At first glance Disney’s latest made-for-television Christmas movie sounded like it had returned to its family-friendly roots. Just check out the description for “The Naughty Nine” on Disney Plus:
Mischievous fifth grader Andy finds himself without a visit or presents from Santa on Christmas morning. Realizing he must have landed on the “naughty list” and feeling unfairly maligned, Andy pulls together a team of eight other “naughty listers” to help him execute an elaborate heist at the North Pole to get the presents they feel they deserve. Along the way, the group comes to realize that the very best way off the naughty list is to redirect their unique talents for good — instead of mischief.Disney
But it turns out that “The Naughty Nine” is indeed a naughty movie.
The film features a family run by two gay fathers along with a scene about two young boys debating over whether another young boy is a “hottie.”
Eleanor Bartow, the features editor for the Federalist, wasted little time in describing Disney’s troubling behavior.
“Disney is sexualizing kids and pushing LGBT identification even in a TV-PG family movie about Christmas,” she wrote in a scathing essay.
Bartow was especially troubled by Disney’s decision to include a scene about two young boys lusting over an older boy.
“Hollywood’s Christmas movies rarely include the ‘Christ’ in ‘Christmas’ anymore (please nudge my memory on when they last did), but to me this is a new low,” she wrote. “With this scene, Disney is sexualizing children and blurring the lines of what’s acceptable behavior.”
As I wrote in a column last year, Disney’s decision to become a megaphone for radical LGBT propaganda was not made in private. It was made in view of the public and investors.
“Our leadership over there has been so welcoming to my, like, not-at-all-secret gay agenda,” said Latoya Raveneau, an executive producer for Disney Television Animation. “I was just, wherever I could, just basically adding queerness. … No one would stop me and no one was trying to stop me.”
In recent weeks the House that the Mouse built has suffered through collapsing revenue streams and box office disasters. Investors were warned that their position on the wrong side of the culture war was costing them hundreds of millions of dollars.
But the radical Alphabet Activists who control Disney just don’t care.
They have turned the happiest place on Earth into the queerest place on Earth.