A recent staff meeting for The Walt Disney Company sheds light on how the entertainment conglomerate plans to spread its woke, far-left agenda. Glenn plays just some of meeting’s MOST SHOCKING moments, thanks to video leaked by journalist Christopher Rufo. Listen to the clips for yourself — featuring top Disney executives, coordinators, and producers — to decide if it’s time to cancel YOUR Disney membership like Glenn plans to do…
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GLENN: Oh, my gosh. The Disney executives in charge of content. Oh. Have decided that they are going to up the ante on gender politics. They had an all hands meeting. Promising that at least half the characters now in his productions, will be LGBTQIA2 plus. Or from racial minorities. By the end of the year. Thank you, Disney. Somebody has finally done it. They have finally done it.
GLENN: Now, this is great. They're also going to overturn. They're going to work. Their company's mission is to overturn this law, in Florida. Now, Ron DeSantis had something to say about it. Here is Ron DeSantis' response yesterday.
VOICE: For Disney to come out and put out a statement, and say that the bill should have never passed, and that they are going to actively work to repeal it, I think one, was fundamentally dishonest. But two, I think that crossed the line. This state is governed by the interests of the people of the state of Florida. It is not based on the demands of California corporate executives. They do not run this state. They do not control this state. I also thought it was interesting. I talked to the Speaker of the House yesterday afternoon. And he said Disney never called him while they were putting this through the house. They didn't seem to have a problem while this was going through. If this was such an affront, why weren't they speaking out at the outset. And yet they won't. If they would have put in the bill, that you were not allowed to have curriculum, that discussed the oppression of the Uighurs in China. Disney would have endorsed that a second.
GLENN: He is so good.
STU: That is good, man.
GLENN: He is so good. You notice what they just did? They didn't call Durham while they were in the House. He just threw a log on the internal fire.
STU: Yeah. Every Disney employee knows, they didn't move a muscle. Because they didn't -- they don't actually care about any of this crap.
GLENN: No. No. So here's the thing. I think the people who are in charge of the craziness. They do care. Those employees, they absolutely care. And -- and it is -- it's now the absolute woke, that are realizing Disney. I want to play the -- the Disney executive in charge of general entertainment. This is what she said in a company-wide zoom call. That Disney -- they have to do certain things. Here she is.
VOICE: I'm sure as a mother of two queer children, actually. One transgender child. And one pansexual child.
VOICE: And also is a leader. And that was the thing that really got me. We had an open forum last week, the 20th. Where, again, the home of really incredible, groundbreaking, LGBTQIA stories over the years. Where one of our execs stood up and said, you know, we only had a handful of clear leads in our content. And I went, what? That can't be true. And I realized, oh, it actually is true. We have many, many, many LGBTQIA characters in our stories. And -- and yet we don't have enough leads.
VOICE: And narratives in which gay characters just -- just get to be characters.
VOICE: And not have to be about gay stories. And so that's been very eye-opening for me. And I hope this is a moment where the 50 percent of the tears -- sorry, are coming. We don't -- we just don't allow each other to go backwards.
GLENN: Okay. So she's not going to allow anyone to go backwards. And she means this. She's crying about this. So she means this deeply. And how she must -- how she must have just felt now that no one, you know -- if it's not for them. If it's not for these cartoons, who is going to accept her pansexual child? Who is going to do that? I like the ages of her kids. I would like to know how old they were, when they decided to change gender. Anyway, now cut two.
Queer stories in Disney.
VOICE: I'm on the production side. Part of the work that I feel like I can put in, is making sure that we -- particularly as a modern day New York. Making sure that's an accurate reflection of New York. So I put together a tracker of our background characters. To make sure we have the full breath of expression. And we got into a very similar conversation, Carrie, of like, oh, all of our, like, gender nonconforming characters are in the background. And so it's not just a numbers game of how many LGBTQ+ characters you have. We got -- the further -- the more centered a story is on a character. The more nuanced you get to get into their story. And especially with like trans characters. You can't see if someone is trans. There's not one way to look trans. And so kind of the only way to have these, like, canonical trans characters, canonical asexual characters, canonical bisexual characters, is to give them stories where they can be like their whole selves.
GLENN: Wow. Now, here's a Disney executive producer on the not at all secret gay agenda.
