Disney CEO Bob Iger must be blind to the corporation’s move to the far left. In the audio from the annual shareholder’s meeting, it’s clear that Iger wants to keep his head in the sand.
A question was asked by Justin Danhof who is the Director of the Free Enterprise Project at the National Center for Public Policy Research.
He asked about the anti-Christian bias and the anti-Trump bias that’s going on at ESPN with Jemele Hill and with The View’s Joh Behar. Iger disagreed with the questioner on pretty much everything…He’s choosing to keep those rose-colored glasses on and ignore the silent majority in America.


Transcription of Iger’s response:
“I don’t know where I start. First of all, Joy Behar apologized to Vice President Pence directly. She made a call to him and apologized, which I thought was absolutely appropriate. I happen to take exception with what she said. I don’t think it was right and I was glad to hear she apologized. On the Jemele Hill issue, the only thing I have to add to that, because I have said some things publicly, is that Jemele Hill was spoken with and disciplined for the things that she said or the things that she Tweeted. I’m going to leave it at that. And in terms of your depiction of ESPN and a variety of other things you said: I know you’ve been to other meetings in the past. You and I have agreed to disagree on these issues, not that some of the things that you’ve raised don’t have some validity, but I don’t agree with everything that you said. Thank you. I respect your right to say them.”

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