Brian Tyler Cohen says Disney could move out of Florida and ‘crash and burn Ron DeSantis’ re-election bid’

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Brian Tyler Cohen says Disney could move out of Florida and ‘crash and burn Ron DeSantis’ re-election bid’

As Twitchy reported earlier, the Florida House voted to strip Disney’s self-government, which it’s enjoyed since 1967. Whether or not you think it’s “grotesque” for the legislature to do this now, in the wake of the Parental Rights in Education battle, it’s happening, and a lot of liberals are encouraging Disney to pull up stakes and move. Colorado Gov. Jared Polis has invited Disney to build Mountain Disney land in a state where “we don’t meddle in affairs of companies like Disney” — only the affairs of little Christian cake shops.

Brian Taylor Cohen says that Disney should move out of Florida and crash and burn Gov. Ron DeSantis’ re-election bid. That would be quite a feat, as the gubernatorial election is this August. We’re not sure Disney World could pick up and move to another state before then.

Disney could move out of Florida, bring their tens of thousands of jobs along with them, and crash and burn Ron DeSantis’ re-election bid.

— No Lie with Brian Tyler Cohen (@NoLieWithBTC) April 21, 2022

You might as well say they should move to Mars. Both are as likely. ?”The property appraiser’s office assessed the 2020 value of the Magic Kingdom at $507 million, Epcot at $553 million, Hollywood Studios at $540 million, and Animal Kingdom at $437 million”

— Jon Nicosia (@NewsPolitics) April 21, 2022

That’s totally unrealistic. They can’t move this parks they put 50 years of infrastructure into.

— Joe (@suspendedforno1) April 21, 2022

IT *IS* A MAGIC KINGDOM, AFTER ALL.

— D.W.Robinson – ANTI UTOPIAN KILLJOY (@_DWRobinson) April 21, 2022

Woah. I thought you guys loved taxing the rich. What happened?

— DuncanDowntown (@DuncanDowntown) April 21, 2022

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— Laurie (@WaltsPrincesss) April 21, 2022

We’re going to need a psych check on many of these commenters in November if they think this is a realistic scenario.

— Megan Bush (@MeganLBush) April 21, 2022

Just build 43 square miles worth of entertainment real quick. Good call.

— Greg Aker (@akesNpains1) April 21, 2022

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— Kolja (@Kolja__) April 21, 2022

Yeah, they can’t but thanks for playing.

— Doc Baker (@TheDocBaker) April 21, 2022

Which southern state would you suggest Disney move its $75B infrastructure to?

— Steve Streetbeef (@MelvinNerdly12) April 21, 2022

Can you recommend a moving company. Seems easy to do.

— theres always next season go Yanks (@HamekorJosh) April 21, 2022

I’d love to see the relocation plan on this ?

— Lisa98354 (@Lisa98354) April 21, 2022

Great idea. I’m sure it’ll be really easy to pick up and relocate all of Disney World.

— Some Guy?? (@JackPeter124) April 21, 2022

Some people are saying it would be great to move Disney World to, say, Atlanta, but what about Georgia’s abortion laws? A woke corporation like Disney wouldn’t do business in a state like that.

Related:

Colorado Gov. Jared Polis trying to lure Disney away from Florida’s ‘authoritarian socialist tactics’ https://t.co/B7TvEZ6bT0

— Twitchy Team (@TwitchyTeam) April 21, 2022

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