Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, once again, has the last laugh!
After his resounding, nearly 20-point triumph over his Democrat competitor in the recent gubernatorial race, DeSantis has notched another key victory, for not only Florida, but also families worldwide.
Families who are rather uninterested in their kindergarten children learning about the latest elements of the apparently integral LGBTQ+ curriculum, which appear more important to Democrats than more worthy pursuits, like math and reading.
Then again, Democrats thrive on destroying individuality in all its forms, right down to rather obvious gendered differences between people.
Disney, long known for producing entertainment targeted towards children, has been particularly disturbing in its obsession with all things LGBTQ+, as the ultra-left has apparently hijacked companies focused on younger people.
Not surprisingly, the company made a rather unwise move in its response to DeSantis’s “Parental Rights” bill, as Disney apparently doesn’t like the idea of parents having rights, nor does it like the idea of parents apparently having an issue with their children being subjected to an absurd degree of “diverse” sexuality in public schools.
Unfortunately, Disney assumed DeSantis would roll over and apologize like too many others have, which was yet another unwise assumption, as DeSantis opted to revoke the company’s special tax-exempt status instead.
As the tax status expiration is set to kick in as soon as June 1, 2023, it is little wonder that Disney officially rid itself of the CEO who openly opposed DeSantis, instead instilling Bob Iger once again.
Apparently, Iger understands that most people prefer to leave politicization outside of Disney, especially of the extreme sexual variety.
Iger acknowledged the controversy surrounding the company, claiming that some “subjects” are not necessarily political, though they have become that way.
“I think that some of the subjects that have proven to be ‘controversial’ as it relates to Disney have been branded political, and I don’t necessarily believe they are. Do I like the company being embroiled in controversy? Of course not. It can be distracting and can have a negative impact on the company. To the extent that I can work to quiet things down, I’m going to do that,” Iger brayed.
“Not necessarily political.” No kidding.
“Criminal” is a more accurate description, and since Democrats have become increasingly synonymous with crime (not so much punishment, however), then “political” and “criminal” could frankly be used interchangeably.
“I think it is important to put in perspective what some of these subjects are and not just simply brand them political,” Iger affirmed.
Hear you loud and clear, Iger. As stated above, the subjects indeed are not “simply” political … they are criminal, abusive, and deeply, deeply disturbing.
Needless to say, DeSantis chuckled over Iger’s efforts to tamp down extreme politicization that appears to ooze from multiple elements of the organization.
When viewing the new CEO’s commentary during an appearance on Tucker Carlson, DeSantis chuckled at Disney’s efforts to claim it wasn’t being overtly political.
“We didn’t drag them in, Tucker,” DeSantis drawled, “they went in on their own, and not only opposed the bill. They threatened to get it repealed.”
Ironically, all Disney achieved was losing its special tax-exempt status instead.
Since Democrats are so fixated on raising taxes, the company should have been thrilled! Alas, it appears loss of that status is precisely what ushered in a CEO that’s already been at the helm of Disney before.
DeSantis also made is abundantly clear that he will not tolerate “woke” companies and their apparent obsession with ramming extreme leftist ideology down Americans’ throats.
“Disney and other woke corporations won’t get away with peddling their unchecked pressure campaigns any longer. If we want to keep the Democrat machine and their corporate lapdogs accountable, we have to stand together now,” DeSantis boomed.
May DeSantis’s victories continue, unabated …
Author: Ofelia Thornton