The Florida Legislature has moved to officially strip Disney of its “self-governing status,” meaning the woke corporation, famous for its child abuse scandals and grooming agenda, must begin respecting “the same laws as everyone else”, according to Gov. Ron DeSantis’s office.
The state Legislature announced Friday that it is ending the self-governing status of the Reedy Creek Improvement District (RCID), where Walt Disney World is located, following years of scandals and child sex abuse revelations.
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DeSantis signed legislation stripping Disney of its special tax status in April. The move came following the company’s vocal and public opposition to the Parental Rights in Education Bill, which DeSantis signed into law.
“This company had a deal unlike any company or individual in all of the state of Florida, probably anywhere in the United States,” DeSantis told Fox News host Tucker Carlson at the time.
“They were self-governing, they had extraordinary powers, they could build nuclear power plants, they didn’t have to go through permitting processes and obviously a lot of tax benefits. And that’s just inappropriate.”
The company would also be required to pay $700 million in accumulated debt, according to sources in the governor’s office, Fox News reported.
“The corporate kingdom has come to an end. Under the proposed legislation, Disney can no longer control its own government, will live under the same laws as everyone else, will be responsible for their outstanding debts, and will pay their fair share of taxes,” Communications director Taryn Fenske said in a statement.
“Imposing a state-controlled board will also ensure that Orange County cannot use this issue as a pretext to raise taxes on Orange County residents.”
Disney had held its self-governing status since 1967, when Florida created the Reedy Creek Improvement District, allowing Disney to act as its own quasi-governmental territory.
Under this status, Disney was allowed to build roads and buildings without state authorization.
Since residents of Orange and Osceola County, where the theme park is located, did not pay taxes for these services, some were worried that residents would be on the hook for an enormous sum of money should the special status be revoked.
The state’s decision to set up a state-run board is meant to address these concerns.
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