Watch Bob Iger Announce Disney’s Entry into Politics After January 6

Days after a mostly peaceful protest against voter fraud took place at the U.S. Capitol on January 6th, Disney CEO Bob Iger called an all-hands meeting to discuss Disney’s policy on political issues. He announced that the time had come to start “taking a stand.”

At the time of this meeting, Bob Chapek was the CEO of Disney Grooming Syndicate. Mr. Iger held the temporary position of executive chairman. Eleven months later, largely due to Disney’s entry into partisan politics and a divisive culture war, Chapek is gone and Iger is back in charge.

In this video, first reported by Christopher Rufo, Iger makes a not-so-subtle statement about how he felt Jan. 6 was a pivotal moment and that it was time for Disney to jump into the partisan fray with both feet. There wasn’t. He also claims this is not political. Mr. Iger’s elite is too isolated to admit that there are two sides to these problems.

I think we have tended to avoid politics and in doing so we have avoided talking about issues that are not political at all…because we believe in doing so, maybe we are serious about it. It may look like you are working on a stand.Well, in that reality, we need to be resolute…I think, like Bob, we need to be less cautious. [Chapek] There is no need to worry about such things as you were simply running away from them.

I just commented on what happened in Washington last week. [January 6], it’s not political… What we saw is fundamentally wrong and we know it is rooted in hatred and intolerance. As a company, we should feel free to comment on that without retaliation.

Iger then moved on to race, “inclusivity” and “diversity.” Iger said, apparently referring to the Black Lives Matter riots that have been going on for months.

The other thing I’d like to say is something I’ve learned over the last 9-12 months. I’m extremely proud of the work we’ve done in terms of diversity and inclusion on screen.when we did Here…of course, black leopard “” is a good example of this, and I allowed them to make me feel a little complacent in a way. I didn’t want to be that way, but…it kept me from focusing as much as I should have on the culture and environment of the company and the voices that tell those stories rather than who they are. drawn on the screen.

Notice what Iger never mentions? It tells a great story with engaging and relatable characters. This is a man trying to rebuild a 100-year-old battleship to fight the culture war. And, as you’ve heard, he doesn’t think there are two sides to these issues, it’s just his side, the side of his left wing.

Part of me wonders if this wasn’t Iger setting Capek up for the fall. Before the end of the year, thanks to Florida’s bungled involvement in the culture wars, Chapek was fired and Iger returned to his old job.

Overall, what I see is that Iger, an extremist partisan, is using George Floyd and January 6th as an excuse to turn Disney into the Disney Iger always wanted. In other words, it is a propaganda outlet for his perverted social and left-wing political causes. And of course, as we’ve seen, one of Iger’s most cherished causes is grooming and “queering” young children.

In just a few years, Disney has become one of the most widely loved characters, thanks to Mr. Iger, who publicly attacked Mr. Chapek for not being politically active enough to oppose a bill to stop the sexualization of elementary school children in Florida. The company has broken away from a company that is one of the most trusted brands. No sane parent would keep their children away from a failed propaganda vehicle that produced billion dollar blockbusters one after another.

In January 2021, when Mr. Iger announced the change, Disney stock was just trading around $180 per share. The stock is currently trading at $110 after falling to $80.

The hit factory became the failure factory.

This trusted brand is now (accurately) seen as a threat to children’s innocence.

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