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The Walt Disney Co. is resisting left-wing pressure to condemn the Florida bill that would restrict the teaching of sexuality and transgenderism to students in kindergarten through third grade.
As one of the biggest private employers in Florida, Disney has become a target of activist groups and the mainstream news media who want the company to speak out against the legislation, which Democrats have deceptively called the “Don’t Say Gay” bill.
But in responding to the pressure campaign this week, Disney didn’t address the bill at all, stating instead that it remains committed to creating a welcoming brand. Disney’s decision to avoid commenting on the bill sheds light on the differing leadership styles of current CEO Bob Chapek and his predecessor, Bob Iger, who is staunchly leftist and has publicly condemned the bill.