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Disney, Netflix and More Might Not Make Movies in Georgia Because of Pro-Life Laws

Companies need to have a heart about the heartbeat bill

So let me get this straight: The company that built its brand and business model off children is now promoting the killing of children — and if you don’t kill more of them, they will stop doing business with you. (Shown above is Disney’s CEO, Robert Iger.)

These people are sick and need to be shamed into the poorhouse, in my view.

What was the 2018 cumulative spending in Georgia by the five companies that are now threatening to pull business out of Georgia?

Related: Gov. Kemp of Georgia Signs the Pro-Life ‘Heartbeat Bill’

Does the list of 100 actors who are threatening to boycott the state include any who said they’d move out of the U.S. if Donald Trump became president?

Companies are doing more and more to control us. They are threatening Georgia in an attempt to control that state’s policies.

Aren’t the people who live in that state — not some outsider — supposed to decide what’s right for them?

What these studios and production companies do not realize is that they are guests. Increasingly, they are acting as though they are imperialist powers, treating states like Georgia as their colonies to rule over and impose their will.

In short, like out-of-state interlopers, they’re acting as interference for the culture of death.

This also shows Disney to be an outright traitor that shows no respect for the state and its culture.

Streaming giant Netflix said that it would reconsider investment in the state over the law, which if enforced would prohibit abortions once a fetal heartbeat is detected. Disney CEO Bob Iger said Wednesday that his company would also find it difficult to work in the state should the law go into effect.

“I think many people who work for us will not want to work there, and we will have to heed their wishes in that regard. Right now we are watching it very carefully,” Iger told Reuters. “I don’t see how it’s practical for us to continue to shoot there.”

Disney’s Marvel Studios filmed parts of its high-grossing movies “Black Panther” and “Avengers: Endgame” in Georgia.

The so-called heartbeat bill has drawn fierce resistance from the entertainment industry. Georgia plays host to generous tax incentives, and the state, sometimes known as “Y’allywood,” is the nation’s third-largest production hub. (source: Washington Examiner)

I understand Disney just finished filming a live action version of “Mulan” in China, where 1,000,000 Muslim Uighurs are in concentration camps and Christians are being persecuted.

And they’re also filming a movie in Malaysia, where being gay is illegal.

So it’s true that some animals are more equal than others, as Orwell said. Or maybe it’s as simple as, “When money talks, BS walks.” After all, there are more Chinese in China than Christians in America. Can’t lose that market — no, sir.

Related: Why All Americans Should See This Pro-Life Film

Disney is the most subversively evil corporation on the planet, in my opinion. If you purchase or consume anything from them or their many subsidiary companies, you are only empowering Disney and expanding their influence.

Everybody should boycott Disneyland and Disney World and hold off on seeing any Disney movies — but I know that’s asking too much.

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Georgia, if it were smart, would revoke all tax incentives and subsidies to Hollywood studios and production companies in retaliation for its efforts to impose an anti-life, pro-death will upon that state.

This piece originally appeared in WayneDupree.com and is used by permission.

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