Gov. Ron DeSantis Says Disney Is In The Grip Of The Chinese Communist Party While Responding To Corporate Criticism Of Florida’s ‘Don’t Say Gay’ Bill | Orlando Area News | Orlando

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The days are getting dumber and dumber, aren’t they? Yesterday afternoon, the governor of Florida and likely next president of the United States accused the near-monopoly entertainment company that runs Florida’s biggest attraction of pandering to the will of the communists.

Governor Ron DeSantis has responded to Disney CEO Bob Chapek’s statement against Florida’s recently passed “Don’t Say Gay” bill by trying to paint the biggest media company on Earth as a bunch of red.

“How do they possibly explain lining their pockets with their relationship with the Chinese Communist Party?” DeSantis shared in a statement, via his publicist Christina Pushaw. “Because that’s what they do, and they make a fortune, and they don’t say a word about the really brutal practices at the hands of the CCP.”

DeSantis’ harsh and absurd words came after Chapek explained Disney’s stance on a bill that would ban discussion of sexual orientation or gender identity in Florida schools. Chapek noted the criticism the company has received for its apparent silence on the bill, saying it chose to pressure lawmakers to work against the proposal behind the scenes.

Disney CEO Bob Chapek says the company worked ‘behind the scenes’ to oppose Florida’s ‘Don’t Say Gay’ bill

Disney CEO Bob Chapek says the company worked ‘behind the scenes’ to oppose Florida’s ‘Don’t Say Gay’ bill

By Alex Galbraith

Florida News

“While we’ve been strong community supporters for decades, I know many are upset that we didn’t speak out against the bill,” he said. We were opposed to the bill from the start, but we chose not to take a public position on it because we felt we could be more effective by working behind the scenes, engaging directly with legislators from both sides of the aisle. »

Chapek apologized for the unsuccessful strategy and said his company would continue to lobby against the future law. Yale graduate Ron DeSantis presented himself as a subscriber to the hypodermic needle communication theory, imagining Florida classrooms where children are fully indoctrinated by the mere mention of the existence of gay people.

“Companies that have made a fortune catering to families should understand that parents don’t want this injected into their child’s kindergarten classroom,” he said. “Our policies will be based on the best interests of the citizens of Florida, not the daydreams of woke corporations.”

Florida’s Controversial ‘Don’t Say Gay’ Bill Passes Senate
LGBTQ lawmakers Michele Rayner, Carlos Guillermo Smith and Shevrin Jones are criticizing the Legislature's passage of a bill that places restrictions on teaching about gender identity and sexual orientation.

Florida’s Controversial ‘Don’t Say Gay’ Bill Passes Senate

By Ryan Dailey, NSF

Florida News

Video taken inside a mall restaurant that looks like the three-time Blandest Porkchop award winner showed DeSantis pushing back against the entirely fictional idea of ​​6-year-olds forcibly confused about their gender identity. DeSantis first posted the video on Fox News because if he knows anything, he knows his audience.

“We’re not going to allow them to inject transgender into kindergarten,” he said to boos and hollers from Florida’s most distant grandparents. “It’s not appropriate for these children.”


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