DeSantis Optimistic In State's Battle With Disney
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis provided an update on Florida's ongoing battle with Disney.
DeSantis said the legislature is working on a measure to effectively revoke Disney’s backdoor agreements.
"DeSantis signed legislation officially ending Disney’s self-governing status in February, nearly a year after the battle over the Parental Rights in Education bill, which the woke company vowed to fight against," reports Breitbart. "Disney went full groomer against the bill, which in part prevented classroom discussions on sexual orientation and gender identity for children in kindergarten through third grade."
"Florida’s HB 1557, also known as the 'Don’t Say Gay' bill, should never have passed and should never have been signed into law," Disney said in a statement issued March 2022.
"There is a bill that will be put out in the Florida legislature that will make sure that the agreements purported to be entered into by Disney are revoked and the people’s will is established and is upheld," DeSantis said recently.
Governor DeSantis said he's optimistic about the outlook of his administration’s ongoing battle with Disney:
We’re also working with the legislature. We expect the legislature to provide a legislative amendment provision. You know, this monorail is exempt. They exempted the monorail from any safety standards or inspections. So they’re going to go and make sure that the monorail is subject to oversight just like everything else would be in the state of Florida.