“Get a shot – and have a beer!”

My friend, Spooky Noodles, has claimed for years…. higher-ups are reading my blog, because, I post on something unheard of, and in the following days – IT’S REAL!

I have been positing on my fight with Big Buck’s Alcohol Justice, and keep forgetting to post the definition of JUSTICE! You are looking at it! As a ordained WATCHDOG of the organization that BIG BROTHER BUCK BUILT – I will file a report on the conflict of interest with Wells Fargo. And, I will rat-out my President. I’m going to turn his Irish-Ass in to AJ, and – ALL IS WELL – Wells Fargo!

“Do you know where your Fargo is?”

Four days ago I sent Anheurser-Busch a message pointing out the conflict of interest AJ is having with WF. I got no reply, unless, we hear it come out of the President’s Irish mouth – the Shot Heard Round the World! Take that Bruce Lee Livingston!

I lived in Boston, and know the Irish Bar Rituals that I will post on. Moral Compasses are born, and come out of – IRISH BARS! I hereby copyright…

Get a shot – and have a beer!

I called Michael Scippa two days ago, and he did not return my call. Sarah Hatch did respond. I think I will contact the California Attorney General. Will Irish Joe Biden put in the Ol’ Southy Fix? Looks like those Irish Eyes are shining on me! William Buck owned Anchor Beer.

John Presco

President: Royal Rosamond Press

Biden announces huge push for vaccines: ‘Get a shot and have a beer’ – CNN Video

SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 15, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Alcohol Justice sent a letter to California Attorney General Xavier Becerra requesting a full-scale investigation of recent actions in the state by Anheuser-Busch InBev (ABI). Alcohol Justice believes ABI is in violation of California’s Cartwright Act and federal antitrust statutes, case law, and a 2018 federal court consent agreement.

Younger people, who are generally less vulnerable to the coronavirus but can still transmit it to others, have been less eager to get vaccinated than older Americans. In an effort to promote vaccination, beer-making giant Anheuser-Busch declared on Wednesday morning that it would buy free beer for Americans of legal drinking age if Biden’s goal for Independence Day were met.

Anheuser-Busch’s website appears to have crashed in the wake of the announcement.

“Get a shot and have a beer,” Biden quipped in discussing that giveaway, while also touting vaccine-related promotions by professional sports leagues. Vaccine-related lotteries have also proved popular; the president singled out Ohio, where 22-year-old Abbigail Bugenske became a millionaire through the state’s Vax-a-Million contest.

John PrescoTue 6/1/2021 11:55 AMTo:

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My name is John Presco and I am the President of Royal Rosamond Press a newspaper for the arts. I have been banking with Wells Fargo for a quarter of a century. I would like to interview Monica Cole about the National Food Beverage and Agribusiness. What is the status with anti-alcohol groups?

Alcohol Justice Asks California AG Xavier Becerra to Investigate Anticompetitive Anheuser-Busch InBev Takeover of Ace Beverage LLC USA – English 

Foreign-Owned Mega-Brewer Is Monopolizing US Beer Distribution Networks

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Dec 15, 2020, 15:00 ET

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SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 15, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Alcohol Justice sent a letter to California Attorney General Xavier Becerra requesting a full-scale investigation of recent actions in the state by Anheuser-Busch InBev (ABI). Alcohol Justice believes ABI is in violation of California’s Cartwright Act and federal antitrust statutes, case law, and a 2018 federal court consent agreement.

“Anheuser-Busch InBev is not content with its global, national and state dominance of beer manufacturing and is now seeking anticompetitive market power in California by buying up distributors like Ace Beverage LLC of Los Angeles,” stated Bruce Lee Livingston, Executive Director/CEO of Alcohol Justice. “Alcohol Justice has asked for a full-scale investigation by California AG Xavier Becerra of anticompetitive and unfair trade practices by ABI, led by their out-going CEO Carlos Brito.”

Alcohol Justice’s letter to Becerra outlines in detail its concerns, including:

“The monopoly power potential of ABI in California is already great. With significant control in the distribution network as well, ABI can:

  • Potentially get inside information on retail activity at nearly every store, on-sale ABC licensee, or small producer.
  • Lower and raise beer prices at will.
  • Offer generous promotions and swag to retail tier purchasers to force out competitive brands.
  • Make it difficult for craft brew producers to get onto their trucks, while under lock-down conditions the craft brew industry is already suffering great economic stress.
  • Diminish distribution market share for any remaining independent distributors, forcing them out of business or forcing them to sell their assets and routes to ABI at deep discounts.”

Alcohol Justice Board President Richard Zaldivar, the founder of The Wall – Las Memorias (a community-based health prevention non-profit), said, “The diverse population of Los Angeles is already suffering from the COVID-19 pandemic and does not need cheap beer products in our neighborhoods or struggling mom and pop small business retailers under the thumb of a global corporation like Anheuser-Busch InBev. The middle tier of beer distribution in Los Angeles needs protection from unfair business practices.”

The Alcohol Justice letter offers the possibility that ABI’s recent acquisitions in the state and its dramatically expanded market position could violate the spirit, if not the actual letter, of the October 2018 US District Court for the District of Columbia final judgement and order.  By agreeing to that consent decree, ABI was allowed to purchase the world’s second major beer producer, SAB Miller-Coors.  The court-approved settlement decree is supposedly monitored by the federal government to prevent over-concentration and undue influence by the behemoth manufacturer.

“Alcohol Justice believes that California’s antitrust law – the Cartwright Act, other statutes and case law – are relevant and being violated,” added Livingston. “And therefore, it is appropriate for Attorney General Becerra to investigate and prosecute, even if a federal response does not occur from the Department of Justice.”

CONTACT:Michael Scippa (415) 548-0492
Jorge Castillo (213) 840-3336

SOURCE Alcohol Justice

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