The Future Liberals Want: Meatless Burger Stock Soars Amid Impeachment Frenzy

Beyond Meat (BYND) is up almost 50 percent since May 2nd IPO

May 30, 2019

Special Counsel Robert Mueller broke his silence this week, but without really saying anything new. Nevertheless, the Democratic Party is clamoring for impeachment. Despite his unprecedented success as president, Donald J. Trump's approval rating is underwater, casting doubt on his ability to win reelection and Keep America Great.

Financial markets are beginning to grapple with the possibility that liberals might achieve the future they've always wanted. For proponents of freedom and winning, the implications are terrifying. Shortly after U.S. markets opened on Thursday, for example, shares of the plant-based burger company Beyond Meat (BYND) surged more than 6 percent, crossing the $100 threshold for the first time since its IPO earlier this month.

Joe Weisenthal, a lib finance editor at Bloomberg, celebrated the news on the popular social networking site Twitter.

Beyond Meat shares are up almost 50 percent since the stock hit the market on May 2, exactly two weeks after the public release of Mueller's phony collusion report. The company's stated mission is to find a "better way to feed the planet" by creating "delicious plant-based burgers, sausage, crumbles, and more." It is widely adored by libs who believe in "climate change" and "animal welfare."

This is the future liberals want. Goodbye delicious all-beef patties. Goodbye 4th of July barbecues. Goodbye 4th of July. Goodbye America.

President Trump needs our support. Now more than ever.