Former Disney Artist Speaks Out About Former Company

A former Disney artist, who wishes to remain anonymous, joins Glenn Beck to describe why he recently took action against his former employer.

The former Disney employee said, “I’m tired of watching my country go down the drain.  And it’s time to do something.”

Today’s woke Disney is not what Walt once imagined, he says, and his recent video release — It’s A Woke World After All — exposes Disney’s large stray from its roots…

You’ll appreciate the humor, but may be disturbed at the truth behind Disney’s new woke world.

The guest describes Disney as a world of privilege in boats that are cramped. According to the video, if you skin is white, it’s time you’re contrite. It’s a woke world after all.

“It’s a world of power, a world of fears, and we work long days to make souvenirs. Although millions have died and the Uyghurs aside, it’s a woke world after all.”

Walt Disney was an incredibly creative man who transformed America’s entertainment world. He has been the subject of books, films, documentaries and more as a great national icon. But things have now changed.

The lyrics are catchy, and the statements are startling. Join Glenn as he shares more about the former Disney worker speaking out about his concerns today.


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