Disney releases controversial film promoting its LGBTQ agenda

U.S. 04/05/22, 05:52

Children's entertainment giant Disney will not back down from its stance in support of the LGBTQ movement, despite the recent "Parental Rights in Education Act," also known as "Don't Say Gay," signed into law on March 28 by Florida Governor Ron DeSantis. https://twitter.com/GovRonDeSantis/status/1508530711300612096 Without considering losing viewership, Disney released "Better Nate Than ...

Disney shareholder: Company’s pulling out of Russia while ‘complicit in China’s genocide’ hypocritical

U.S. 03/12/22, 17:41

A Disney shareholder accused the company of "complicity in China's genocide" during an annual investor meeting—calling the decision to pull its business out of Russia "hypocritical"—citing human rights abuses, according to Fox Business on Friday, March 11. Paul Chesser, director of the National Shareholder Policy and Legal Center's Corporate Integrity Project, ...

‘Mickey Mouse Club’ star Tiffini Hale dies age 46

California 12/31/21, 15:38

Tiffini Hale, a former member of the Mickey Mouse Club, has died at age 46 following a cardiac arrest that left her in a coma for several weeks. Former co-stars have revealed that the Disney star died on Christmas Day. In the 1990s, she was a member of Disney Channel's The ...

Veteran TV weatherman fired for refusing vaccine

U.S. 09/20/21, 18:15

A long-serving Michigan meteorologist was terminated for failing to comply with his employer's vaccine mandate on Sept. 16. Karl Bohnak finished up at WLUC-TV6 after spending decades at the company, because he declined to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. "Since I chose not to take one of the shots, I was fired," he ...

FDA officially approves Pfizer’s CCP virus vaccine

News 08/23/21, 20:32

Pfizer's vaccine was fully endorsed to protect against the Chinese Communist Party virus (COVID-19) on Aug. 23. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) confirmed Pfizer and its partner BioNTech are the first to receive full regulatory approval in the United States. The decision effectively replaces an earlier emergency use authorization ...

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