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On Friday, SFA Fund Inc., also known as the Stand For America PAC, is calling on Florida Governor Ron DeSantis to put his money where his mouth is and return the more than $100,000 his campaign and affiliated PACs have taken from Disney over the years.

As first reported by the Daily Beast, DeSantis, who currently faces a lawsuit from the House of Mouse over alleged acts of “government retaliation,” has made the corporation the focal point of his anti-woke agenda. However, if Governor DeSantis and his team were serious about their fight to bring Disney to its knees, they should be willing to return the nearly $111,000 he accepted from Mickey and his pals from 2013-2021.

“Ron DeSantis has made it his mission to target one of Florida’s largest job creators to bolster his profile for a race he claims he’s not a candidate for,” notes SFA Lead Strategist Mark Harris. “If DeSantis is serious about taking on Disney, then it’s time he put his money where his mouth is and return it; not bank it for a potential 2024 presidential run.” 

Ambassador Nikki Haley joined a number of Republicans calling for the DeSantis/Disney feud to end by offering Mickey and Minnie a new home, telling Fox News: “South Carolina was a very anti-woke state, it still is, and if Disney would like to move their hundreds of thousands of jobs to South Carolina and bring the billions of dollars with them, I’ll let them know I’ll be happy to meet them in South Carolina and introduce them to the governor and the legislature that would welcome it.” 

Take a look at the evidence and see for yourself. So, the question remains, will DeSantis return Disney’s contributions or use it to fund his potential 2024 presidential run? The clock is ticking.

Read more from the Daily Beast here.

Author: Press Release


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