Who’s running Disney? LGBT employees make new demands on company and threaten more strikes

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The Walt Disney Company might be having some regrets about hiring so many militant gays and their sympathizers: That group is now splitting the company over its apparent reluctance to play strong-arm politics in the state of Florida.

Pending legislation in the Sunshine State would put an end to teaching children in kindergarten through third grade about homosexuality and transgenderism. This attempt at heading off sexual “grooming” by gay teachers and their enablers has ignited a firestorm of protest among homosexual activists.

Two big upcoming attractions, the Guardians of the Galaxy and Tron rollercoasters, are among the Disney World projects that could be delayed if pro-child-grooming employees protesting the company’s response to Florida’s so-called “Don’t Say Gay” bill get their way, reports DailyMail.com.

Protesters are demanding that Disney stop donations to politicians involved in passing the bill, such as Gov. Ron DeSantis, but incredibly, they also want Disney to stop all “construction and investment in the state of Florida” until the bill is repealed.

The legislation’s official name is the “Parental Rights in Education” bill and it is expected to go into effect in July. Gov. Ron DeSantis says the intent is to “empower parents” in their children’s schooling and make teachers draw a distinction between “instruction” and “discussion.”

On March 21 Disney CEO Bob Chapek, who had initially taken a cool and more businesslike approach to the protests, said it had been a “mistake” not to officially object to the bill earlier.

And parents, take note: He also promised to create a task force to create more LGBTQ content. For your kids.


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