BOMBSHELL: Florida Governor Ron DeSantis Goes Nuclear On Disney Execs Over Opposition to the Parental-Rights Bill

The Gainsville Sun

In a recent article by conservativebrief.com The recent Disney executive who trashed Florida Governer Ron DeSantis’ over his parental rights bill, was fired and a major studio shake up. a high-ranking official at Walt Disney Co. spoke out against the Florida Governor, after the GOP passed the bill about parental rights.

The General Entertainment Content chairman Peter Rice, claimed publicly that he saw “this law as a violation of fundamental human rights”. Was later fired by Disney CEO Bob Chapek, Who himself disputed the legislation passed.

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Chapek replaced rice with one of the CEO’s top lieutenants, Dana Walden. The firing reportedly came as a shock to many in the entertainment world, though reports that indicated that Chapek may have believed that Rice was angling for his job.

“Dana is a dynamic, collaborative leader and cultural force who in just 3 years who has transformed our television business into a content powerhouse that consistently delivers the entertainment that the audience craves”. The CEO said in an announcement on Friday.

“Her well-earned reputation for championing creative talent and developing programming that truly captures the cultural zeitgeist has resulted in hit after hit, from ABC’s ‘Abbott Elementary’ and Oynx Collective’s Academy Award-winning ‘Summer of Soul,’ to Hulu originals like ‘Only Murders in the Building,’ ‘Dopesick,” and so on Chapek continued.

“He and Peter Have worked closely together for years to create the best programmingin the industry, and I can think of no one better than Dana to lead Disney’s General Entertainment to even greater heights,”. Chapek stated. rice had then put out a memo to his staff and forming them of the firing. According to Variety.

“Hi Everyone, I am incredibly sad that this will be my last ‘weekend read’ that I will be sending you. It has been such a pleasure and the privilege to work alongside each of you here at Disney and many of you at 21st Century Fox,” he wrote. “I am proud of the work we have done together, The friendships we have forged and the consistent success we have celebrated. We have the honor of working in the world’s greatest and most creative industry at the time of enormous change,” Rice added.

“In The midst of this, together we have created amazing and award-winning television shows and I am eternally grateful for your kindness and generosity on this journey. As I depart Disney, may I leave you with the last thought: remain committed to excellence and always recognize that our stories are dependent upon the imagination and artistry of the writers, directors, producers, actors, and Craftsman that we have engaged to call Disney home,” he stated.

To continue, “It has been so much fun to collaborate with them to bring their ideas to life. So, Well I will no longer be riding along beside you, I wish you happy trails and hope that our pads will cross again.”

Both Chapek and Rice rebuked DeSantis and Florida Republicans over a law that bars schools from teaching LGBTQ curriculum to students from kindergarten to third grade. DeSantis Are you that kids that young are not able to fully process the nuances of such sexually charged materials and therefore should not be subjected to them at a young age.

In response to Disney’s public criticism, the governor and the Florida legislature passed additional measures stripping Disney of its special self-governing status at its massive theme park in Orlando. Speaking at Seminole State College in Sanford, Florida., In mid-May,Does Santa’s reiterated his promise that the state’s taxpayers will not take on Walt Disney World’s debt when and if the Reedy Creek Improvement District dissolves in 2023.

Lastly, the Republican governor suggested that some legislative measures may be put in place to prevent that from happening. “I can tell you this, that debt will not end up going to any of these local governments. It’s not going to go to the state government, either. It’s going to absolutely be dealt with by Disney and other businesses that are currently in that district.”

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