Sore loser Democrats have sunk to a new low in their war on President Donald Trump.
A petition has been launched asking the Walt Disney Company to not allow an upcoming animatronic Donald Trump in Disney World’s Hall of Presidents to speak.
— Dateline Disneyland (@DatelineDisney) January 31, 2017
The exhibit features animatronic versions of American presidents giving brief speeches about American history and their role as president. New presidents are added after they enter office and, with the theater exhibit closing in mid-January, Disney expects to unveil the new Trump figure in June when the Hall reopens, according to the Tampa Bay Times.
— Tampa Bay Times (@TB_Times) February 1, 2017
But one Brooklyn, N.Y. man is on a mission to keep the likeness of the 45th president silent.
“This is a petition to stop the inevitable Donald Trump animatronic figure from speaking, let alone giving a speech,” Matthew Rogers wrote in his Change.org petition.
“Donald Trump ran a Presidential campaign on hateful speech, misogyny, racism and xenophobia. In doing so, he has tainted the legacy of the American Presidency forever,” Rogers continued. “He has only shown himself to be at the very least intolerant and at the very worst dangerous.”
Rogers asks Disney to “take a stand against divisive and hurtful rhetoric and have the backs of millions of Americans and people worldwide whose day would be ruined by the depiction of a speech by Donald Trump.”
A speaking figure of President Obama was added in 2009.
The petition by Rogers, launched last week, has almost reached it goal of 10,000 signatures. No surprise considering Democrats will stop at nothing, no matter how absurd, to silence opposition and undermine the president.
Even if the target is a robot in a family theme-park.
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@ksbw ok, people.. let’s just fight the fights that are worth fighting, eh?
— Colleen Cooney (@colleencooney77) February 2, 2017
The “Not my President” movement just became absurd.
A petition to keep the Trump animatronic at Disney from talking https://t.co/F3ECxIiYJZ
— Joe Walsh (@WalshFreedom) February 2, 2017
— Walter Lee (@walterlee1) February 1, 2017
@HuffingtonPost this is by far the most ridiculous crap I’ve ever heard! If Disney denies putting OUR 45th Pres in then we BOYCOTT them too!
— Dale Lowcher (@d_lowcher) February 1, 2017
@HuffingtonPost This is yet more proof of the pervasive, chronic immaturity of the leftists. Total craziness
— Spring Larkin (@larkin_spring) February 1, 2017
@HuffingtonPost he won . Get over it . What if they did that Obama ? Would you still support it ? Probably not . He’s still your president .
— Jack (@therealjackray) February 1, 2017
Petition started in NY for the figure of Trump at Disney worlds Hall of Presidents attraction not to talk…these people are sick
— American Sweet Hart (@hartsusi) January 31, 2017
@InsideTheMagic morons. I haven’t been in that attraction for 8 years because of Obama. They can wait.
— Appy (@joelapp) January 31, 2017
@InsideTheMagic don’t even know how to respond to such idiotic thoughts. Aren’t we all tired of this? MOVE ON to more important things.
— Scott McArthur (@Mcrthr66Scott) February 1, 2017
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