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The dispute between Disney and Elon Musk has escalated into a sharp and vengeful situation. As you’re likely aware, Disney, a corporation that has faced criticism for grooming kids, is now accusing X of promoting so-called “controversial” content. Meanwhile, Disney is dealing with declining attendance at their overpriced parks and a string of “woke” movies failing at the box office. Despite these issues, they seem more focused on playing political games. Clearly, Disney is supporting the regime’s agenda by attempting to undermine the only mainstream social media platform that isn’t censoring conservative voices and bring them down by stripping away their ad revenue.

Well, Elon Musk isn’t the type to just sit back and take it, so he’s striking back with a ‘turnabout is fair play’ move. Disney withdrew from X, so in response, Elon removed Disney from Tesla.

Touché, Mickey.

The Independent News:

Tesla cars no longer support the Disney+ app, leaving drivers without access to the streaming service. Reports suggest this change might stem from Elon Musk’s anger over Disney pulling ads from Twitter, which he also owns. Some are voicing out their frustration about the situation, highlighting the inconvenience for parents and children.

Tesla and Disney+ haven’t officially commented, but sources indicate the app’s removal from the car interface, particularly for drivers who hadn’t previously used it. Despite this, there are sneaky ways to still access Disney+ through the car’s browser. Musk’s clash with Disney stemmed from his response to companies pulling ads from Twitter due to controversial content.

Take a look for yourself:

Here’s a closeup of the images.





Things are likely to continue escalating, and Elon might seek revenge against other corporate haters too—and rightly so. The hypocrisy of these advertisers, especially Disney, is blatantly obvious. While they criticize X, they openly support platforms like Facebook, Instagram, and TikTok, despite their struggles with sex trafficking and child abuse issues. But apparently, for Disney and others, that’s acceptable, just as long as nobody misgenders the mentally ill.

Meanwhile, yet another Disney employee was just charged with child porn.

Perhaps Disney should focus more on cleaning up their own “mouse house” and less on attempting to suppress free speech for Americans?