VOICE: Like, I love Disney's content. I grew up watching all the classics. It's been a huge informative part of my life. But at the same time, most of my career. And I heard, you know, through the whispers. I heard things. Like, oh, you know, they won't let you show this. On the Disney show. Okay.
So I was a little sus, when I started. But then Mike Salarius was bafflingly the opposite of what I had heard on my little pocket of, like, you know, crowd family Disney TBA, the show runners were super welcoming, Meredith Roberts. And like our leadership over there has been so welcoming to like my like, not at all secret gay agenda. So I feel like, I felt like it was -- I mean, maybe it was that way in the past. But I guess like something might have happened in the last, you know -- they were turning it around. They're going hard. And then all that momentum, that I felt, like that sense of -- I don't have to be afraid, to like, let's have these two characters kiss. In the background. I was just -- wherever I could just basically add queerness to -- and you'll see anything queer in the show. But I just was like. No one would stop me, and no one was trying to stop me.
GLENN: There you go. So that's what Disney is. Now, I happen to have the Disneyland perspective. This is what Walt went to all of the banks to try to get them to do Disneyland. And he clearly spells out what Disney is all about. And what Disneyland is all about. Now, let me ask you: With this agenda, does this match Walt Disney World? And why Walt Disney and Walt Disney World has been the brand and the name that you could trust.
Walt Disney, sometime in 1955, will present for the people of the world to children of all ages a new experience in entertainment. In these pages, is proffered a glimpse into this great adventure. A preview of what the visitor will find in Disneyland. The Disneyland story. The idea of Disneyland is a simple one: It will be a place for people to find happiness and knowledge. Oh.
It will be a place for parents and children to share pleasant times in one another's company. A place for teachers and pupils to discover greater ways of understanding and indication. Oh, it sounds like this fits right in, doesn't it? Here the older generation can recapture the nostalgia of days gone by. And the younger generation can savor the challenge of the future. Here will be the wonder of nature and man for all to see and understand. Okay. Well, what's the problem? You could interpret that. I'm sure Walt meant, let's have transgender people all over -- we need a Disney -- hey. Right over here. I'm your Disney princess. I'm sure that's what he meant, until you get to this part. Disneyland will be based upon and dedicated to the ideals, the dreams, and the hard facts, that have created America. It will be uniquely equipped to dramatize these dreams and these facts, and send them forth as a source of courage and inspiration to all the world. Disneyland will be something of a fair. An exhibition. A playground. A community center. A museum of living facts. And a showplace of beauty and magic. It will be filled with the accomplishments, the joys and hopes of the world we live in. And it will remind us, and show us, how to make these wonders a part of our own lives. The problem with this is, Disney and Disneyland, was based on the facts. And the ideals. That created America. Disney has gone so far off the rails, I am canceling my Disney subscription. I will not go to their parks. And this kills me as a guy who has always loved Disney. I will continue to buy up the artifacts and the -- and the real, true history of Disney to preserve it. So some day people can remember what Disney was. But this is no longer Walt Disney's company. It is truly in name only. And I have to tell you, I have been waiting for a while to start a fundraiser. And I wasn't going to ask you for your help. But I can't wait any longer. I can't tell you what I'm working on. But I need the seed money. I need a million dollars in seed money. And I just want you to go. It's something for Mercury One, hang on just a second. This has been its inspiration the whole time. It will, if I may quote Walt, it will based upon and dedicated to the ideals, the dreams, and hard facts that have created. It will be uniquely equipped to dramatize these dreams and facts and send them forth as a source of courage and inspiration to all the world. You want to help me with something, I'm just going to call it in honor of Walt. Project Florida.
I want you to go to -- I wasn't planning on doing this today. I want you to go to mercuryone.org. And either donate to the general fund. And if you can on the website, I don't know if you can do it. Just market the Florida project. Will you? I need to raise a million dollars for something that we can turn around in pretty quick time, that will truly be something -- I've been talking about it internally for about three years. Will truly get your children to experience history. Real history. In a way that they will leave saying, when can we go back? When can we go back there? I've been thinking about this for over ten years. The technology was available about five years ago. It was about a billion dollars. I can now do it for a million. And I would love for your help. This will be for the Mercury One museum. And I plan on taking it on the road. If you would like to donate, it will be tax deductible. It you do it at mercuryone.org. That's mercuryone.org. Disney, we've had enough. We've had enough. Good luck with your future! Good luck! Back in a minute.