Rev. Graham: The ‘Morals’ of Disney’s Corporate Leaders ‘Are in the Gutter’

Rev. Franklin Graham (Screenshot)

Rev. Franklin Graham (Screenshot)

(CNS News) — Reverend Franklin Graham praised Florida lawmakers for removing the special tax status of the Walt Disney Company — because of its embrace and promotion of the LGBTQ agenda — and described the company as a « moral failure » with corporate leaders whose « morals » are « in the gutter. » 

After Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) signed the Parental Rights in Education bill into law in March, which prohibits teaching LGBTQ materials to children in K-3rd grade, the Walt Disney Co. and gay activists denounced the legislation.  In response, Florida parents criticized the company and called on lawmakers to remove its special tax status, which protected Disney from having to follow a lot of the zoning and municipality rules required in the state. Lawmakers did so and the governor signed the legislation on April 22. 

Commenting on the issue, Rev. Graham posted on Facebook on April 23, « LGBTQ activists are using corporations to force their agenda on the public, and companies may want to take another look at what they are allowing to happen. Disney has gone too far. »

(Facebook)

(Facebook)

« The people of Florida have revolted, and it’s going to cost Disney big time, » he said.  « Disney had a special tax status in the state which they benefitted from in a huge way — but because they came out against the parents of Florida, the governor and legislators have revoked that status. »

« What has happened at Disney is moral failure, » said Rev. Graham. « Walt Disney had a vision for wholesome family entertainment. He was committed to the family. The morals of the corporate leadership of Disney today are in the gutter, and they want to redefine family counter to God’s original design and flaunt sin. »

« Thank God for Governor Ron DeSantis who is willing to take a bold stand, » he added. « We need more leaders like him. God bless him and the Florida legislature. »

Graham continued, « I’m in Orlando right now with our Samaritan’s Purse Operation Heal Our Patriots military veteran couples and it is absolutely beautiful! I can tell you there’s a TON of fun things for families to do here other than supporting Disney. »

LGBTQ employees and their supporters walk out of Disney Animation offices in protest of Florida's Parental Rights in Education bill.  (Getty Images)

LGBTQ employees and their supporters walk out of Disney Animation offices in protest of Florida’s Parental Rights in Education bill. (Getty Images)

President Joe Biden, who supports the LGBTQ agenda, denounced the removal of Disney’s special tax rules.

Concerning the Parental Rights in Education law, the Walt Disney Company in a statement said, “Florida’s HB 1557, also known as the ‘Don’t Say Gay’ bill, should never have passed and should never have been signed into law. Our goal as a company is for this law to be repealed by the legislature or struck down in the courts, and we remain committed to supporting the national and state organizations working to achieve that.”

The CEO of the Walt Disney Company is Bob Chapek

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