DeSantis Has A New Idea For Prisons–Liberals Won’t Like This

As part of his continuing political battle with the woke business, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis (R) has raised the prospect of constructing a state prison next to Disney World in Orlando.

The Walt Disney Company’s backdoor agreements, which the Reedy Creek Improvement District’s board of supervisors sneaked into place in a last-ditch effort to prevent the DeSantis-approved board’s election, are effectively being revoked, according to DeSantis, who detailed his latest countermeasures against the company in a press conference on Monday.

DeSantis offered a number of suggestions on what to do with the property that is part of Reedy Creek but is not owned by Disney.

“How should we use this land? People have suggested that we try to build additional amusement parks, build a state park, and even add another state jail,” he added. “Who is to say? Simply said, I believe there are unlimited possibilities.”

DeSantis effectively abolished Disney’s self-governing status in the Orlando region in February by signing the legislation, ending a benefit the corporation has benefited from for over 50 years. The ruling was made about a year after Disney launched its initial attack on Florida’s parental rights in education law, sometimes known as “Don’t Say Gay” in the media. This law shields children in kindergarten to third grade from transgender ideology as well as various types of sexual indoctrination.

Disney CEO Bob Iger alleged earlier this month that DeSantis was “not just anti-business, but also anti-Florida” and had taken revenge on Disney.

In the aftermath of a terrible 2022 that saw the firm’s stock fall 44 percent and profitability take an unexpected knock, leading to the departure of then-CEO Bob Chapek, Disney is currently undergoing one of the greatest layoffs in corporate history with 7,000 employees slated to leave the business.

Author: Steven Sinclaire

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