Growing up in Florida, Disney was a huge part of my everyday life.

Regardless of where you grow up in the Sunshine State, the shadow of the Mouse Ears isn’t far away.

For any Florida kid, it’s always a huge moment when your parents say, “Alright, we’re packing a bag and heading to Disney for the weekend!” The excitement and anticipation you felt for that magical place made it almost too good to be true, and the fact that a place people visit from around the world is only a few short hours away by car is truly a special thing.

However, I didn’t grow up with the wealthiest of households. We went to Disney once one I was six, and then I didn’t go again until my teenage years—but those memories have stuck with me for a lifetime.

Today, even as a full-grown man, I still go to Disney World every now and then.

Once a year, I try to hit up one of the parks just to get away from the rigamarole of life—and just for the briefest of moments, I feel like that same six-year-old kid who experienced that magic for the first time.

It’s been dubbed the “Happiest Place on Earth” by many…despite the millions of fathers who might tell you otherwise.

That’s a joke, of course.

Even the orneriest of people tend to lighten up when they cross the border into the Magic Kingdom.

But that happiness may be coming to an end for both visitors and employees alike.

Disney, already notoriously woke, has decided to take it one step further and force employees to get a vaccine…or else face termination.

Disney FORCING Employees To Get The Jab… Or Else!

The House of Mouse released a statement on Friday outlining what will be expected of employees going forward, saying in part that ALL salaried and non-union hourly employees in the US who work on site must be fully vaccinated in order to remain employed.

Funny how they’re leaving their parks in France and Japan off that list. Turns out it’s only the US properties that Disney is FORCING to get the Fauci ouchie.

The statement said employees who aren’t already vaccinated will have 60 days to do so and that those still working from home will need to show proof of vaccination before returning.

Disney also indicated that it was discussing the vaccine requirements with the union, and added that all new hires will be required to be fully vaccinated before starting work at the company, saying, “Vaccines are the best tool we all have to help control this global pandemic and protect our employees.”

Is that what it is?

Because the science is in, and it PROVES that the vaccine isn’t controlling the pandemic.

In fact, my hypothesis is it’s making it worse for multiple reasons.

Is The Vaccine Making Things WORSE?

Obviously, I’m not a doctor, but that doesn’t mean I’m uneducated and can’t have a few thoughts on why I believe that the vaccine could be responsible for a longer pandemic.

First, the delta variant didn’t mutate to make UNVACCINATED people sick – it mutated to a stronger, more viral load, making vaxxed and unvaxxed alike susceptible to infection.

That’s how viruses work.

They don’t mutate to infect those they’re already infecting; they mutate to infect those they CAN’T infect.

And secondly, with the vaccine, people may not KNOW they’re sick, as the vaccine’s whole purpose is to lessen the symptoms. If people don’t know they’re sick, they’ll more than likely operate as normal, potentially infecting more and more people.

Disney choosing to mandate vaccines doesn’t make them look responsible.

It makes them look like capitalistic tyrants who will dictate what their workers are FORCED to put in their bodies.

Would they force a female cast member (that’s what they call their employees) to get an abortion because her pregnant belly doesn’t fit into a princess costume?

It may sound like an impossibility…but if they’re going to force people to get vaccines, there really is no telling where they’ll stop their overreach.

This is NOT good, and hopefully\somebody with the correct connections will take this issue up with the courts.

This is dangerous ground here, folks.

Keep an eye on this story.


“Forcing people to be generous isn’t humanitarian, effective, compassionate or moral. Only acts that are truly voluntary for all concerned can be truly compassionate.” – Harry Browne