Republican Ralph Norman hit back at the company over their decision to have Mulvaney, 26, promote their product.
Norman told Fox News: ‘If there’s ever a case for a corporation to stay away from this type of issue – they made beer the last time I checked.
‘They don’t make policy. If they want to make policy, get into politics. If they believe in it that strongly. I’m surprised that’s it’s just 12 percent.
Norman continued: ‘There are a lot of past consumers of Bud Light who will never drink another Bud Light beer in their life, including me.’
Republican Mark Alford also told the news site : ‘Anytime that companies weigh in on issues involving culture and wokeism, it is a big risk.’
The brewer came under fire after their stunt with transgender influencer Mulvaney in April sparked a furious response from conservatives.
Mulvaney shared images of herself with a personalized can celebrating one year since she transitioned as well as posed with cans of the beer in a bathtub.
The brand where accused of meddling in one of the most hot-button culture war issues there is.
Anheuser-Busch’s CEO Michael Doukaris tried to play down the campaign with Mulvaney.
He told an earnings call: ‘We need to clarify the facts that this was one can, one influencer, one post and not a campaign.’
Investors were also told by Doukeris that Bud Light will triple its marketing spend this summer in a bid to woo customers back to the tarnished brand.
Earlier this month a letter was sent to retailers, bars and restaurants by Grey Eagle – which distributes Anheuser-Busch products around St Louis, Missouri.
It said: ‘Anheuser-Busch did not intend to create controversy or make a political statement.