Clark County prosecutor Jonathan Vanboskerck has an issue with Disney. Namely, he can’t handle the company’s “wokeness.”
How little does Vanboskerck like it? Enough that he wrote an entire column about it for the Orlando Sentinel.
Vanboskerck wrote that he and his family have been lifelong Disney fans. They visit the theme parks. They take cruises. They watch the movies. But the company’s politics have him now questioning everything.
“Unfortunately, I am strongly rethinking our commitment to Disney and, thus, Orlando,” Vanboskerck wrote. “The more Disney moves away from the values and vision of Walt Disney, the less Disney World means to me.
“Disney is forgetting that guest immersion is at the core of its business model. When I stand in Galaxy’s Edge or Fantasyland, I know I am in a theme park but through immersion and my willingness to set the real world aside, something magical happens.”
Vanboskerck went on to lament Disney’s recent decision to more or less remove traditional family values — the values that used to be at its very core — and replace them with things only accepted by one side of the political aisle.
“More broadly, like many corporations, Disney has been politicizing its business,” Vanboskerck wrote. “Full disclosure: I am a Christian and a conservative Republican, so the people who run Disney and I do not see eye to eye.
The full column is well worth a read. You can check it out here.