CHARLIE KIRK (HOST): Here's the thing -- is Disney and Bob Chapek, they're held hostage by their gay employees. It's just that simple. They are. They're in the creative world -- and I'm not accusing them of this, it's just the way it is -- they're in the arts and entertainment, and there's a disproportionate amount of gay people that work in that community. And so they're making a huge mess of it. And so Disney is pandering to their employees because they don't want more employee walkouts, they still need to keep their movie production on time, and they know -- I mean, it would basically be like Remington or it would be like any major ammunition manufacturer basically not coming out against an anti-gun bill. Again, I'm not saying there's anything wrong with it. It's just the way it is.
Disney has a lot of gay people that work for them. Now, for whatever reason, these gay people feel really motivated, the employees of Disney, that six-year-olds need to learn about their incredibly graphic sexual activity. Why that's a concern, I don't know. It's creepy and it's weird.