Fox’s Laura Ingraham has told Disney and Apple to “stay in your lane” regarding LGBTQ+ legislation.
Ingraham also said the Justice Department needs to determine which businesses “need to be broken up.”
Fox News host Laura Ingraham told companies like Disney and Apple to “stay in your lane” regarding recent anti-LGBTQ+ legislation.
In her segment On Friday, Ingraham accused Disney of “falsely labeling the laws they spend millions of dollars lobbying against as anti-LGBTQ when in reality these laws are meant to protect children and women.”
His comments come after Florida has enacted a law who was nicknamed the “don’t say gayby LGBTQ activists and Democrats. The legislation, officially called the Parental Rights in Education Bill, limits what instructors can tell children about gender identity and sexual orientation.
“These companies should really learn this lesson now before it’s too late: stay in your lane,” Ingraham said. “Because if your CEOs want to delve into controversial political issues, which they apparently know nothing about, expect to be treated like any lame political pundit on, say, MSNBC.”
Ingraham also blasted Apple, which, according to POLITICS, has spent considerable resources lobbying against anti-LGBTQ legislation nationwide. At the start of his segment, Ingraham called the two companies “the mouse and the apple against America.”
“When the Republicans return to power, Apple and Disney will have to understand one thing: everything will be on the table: your copyright and trademark protection, your special status in certain states, and even your corporate structure itself. same,” Ingraham said.
She added: “The Antitrust Division of the (Department of) Justice must begin to determine which American companies should be broken up once and for all for competitive reasons and, ultimately, for the good of consumers who pay the bills. . “
The Fox host also lambasted companies that lent their support to the Black Lives Matter movement in 2020, accusing them of “kowtowing to a group of political activists at the expense of common sense and fair play.”
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