Kemberlee Kaye blogged about the petition to stop the inevitable Donald Trump animatronic figure from speaking.

Terry Lee Ebert Mendozza, the Trump-supporter who is a founding member of The Trumpettes USA, and who I featured in a post for Inauguration week, she lives in Florida and resents the pressuring of the Walt Disney World into silencing the President’s speech (albeit in robotic form).

The petition is typical liberal drivel. No free speech for anyone but them. So, we will remind Disney that Trump-voters want to see their President treated fairly, even in animatronics form.

The petition is here:

We need your signature to stop a petition by one Matthew Rogers of Brooklyn, NY, asking The Walt Disney company to “stop the inevitable Donald Trump animatronic figure from speaking, let alone giving a speech similar to the one given by Barack Obama” during the “Hall of Presidents” attraction at the Magic Kingdom in Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida.

President Donald J. Trump is the legitimate President of the United States, and that alone gives him the right to be featured along with all the other Presidents, at the Magic Kingdom in Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida.

…It is an insult to the millions of Americans whose values clearly voted President Trump into the White House, and who wish to see their children protected; their jobs protected; and their Parents and our Veterans taken care of, which is what President Trump will do.

Many Americans who didn’t vote for Ronald Reagan, Bill Clinton, or Barack Obama managed to enjoy the experience of the Hall of Presidents nonetheless. Granted, I cringed during my family’s 2011 visit during robo-Obama’s address. But I did tough it out with dignity (mostly).

I suggest that the organizers of the original petition take a few days off from politics and binge on Disney movies, otherwise they won’t last for the next 4-8 years.

Let me start my recommending my favorite scene from “Hercules”, which seems appropriate for this post and features the wonderful James Woods as an extra bonus:


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