The company and CEO of Disney, Bob Iger, are being hypocritical when it comes to boycotting Georgia for its controversial abortion law, according to conservative radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh.
"This is just hypocritical and crazy, Disney is a company founded on programs and facilities for children, and the abortion law in Georgia is designed to save and protect children, and we can not have that," said Limbaugh in his program. radio on Friday. .
GEORGIA GOV. BRIAN KEMP SIGNS CONTROVERSIAL LAW "HEARTBEAT" IN LAW
"Because of the way Disney is watching it, we can not protect our audience, we can not do business in a state that cares for our audience and our future audience, we can not have that," the radio announcer said. sarcastically.
Disney, who films television shows and films in Georgia, is one of the few Hollywood studios to reconsider their future in the state after a controversial abortion bill is pbaded.
The law, which would take effect in January if legal obstacles are overcome, will prohibit abortion after six weeks once a heartbeat is detected.
Iger told Reuters this week that it would be "very difficult" to work in Georgia if the law is implemented and people do not want to work in the state.
Limbaugh accused Disney of keeping Georgia as an "economic hostage".
"But after they were granted all these concessions because we're all a groupie, everyone wants Hollywood in the city, everyone wants Hollywood material to be produced in their neighborhood or their state, then they turn around and sabotage these states of This way and they keep them in the economy hostages, "said Limbaugh.
CLICK HERE TO OBTAIN THE FOX NEWS APPLICATION
The radio host also criticized Hollywood and Disney for disrespecting the southern states.
"You know, they look at these southern states, they're conservative states: Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, look how hard they can not do enough for this industry to do business in their states, and then what do they do? movies and television shows that do what? "said Limbaugh. "They start mocking the people who live in the south, they throw garbage at these people, they make movies and TV shows and they make jokes about them."