DeSantis Claims ‘National Regime Media’ Wanted Hurricane Ian To Hit Tampa

Florida governor Ron DeSantis claimed Tuesday that “national regime media” wanted Hurricane Ian to hit Tampa to “pursue their political agenda” without regard for the people impacted by the storm. “Quite frankly, you have national regime media that they wanted to see Tampa, because they thought that would be worse for Florida,” the governor told conservative outlet Florida’s Voice in a video interview after a Cape Coral press conference. “They don’t care about the lives here. If they can use it to pursue their political agenda, they will do it.”

This Press Secretary Makes Sure Reporters Feel The Burn

Known for her aggressive Twitter comments and brusque treatment of the media, Christina Pushaw, press secretary to Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, has used taunts to solidify a tough image.

As Chapek Weathers Disney Drama, Board Gathers In Florida

He has the board’s support, but Disney CEO Bob Chapek has had a rough time with Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, a slipping stock and concerns about Disney+. How long will he hold on?

Florida Senate Passes Bill To End Disney Self-Government

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — The Florida Senate on Wednesday passed a bill to repeal a law allowing Walt Disney World to operate a private government over its properties in the state, escalating a feud with the entertainment giant over its opposition to what critics call the “ Don’t Say Gay ” law. The proposal could have huge tax […]

Disney Pledges $5 Million To Protect LGBTQ Rights

Disney CEO Bob Chapek said Wednesday the company is pledging $5 million to the Human Rights Campaign and other organizations protecting LGBTQ rights following backlash to the company’s initial quiet response to Florida’s “Don’t Say Gay” legislation, as well as a report that the company has given money to all of the bill’s sponsors. Chapek, who is taking his first public stance against the bill, says he will also be meeting with Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis to discuss Disney’s “concerns” over the legislation.