Pizzagate, Tinklebell and Trouble in the Magic Kingdom

While it is true that alligators have been found consuming the bodies of missing young boys in and around Disney World, Florida, there is no proof that a covert Disney boy abuse club exists. While the areas surrounding the Los Angeles/Anaheim area account for some of the largest numbers of missing boys in America, there is no proof that "Magic Mountain is built on the corpses of kidnapped and raped young boys...". While thousands of websites document overt homosexual innuendo in Disney products (ie:    -   -   -     -  - ) there is no proof that Disney bosses use the Magic Kingdom to lure children into sexual crimes.

While it may be unlikely that Disney executives are raping little boys and feeding them to alligators, the relatively large number of under-age sex abuse arrests of Disney employees and the vast amount of embedded homosexual sex images in Disney media does give one pause. Facebook executive Cheryl Sandberg's husband played in both the Hollywood and Silicon Valley world's and he ended up dead from a mysterious hole in his head. Rumors say that he was going to "out" the Silicon Gay Cartel. Hollywood acting icon Cory Feldman swears that the Disney/Hollywood media are run by a pedo-club. Micheal Jackson was well documented having underage sex interests with boys and Disney execs.

Now Disney is taking a stand against the increasing charges, arrests and revelations. Disney spokes-people deny any wrongdoing involving any Disney staff or executives. The rising calls for world boycotts of all-things-Disney is a "travesty of our beloved brand" said Disney. "The National Center for Public Policy Research and other organizations are just plain wrong" said a Disney official. "We love young boys...and young girls too, but NEVER in a bad way!" Disney feels that it is being singled out because Disney news media have taken a "scorched Earth" approach against Donald Trump.  The National Center for Public Policy Research feels that Disney properties have sought to denigrate and misinform the public about the Trump Administration in order to protect their crony payola deals and H1-B jobs.

Now Disney hit with explosive 'fake news' charge

CEO claims ABC 'extremely fair' despite collusion between Hillary and top anchor after exposure of most of Hollywood and Silicon Valley bosses as homosexuals.

Pizzagate connections to Hollywood and Silicon Valley

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The Disney company, facing a firestorm over its promotion of homosexuality in a children’s TV show as well as its new “Beauty and the Beast” movie, now has been hit with a claim that it is peddling “fake news.”

The National Center for Public Policy Research said this week it had confronted Disney CEO Robert Iger at a shareholders meeting over the coverage provided by its divisions, including ABC.

Iger said ABC is “extremely fair,” despite WikiLeaks’ exposure of documents showing Hillary Clinton’s campaign coordinated coverage with ABC News chief anchor George Stephanopoulos, the organization said.

“Iger dug in his heels so much at his company’s annual shareholder meeting … he claimed ABC News’ treatment of Presidents Donald Trump and Barack Obama is similar,” the organization said.

“I don’t think that Mr. Iger has turned on ABC News or ESPN in a very long time,” said National Center General Counsel and Free Enterprise Project Director Justin Danhof, who attended the meeting.

Sign the new online petition calling for an American boycott of Disney “until it stops promoting homosexuality in children’s movies and programming.”

“If he bothered to watch his networks, he would realize what President Donald Trump and millions of Americans do – that Disney’s media platforms are purveyors of fake news,” he said.

“When we presented Mr. Iger with very specific examples of bias and failures of basic journalistic ethics, he dismissed these concerns as being exaggerated. Even when we asked him about a top ABC journalist colluding with a political campaign to smear a perceived political opponent, he claimed he was proud of ABC’s efforts and [said] that the network operates in an extremely fair way,” added Danhof.

In remarks Danhof prepared for Iger at the meeting, he explained to the Disney chief: “Responding to a  question we asked last year, you said Disney’s media outlets were free from bias. Our skepticism about your news organizations’ unwillingness to be politically neutral, already shared by millions of Americans, is now loudly joined by the president of the United States. The president has even labeled ABC an ‘enemy of the American people,’ and coined the term ‘fake news.'”

Danhof pointed out WikiLeaks “has provided plenty of evidence that you are not requiring your news organizations to be politically neutral.”

“After ABC News’ George Stephanopoulos interviewed ‘Clinton Cash’ author Peter Schweizer, WikiLeaks exposed communications appearing to show operatives for Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign working with Stephanopoulos to delegitimize Schweizer and his work.”

Then, he said, there was the email from a top liberal donor to Hillary Clinton “in which it was alleged you wanted ‘to be helpful’ to the campaign.”

The statement noted an ESPN host “claims the network is obsessed with bashing conservatives.”

The host recently said: “I feel like there’s so many people that I work with that every show, every topic, every angle on it, is hoping to be … destroying the [political] right on every single thing that comes up. … I hear it every single day.”

Danhof said the ESPN co-host noted, “Can you imagine if I teased this show and said: ‘Coming up, why all of you are wrong about Trump and why he’s awesome?'”

Iger’s response, the center said, was that he was “proud of the efforts of ABC News.”

“He claimed comments about ESPN bias made by Danhof and ESPN’s own staff are ‘completely exaggerated.’ He justified negative news coverage of President Trump because ‘news can be an adversary,'” the center said.

The center has previously brought the issue of media bias to Disney shareholders in several earlier annual meetings.

Since 2014, center officials have taken part in nearly 200 shareholder meetings “advancing free-market ideals in the areas of health care, energy, taxes, subsidies, regulations, religious freedom, food policies, media bias, gun rights, workers’ rights and many other important public policy issues.”

Sign the new online petition calling for an American boycott of Disney “until it stops promoting homosexuality in children’s movies and programming.”

Just a day earlier, WND reported the company was moving into a whole new minefield with its promotion of homosexuality to children.

The moves in the company’s remake of “Beauty and the Beast” and its television show “Star vs. the Forces of Evil” have prompted a call by Franklin Graham, CEO of Samaritan’s Purse and the Billy Graham Association, for a boycott.

“Disney has aired a cartoon with same-sex couples kissing. It has also been announced that their new movie ‘Beauty and the Beast’ will feature a gay character in an attempt to normalize this lifestyle,” he wrote on Facebook.

“They’re trying to push the LGBT agenda into the hearts and minds of your children – watch out! Disney has the right to make their cartoons, it’s a free country. But as Christians we also have the right not to support their company. I hope Christians everywhere will say no to Disney.”

Graham noted that when he was a young boy he met Walt Disney, who was “very gracious to me, my father Billy Graham, and my younger brother when we visited.”

Walt Disney, he said, “would be shocked at what has happened to the company that he started,” Graham wrote.

The movie trailer is here:

The London Daily Mail has reported on the same-sex kiss in the Disney TV show.