Disney revealed: leaked videos show officials pushing LGBT agenda, saying DeSantis wants to “wipe out” gay kids

Videos posted on Twitter on Tuesday by an investigative reporter appear to show more Disney executives pushing the LGBT development agenda for workers as the company finds itself in the middle of a political fire surrounding parental rights law, HB 1557, in Florida.

In a video posted by journalist Christopher F. Rufo, Disney officials can be seen talking to staff at a “hands-on meeting” about Florida law, recently signed by Republican Ron DeSantis, with some Disney groups have clearly implemented the “gay agenda.”

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In another video, Disney Variety and Integration Manager Vivian Ware explains to employees that the company removes the words women, ladies, boys, and girls from its theme park so as not to alienate transgender children.

In the third video, an LGBT activist accuses Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis and his press secretary Christina Pushaw of trying to “erase” Disney LGBT workers.

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One of the videos shows a Disney official explaining that the company is committed to pushing “slow-moving stories” and setting up procedures to ensure the company creates enough “characters that are not gender sensitive.”


Disney CEO Karey Burke said in another video that she would like to see at least 50% of Disney’s future cast members recognized as LGBT or ethnic minorities.

Walt Disney did not immediately respond to a request for comment from Fox Business.

Disney’s domestic videos pushing the development agenda come a week after some Disney employees went to work last week protesting the lack of a company that violates Florida law that prohibits teachers from giving instructions on sexual orientation. and gender identity in kindergarten through third grade.

“The TWDC must be publicly committed to a viable plan that protects workers from hate speech,” the march team posted.

The plan to be implemented, according to the group, should reflect “the commitment of the LGBTQIA community + by stopping construction and investment in the state of Florida until the hate law is removed” as well as “stopping any effort to relocate Florida office workers. , ensuring staff Safety and job retention. The guarantee of an employee will not be dismissed when he or she is refused relocation to FL. “

Disney CEO Bob Chapek did not publicly address the bill when it was first debated in the Florida Legislature but later apologized for opposing it, promising to suspend Florida’s political donations and vowed that Disney would contribute an additional millions of dollars. Reasons for LGBTQ.

On Monday, after it was announced that DeSantis had signed the bill, Disney issued a statement condemning the move.

“Florida’s HB 1557, also known as ‘Do Not Say Gay’ bill, must never pass and must never sign the law,” the company said in a statement. “Our goal as a company is to repeal this law in the legislature, and we are committed to supporting the national and state institutions that are working to achieve this. We are committed to stand up for the protection of rights and safety. for LGBTQ + members in the Disney family, as well as the LGBTQ + community in Florida and across the country. “


The seven-page law does not prohibit the word “good” in school premises nor does it prohibit ordinary debates on topics related to sexual orientation and gender identity in the classroom but it is nevertheless referred to as “Don’t Say Bill Gay” Many media and politicians Democrat.

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“For Disney to come out and issue a statement saying that the bill has never passed and that they will actively work to eliminate it, I think, one, it was dishonest, but, two, I I think she crossed the border., DeSantis said at a news conference Tuesday in response to Disney’s remarks.

DeSantis added, “This state is governed by the interests of the people of the state of Florida. It is not based on the demands of California corporate executives.