The corporate war on freedom continues as the culture warriors at Disney have struck again by banning a man from their flagship Orlando theme park over a display of support for the legitimately elected President Of The United States.
The entertainment and media giant was quick to give the heave-ho to Dion Cini, a repeat offender who has discovered that patriotism isn’t what it used to be when global corporations live in mortal fear of the social media mobs and their liberal honchos have itchy trigger fingers to stomp down on anyone within their realm of control who supports Trump.
Trespassed from WDW for holding a Trump 2020 banner on Splash Mountain.#OperationFlagDrop
This crap is becoming very anti-American but then again, the classic definition of fascism is a merger between state and corporate power.
— FOX 32 News (@fox32news) November 13, 2018
Via The Orlando Sentinel, “Disney World bans Trump Man after he strikes again”:
A man who held up a Donald Trump campaign sign at Disney World has been banned from the part for a second time.
You could say that Dion Cini apparently likes Donald Trump more than Donald Duck.
Cini has been banned from Walt Disney World for riding down Splash Mountain with a “Trump 2020” sign and then holding up a “Keep America Great” sign on Expedition Everest, WFTV reported.
This comes six weeks after the New Yorker was banned for unfurling a huge Trump banner at the Main Street train station in the Magic Kingdom.
After that one, Disney had a change of heart about revoking Cini’s annual pass and decided to let him return if he promised not to display any more banners or the like, WFTV reported.
It seems unlikely he’ll get his annual pass back this time.
“I wanted to actually abide by their rules, and not hold up a flag to incite a crowd, but I kind of wanted to test them,” Cini told WFTV. “I just really wanted to find out whether or not it had to do with unfurling a flag, or what was written on the flag.”
Disney rules prohibit “unauthorized events, demonstrations or speeches, or the usage of any flag, banner or sign for commercial purposes, or to incite a crowd.”
According to Disney, support for Trump now has been defined as “incitement” which should have George Orwell rolling in his grave, but then again, Orwell was an optimist.