Disney’s Clash With Florida Has CEOs on Alert

State’s pushback against the company shows the risks executives may confront

In private meetings and coaching sessions over the past few weeks, top business leaders have been asking a version of the same question: How can we avoid becoming the next Walt Disney Co.

The fallout from the recent political spat between Disney and Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has alarmed leaders across the corporate sphere, according to executives and their advisers, and heightened the challenges for chief executive officers navigating charged topics.


Credit where credit is due: it was E. Michael Jones who spent the last five years on this specific issue, with the various California companies going into Ohio to suppress the First Amendment right to Freedom of Religion.

Recall the attacks on North Carolina for some local bill protecting women’s restrooms. The same companies that make billions of dollars in Saudi Arabia are complaining about some middle of the road suburbanites in North Carolina who did not accept the Cross-Dressing Ideology big California corporations are trying to impose on the rest of the country.

Google and Facebook censorship is controlled by the Zionist Jews at the ADL and the most fringe, far-left subcultures in San Francisco, California. These are the people who pledge to “destroy the nuclear family” and want to “break down the gender binary” and use racial slurs for Hispanic-Americans like “Latinx.”

This fringe of the fringe far-left is somehow in charge of dictating to the rest of America and demanding we go along with their very weird and frankly offensive ideology?

Hey corporate America: shut up and produce. No one elected you to “fix society” or interfere in the social politics of the several states, or the federal government.

Isn’t all the graft and subsidies you people get enough? Now you are going to force San Francisco Sexual Values down everyone’s throats?

Say – how many of you corporate CEOs were “Friends of Jeffrey Epstein?” If you know what I mean – more than a few. Bill Gates is out there apologizing again.

Any more CEOs want to play this game?