Sunday, March 20, 2022

4 Disney Employees Arrested for Human Trafficking

By John Nolte | Brietbart News

The following might help to explain why so many Disney employees oppose Florida’s “Don’t-Groom-Little-Kids” bill.

Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd on Wednesday announced the arrest of 108 people as part of “Operation March Sadness 2,” a six-day undercover operation.

One of the Disney employees was a 27-year-old man who worked as a lifeguard at Disney’s Polynesian Village Resort, Judd said. That man allegedly sent sexual images of himself and graphic sexual messages to an undercover detective who was posing online as a 14-year-old girl, Judd said.

Another Disney employee arrested was a 24-year-old man who worked at the Cosmic Restaurant. Other Disney employees arrested were a 45-year-old IT worker and a 27-year-old software developer, Judd said.

Gee, I simply can’t imagine why people like that would oppose a bill that prohibits sexualizing kids aged four to eight in the classroom.

Disney employees are so angry that Florida’s public schools won’t be allowed to groom little kids on their behalf. These perverts are staging a walkout because Disney’s new CEO didn’t do enough to ensure prepubescent kids ARE groomed in the classroom and behind the backs of parents…

After all, how are you going to talk a 14-year-old kid into having sex with you if he/she wasn’t properly groomed in kindergarten?

Altogether, the Polk County Sheriff’s Office arrested 108 in this six-day undercover operation called “Operation March Sadness 2,” four — four! — were Disney staffers. So in all of Polk County, which has a population of over 750,000 people, Disney employees made up nearly four percent of those caught in a human trafficking sweep.

Does anyone believe that four percent of those employed in Polk County work for Disney?

I think you see where I’m going here….

So just keep in mind, y’all, that THE entertainment company for American children is a hotbed of sickos and perverts who want kids aged 4-8 sexualized in the classroom. And it also appears to be a company with the kind of environment that attracts “accused human traffickers,” including those targeting children.

When you see Disney’s CEO groveling and apologizing for opposing a bill that protects little kids from being sexually groomed, that tells you exactly what’s going on inside that sick company.

Hey, remember when we were told, Gays just want to be married. What’s wrong with that?

And then do you remember how those of us who warned you about the slippery slope were attacked as alarmists?

Well, now you got Drag Queen Story Hours in public libraries aimed at your kids. You have mentally ill men sharing locker rooms with your daughters. You have gay porn being taught in grade schools. And you have the Walt Disney Company opposing the prohibition of grooming little kids.

We just want to get married! We just want to be like everyone else! We just want to be left alone!

And now the left is looking to normalize abusing small children with chemical castration and sexual propaganda.


They’re after our kids and our church.

That was always the goal.




Disney/Pixar Answers the Call to Groom Kids on Sexuality


(AP Photo/John Raoux)

I was somewhat interested in the upcoming Pixar film, Lightyear, but now I’m not sure I’ll bother.

Apparently, LGBTQ cultists employed by Pixar Animation Studios were outraged over Florida’s proposed anti-grooming law and decided to respond by pressuring executives at Disney to restore a same-sex kiss involving one of the main characters in Lightyear, which had been cut from the film.

“According to a source close to the production, Pixar’s next feature film, ‘Lightyear’ — starring Chris Evans as the putative real-life inspiration for the ‘Toy Story’ character Buzz Lightyear — does feature a significant female character, Hawthorne (voiced by Uzo Aduba), who is in a meaningful relationship with another woman,” reports Variety. “While the fact of that relationship was never in question at the studio, a kiss between the characters had been cut from the film. Following the uproar surrounding the Pixar employees’ statement and Disney CEO Bob Chapek’s handling of the ‘Don’t Say Gay’ bill, however, the kiss was reinstated into the movie last week.”

Florida’s anti-grooming law, falsely dubbed the “Don’t Say Gay” bill by its opponents, bans sexuality and transgenderism from being taught to kids in kindergarten through third grade. It is supported by an overwhelming majority of people who know what the bill actually says.

Gov. Ron DeSantis spoke about the misconceptions about the law earlier this month. “And so you actually look at the bill, and it says no sexual instruction in grades pre-k through three. And so how many parents want their kindergarteners to have transgenderism or something injected into classroom instruction? And so I think those are very young kids. I think the legislature is basically trying to give parents assurance that, you know, they’re going to be able to go and this stuff’s not going to be there,” DeSantis said. “But there is nothing in the bill that says anything about you can’t say or this say.”

“It’s basically saying for our youngest students — 4-year-olds, 5-year-olds, 6 years and 7 – do you really want them to be being taught about — and this is any sexual stuff, but I think clearly right now we see a lot of focus on the transgenderism, telling kids that they may be able to pick genders and all that,” DeSantis added.

But of course, the bill has been wildly misrepresented by the media, and voila! Pixar is restoring a gay kiss in its children’s movie because, while schools in Florida may not be able to groom kids, that doesn’t mean that Disney can’t.

And they will. As Variety notes, the decision to restore the same-sex kiss “marks a possible major turning point for LGBTQ representation not just in Pixar films, but in feature animation in general, which has remained steadfastly circumspect about depicting same-sex affection in any meaningful light.”

The anti-grooming bill has been passed by both houses of the Florida state legislature, and DeSantis is expected to sign it into law.

Except for the fourth movie, I’ve really enjoyed the Toy Story movies and was quite intrigued by the concept of Lightyear. It likely wouldn’t have been a movie I’d have gone to the theatre to see, but I was looking forward to seeing it once it came to Disney+.

But I don’t want to see it at all anymore. It’s not that I won’t watch movies with gay characters; it’s that this is a movie that is meant for kids, and I can’t support this movie taking advantage of a popular franchise to indoctrinate kids on LGBTQ issues.