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Disney is bending the knee to its whiny woke workforce throwing a hissy fit...


In what must be considered one of the laziest forms of modern protest, dozens of Walt Disney Company employees staged a walkout this past week in protest of Florida's Parental Rights in Education Bill.

The bill, otherwise known by people who didn't read the legislation, is also referred to by the grossly inaccurate slogan — the 'Don't Say Gay Bill.'

Here's the reality: The bill, expected to be signed into law by Governor Ron DeSantis, bans formal education on 'sexual orientation or gender identity' for students in kindergarten through 3rd grade, or in any manner that is 'not age-appropriate or developmentally appropriate.'

Critics think that's hateful. Most Americans think it makes sense.

51% of registered voters said they support the bill, while 35% said they opposed it in an early March POLITICO/Morning Consult poll.

Perhaps the most relevant number is this: A poll, admittedly conducted by a Republican-leaning group, found that 52% of likely Democratic primary voters in Florida back the bill.

Regardless, a small number of Woketeers marched near the Walt Disney Company headquarters in Burbank — in the equivalent of an activist coffee break.

At one point, members of the media reportedly outnumbered the protesters.

How much 'courage' does it require to take what is essentially a paid break to walk outside and shout at tv cameras?

It takes exactly none.

In one of the most juvenile of the demands from the protest group they called for Disney to halt construction at the company's flagship theme park in Orlando, until the legislation is killed.