Megyn Kelly Warns Disney after Woke ‘Flops’ Cost $1B: ‘The People Are Not Buying This Content’

Megyn Kelly issued a warning to The Walt Disney Company over its “wokeness.”

Kelly noted that Disney’s woke “flops” have cost the company nearly $1 billion in losses at the box office.

“Woke” movies such as “Lightyear,” “The Little Mermaid,” and “Elemental” have all tanked at the box office and pulled in far less than they cost to produce.

On her SiriusXM podcast “The Megyn Kelly Show,” the host discussed a report that claimed Disney lost $900 million on its last eight feature films, many of which featured “woke” characters.

Kelly said: “The people are not buying this content.

“They don’t want this content.

“Bit by bit all these media companies and big tech companies are eliminating their heads of diversity…

“Because it’s just a wasted position where somebody just glorifies their wokeness,” she about Disney, Netflix, and Warner Bros. Discovery getting rid of their heads of “diversity” recently.

She continued, “So it’s failing.”

“Hopefully they’ll learn their lesson.”


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In late June, Latondra Newton left her post as “chief diversity officer” at Disney, as Slay News reported.

Netfix’s head of “inclusion,” Vernā Myers, stepped down around the same time.

And Warner Bros. Discovery just fired Karen Horne, who was the company’s vice president for “diversity, equity, and inclusion” in North America.

According to The Wrap:

Vernā Myers, Netflix’s head of inclusion strategy, will be stepping down from the position in September.

Myers joined the company in 2018 and was the first to serve in the role, which she held for five years. 

She will remain as an advisor to Netflix as she focuses her attention to her consulting company, The Vernā Myers Company.

After she departs, Wade Davis will be promoted to her position.

Davis is currently the vice president of inclusion strategy and has worked with Myers for four years.

“Vernā has had an immense impact on Netflix over the last five years and I’m glad we’ll still get to work together and benefit from her deep expertise,” Sergio Ezama, Netflix’s chief talent officer, said.

“I’m very grateful for everything that she’s done to help strengthen our collective inclusion acumen and capabilities so that we can make Netflix a place where everyone feels welcome and can thrive.”

READ MORE: Jim Caviezel Reveals Disney Told Him to Remove Reference to God from Movie Script

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By David Hawkins

David Hawkins is a writer who specializes in political commentary and world affairs. He's been writing professionally since 2014.

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