Disney pulling political donations due to Florida's new "Don't Say Gay" legislation, Lieutenant Governor Jeanette Núñez on Friday claimed that companies "have no right to criticize" the state's action.Making an appearance on Fox News' The Ingraham Angle, Núñez derided Disney's decision as "woke" and likened it to bullying while also claiming that such companies do not have the right to critique the actions of "duly elected legislators" despite explicit First Amendment protections."They will try to bully us like the NCAA did, like Disney [is] doing," she said. "How dare they.
They have no right to criticize legislation by duly elected legislators that are passing common-sense legislation."Florida Lt.
Governor: They will try to bully us like Disney doing. How dare they. They have no right to criticize legislation by duly elected legislators… Governor DeSantis and I won’t stand for it pic.twitter.com/iIhWtrElZCOn March 4, Disney CEO Bob Chapek responded to the "Don't Say Gay" legislation, claiming during an annual shareholder's meeting to have reached out to Governor Ron DeSantis about the matter.