Florida Republicans Slam ‘Woke’ Disney After Advocating Against ‘Parental Rights in Education’ Bill

By  //  March 26, 2022

Florida Dems have dubbed the legislation 'Don't Say Gay' Bill

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ORLANDO, FLORIDA (FOX NEWS) – Florida GOP members of Congress railed against Disney for advocating against the Republican-led “Parental Rights in Education” bill and signaled that the Orlando vacation destination may see boycotts from conservatives for its political activism.

In interviews with Fox News Digital, several Republicans lawmakers said Disney has become too “woke” in their opposition to legislation that bars instruction on sexual orientation or gender identity in kindergarten through third grade. Critics have dubbed the effort the “Don’t Say Gay” bill.

“Corporate America is under this cloak of arrogance where they think they get to play God with morality and sexuality and a host of other realities in this world, and somehow if you don’t agree with their interpretation, then you are guilty of some kind of hate speech,” Florida Republican Rep. Brian Mast told Fox News Digital.

Mast likened Disney’s recent opposition to the bill to Coca-Cola and Major League Baseball moving the All-Star game out of Georgia last year to protest the state’s voting law as well as efforts by Twitter and Facebook to censor conservative voices. He said conservatives are better than liberals at avoiding companies that try to cancel their viewpoints and Walt Disney World in Florida may be in for lost tourism.