Disney executives are throwing a tantrum after Republicans unveiled this crippling piece of legislation

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Rather than making childrens’ cartoons Disney has decided to go on the attack against Republicans.

But it looks as though their bullying tactics are coming back to haunt them.

And now Disney executives are throwing a tantrum after Republicans unveiled this crippling piece of legislation.

This isn’t your Mickey Mouse’s Disney anymore

Back in the old days, Disney was known for Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, Cinderella, Peter Pan, and some of the all-time greatest classic cartoons ever made for children.

But it’s not Mickey Mouse’s Disney anymore.

Like many other institutions in society, Disney has gone completely woke over the past decade.

Rather than just focusing on programming for children, Disney has gone full steam ahead into political fights that no one asked them to get involved in.

Now, Americans can barely find a Disney children’s movie that doesn’t have some type of political motivation or propaganda woven within its scenes.

But Disney’s fight against working class Americans’ traditional values and the American way of life is now openly projected in their children’s movies.

Disney is getting so brazen in promoting the woke agenda that they have actually come out and targeted family values, as well as any politician that fights for such values.

And their latest political crusade has been in Florida against Governor Ron DeSantis.

But unfortunately for Disney, they bit off more than they could chew in picking a fight with Governor DeSanits.

And now, thanks to DeSantis and other Florida Republicans, Disney’s long held special privileges are starting to slowly disappear.

Well, now it looks as though Disney’s luck continues to worsen, as Congressional Republicans are joining the fight against the disgraced corporation.

Disney No-fly zone?

Congressman Troy Nehls (R-TX) has re-introduced a bill that would take away Disneyland and Disney World’s no-fly zone status.

This bill was first brought forward in 2022, but is finally gaining much needed support this time around in the new Congress.

Back in 2003, the two theme parks were granted the exclusive privilege of having their airspace declared no-fly zones that were enforced by the Department of Transportation, and ultimately, the United States Air Force.

“I’m proud to reintroduce my bill, the Airlines Independent of Restrictions (AIR) Act, in the 118th Congress to revoke Disney’s special no-fly zone privileges,” Nehls told The Daily Caller.

“Theme parks like Disney should not receive special treatment just because they are well-connected,” he continued. “Our national security should not be compromised to fit the needs of one corporation.”

Thus far, the bill has support from other prominent Republicans in the House, like Reps. Lauren Boebert (R-CO) and Andy Biggs (R-AZ).

Time will tell if the bill can ultimately pass in the House, but Disney is undoubtedly closely watching as it goes through Congress.

Whether the bill passes or not isn’t the most important thing, though.

The important thing is now that Republicans outside of Florida are joining in on the fight against woke Disney, hopefully other corporations will take note that the days of them walking all over working class Americans’ way of life are over.

Should Disney have a government enforced no-fly zone?