority.

Why ANYONE would drink Jim Beam when Woodford Reserve and Knob Creek are available on the same shelf is bewildering. But I support the boycott, if only in principle.

    5under3 in reply to MTED. | November 10, 2017 at 9:52 am

    Because we would rather sit on the beach and drink our Beam and Coke on ice with Magnum, Rick and TC instead of some smoking room in Robin’s house with Higgins and our Woodford Reserve neat!

      I never understood the compulsion to mix any spirit with Coke. To each his own. I’ll take my Woodford neat–there’s really no other way to appreciate liquid fire!

” is a mother of two”

Well technically a mother of 4. But Ashley’s arrival interfered with the very important prom night. And Bradley got rescheduled once she realized she’d have to spend the shoe Budget on diapers.

But hey 2 out of 4 is not bad. right Ashley?…

Just let Jim Beam know that as long as Mila Kunis is their spokeswoman, I’m a Jack guy.

I was going to make a snarky comment like “How do you boycott something you don’t buy?”

After reading all the comments, I am surprised who much the pro-life movement has grown beyond church going tea totalers!

Good idea, Mrs. Kutchner. I just made a monthly gift in your name to ‘Live Action’ pro-life organization.

This is what’s called ‘Thumb in your eye activism.’ It’s practiced by self-righteous cretins who simply aren’t content to speak their piece, boycott a product, or vote in recognition that other people have different legitimate viewpoints.

Nope. These self-righteous cretins seek to throw a turd into their enemy’s swimming pool until they cause so much grief their enemy capitulates to their petulant demands.

Why? Because to these petulant, self-righteous cretins, there are no ‘different legitimate viewpoints.’

It’s why they show up at your house to protest. It’s why they shut down an interstate highway. It’s why they shout down invited speakers. It’s why they kneel for the Anthem. It’s why they assault people at rallies, etc.

These people are little more than petulant children with money who seek to bully anyone who espouses a different legitimate viewpoint.

So, I will be Mila’s self-righteous cretin who just threw a turd into her swimming pool. You’re welcome.

Jim Beam hasn’t been all that good for years now.
Try Ezra Brooks.