Disney’s troubles actually began within the Florida-based corporation, when homosexual activists on the payroll demanded corporate executives publicly fight the controversial Parents Rights in Education bill. So the corporation’s top boss belatedly bowed to that internal pressure and spoke up – after Gov. Ron DeSantis had already signed the bill into law.
Meanwhile, parents-rights supporters protested outside Disney and stood with state legislators and with DeSantis, even after Democrats and the national media nicknamed the legislation the “Don’t Say Gay” bill and attempted to bully and intimidate the governor and state legislators over a bill that protects innocent children from sick indoctrination.
Peter LaBarbera of Americans for Truth About Homosexuality tells AFN that watching the public learn the facts about the Florida bill, then rip the national media and Disney, suggests the public is finally growing tired of homosexual activists and their bullying tactics.
“There were campaigns against Disney going back decades,” he says. “But only now that it's reached this sort of popular knowledge and the conservatives are in the fight across the board as this happened.”
LaBarbera, who has documented homosexual activism for decades, has also watched the bullying activists claim they are victims of “homophobia” and “hate” at the very same time Fortune 500 corporations, academia, Hollywood, and the national media bow a knee to the demand for "tolerance" and their claims about "pride."
Down in Florida, however, Gov. DeSantis wasn’t done with Disney’s attempt to bully state leaders. Disney witnessed the state yank a special tax-saving privilege for the mega-sized amusement park, which removed an agreement that dated back to the 1960s.
Democrats angrily denounced the action as “retaliation” against Disney but unmentioned in many news stories and press releases is the “Don’t Say Gay” lies that were spread by the same activists demanding “tolerance” and “equality.”
Whether the public boycotts a company, fires off an angry email, or defends a governor and legislators at a protest, LaBarbera says the other side is unhappily witnessing grassroots pushback that is underfunded and decades late. But keep fighting anyway, he says.
“Let them know,” he urges, “that you're not going to put up with this sexual propaganda and radical gender ideology being foisted on kids.”