Letters Reveal Region Court Is Trying to Draw Disney Away from ‘Tyrannical’ Florida


The leader of a region near Houston is attempting to convince Disney’s chief executive officer that Texas is where his business belongs.

Fort Bend County Court KP George last week sent out Walt Disney Co. Chief Executive Officer Bob Chapek a letter stating that his area would certainly invite a Disney theme park.

The Democrat also contacted Twitter chief executive officer Parag Agrawal seeking to have the social networks gigantic transfer to his region.

George shared both letters in a tweet on Thursday.

Disney is under fire in Florida for intensely opposing parental legal rights legislation designed to keep conversations regarding sexuality and also gender identification out of the primary qualities.

Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis as well as state lawmakers struck back by ending a special exception in Florida legislation that mostly allowed the megacorporation to make its very own regulations at its properties in the state.

With that in mind, George claimed his region would certainly be a lot more inviting to Disney.

“From Timone & Pumba to Tinker Bell, Disney characters are as varied as Ft Bend Region families. I invite @Disney to go to Ft Bend County as your next destination while you face attacks from the modern day political extremists like @RonDeSantisFL,” he tweeted.

In his letter to Chapek, George said Disney had actually suffered.

“While you, your business, employees, and also diverse fans deal with authoritarian, anti-business, as well as culture battle strikes from extremists in Florida, we in Fort Bend are more than ready to welcome the Disney family,” he composed.

Republican state Rep. Gary Gates took one more technique, according to The Texan.

Gates sent a letter to DeSantis applauding the guv as well as sharing his heartache with the once-beloved business.

“Disney’s conduct neglects me as a parent as well as seems like a dishonesty,” he created.

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