Desperate Disney: CEO Says Company Will ‘Quiet the Noise’ of Woke Culture Push

I am an award-winning children’s television creator. I’ve won four Telly Awards, three Dove Foundation Awards, the Buzz Award and more, all for a show that shared traditional conservative values.

The series ended up in the Christian marketplace in the U.S. because the values it taught didn’t match the values of mainstream children’s television.

The business of children’s entertainment has little to do with what’s good for kids. It has everything to do with money, followed by the left’s narrative.

What’s interesting is that, over the last few years, that narrative quietly crawled into the dominant position. Money took a backseat because companies like Disney were still making plenty of it.

That is no longer happening. CEO Bob Iger understands this. It is the reason Disney brought him back, frankly — to correct course given the financial turmoil Disney finds itself in today.

It was prior CEO Bob Chapek who called Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis to express his disapproval of the so-called “Don’t Say Gay” bill, which actually protects young children from being exposed to the LGBT agenda and other inappropriate sexual material at school.

That phenomenal mistake drew DeSantis’ ire and placed Disney at the epicenter of the culture



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