In a monologue about the influence of companies like Disney and Apple, Laura Ingraham on Friday made remarks that might resemble those of progressive icon Teddy Roosevelt, if the nation’s 26th president. This is still alive today.
Those companies have become kind of a problem to conservatives recently, Disney in particular, has announced their opposition to Florida’s recently passed legislation that opponents call “The law does not say homosexuality”. Governor Ron DeSantis since then threaten to strip entertainment giant its special status has, over the past 55 years, enabled it to function as a city-state in Orlando.
According to Ingraham, this is not enough.
“These businesses really should learn this lesson now before it’s too late: Stay in your lane,” said Ingraham, who seems to like the talk. this story, told LeBron James “silent and dirty talk” rather than speaking out on social justice issues. “Because if they wanted to talk about what they knew nothing about, then they would be treated like any lame political expert, say MSNBC.”
With the exception of Disney and Apple, Ingraham stated, “You have products and services that 74 million Trump voters don’t need to buy if they don’t want to. And when Republicans are back in power, Apple and Disney need to understand one thing: Everything will be on the table – protecting your copyrights and trademarks, your special status in certain states. , and even your company structure. “
Ingraham continued: “The antitrust division at [the Department of] Justice needs to begin the process of looking at which US companies need to break up once and for all all for the sake of competition and ultimately for the benefit of the consumers who pay the bills. “