He Was Supposed To Save Disney, Now He’s Hollywood’s Enemy Number 1


You don’t have to be a genius to see that Disney is about to be flushed down the toilet.

This looks like CNN only it’s going to be a lot more costly.

For years Disney pushed the envelope-pushing far-left ideology into their content. When Iger left new CEO Bob Chadwick didn’t stand a chance and was steamrolled by DEI initiatives and we now know didn’t monitor what programming was being published.

The company started to tank, not because of the pandemic – people were going as soon as they opened – but because they thought they were too big to fail. Never in the leadership’s wildest dreams did they think people would just stop going to the parks and watching their movies.

After all the SBC – southern baptist conference – boycotted them for years and it had little effect.

Welp, that isn’t the case, so panicked shareholders brought back Bob Iger who was able to keep the woke at bay.

Bob Iger is now enemy number one in Hollywood.

Writers and actors are in a strike and they are making Iger – who just returned to the business – their scapegoat.

Recently, “Breaking Bad” star Bryan Cranston attacked Iger and the use of AI.

“I find it very ironic that we are all gathered here today in unity in front of an entity that is run by Disney,” Cranston preached. “We’ve got a message for Mr. Iger: I know, sir, that you look through things in a different lens. We don’t expect you to understand who we are. But we ask you to hear us and beyond that to listen to us when we tell you: We will not be having our jobs taken away and given to robots.”

“We will not have you take away our right to work and earn a decent living,” he continued, declaring, “And lastly and more importantly, we will not allow you to take away our dignity.”

Claiming that “our industry has changed exponentially,” Cranston added, “We are not in the same business model that we were even 10 years ago. And yet, even though they admit that that is the truth in today’s economy, they are fighting us tooth and nail to stick to the same economic system that is outmoded, outdated. They want us to step back in time. We cannot and we will not do that.”

Warner Brothers brought in Chris Liecht who was trying to revitalize the organization but the libs entrenched would rather sink the company first before changing.

That’s what is happening to Disney.

Iger is supposed to save the company, and the far left knows that means pulling back on woke programming. So a union strike is making him enemy number one to pressure him into either giving in or leaving.