They say the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different result.
If that is true, then the executives in charge of most major corporations in America are some of the most insane people on the face of the planet. Either that, or they simply care more about pushing leftist ideology than running a competent business.
You would think that given the boycotts of major brands due to their total embrace of the LGBT agenda, other companies would think twice before engaging in the same practices.
The latest company to do so is a familiar foe for conservatives — Disney.
Following Target’s promotion of LGBT clothing aimed at children, Disney has decided to follow the same path.
As part of its “pride” collection, Disney is selling LGBT-themed onesies for infants 0 to 3 months old. They feature Mickey Mouse with the word “love” written in rainbow colors above him.
Disney is pushing LGBTQ+ clothes and toys for babies at their parks pic.twitter.com/QNUABtlAeB
— End Wokeness (@EndWokeness) June 2, 2023
The message is clear: Just like Target, Disney wants to indoctrinate your children in far-left ideology.
To anyone who has been following Disney the past few years, this should hardly come as a surprise, as the company never seems to miss an opportunity to promote the LGBT agenda.
In addition, Disney opposed Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis’ prohibition on the teaching of radical gender ideology to young children in public schools, a stance that has embroiled the company in a bitter feud with the conservative governor.
But while we have come to expect these sorts of shenanigans from Disney, LGBT-themed merchandise aimed at babies may be a step too far for some people.
This is the exact same thing that led to boycotts of Target, and while the retailer will probably be able to absorb the financial blow it is taking, the loss in revenue it has suffered is nothing to shrug off.
Has Disney really learned nothing from Bud Light, Target, or even its own past mistakes, for that matter?
These woke executives never seem to learn.
This article appeared originally on The Western Journal.