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Ted Cruz Suggests Disney Will Make Mickey Mouse and Pluto Gay Sex Film

Ted Cruz Suggests Disney Plotting Mickey Pluto Sexual Relationship

Senator Ted Cruz mockingly suggested Disney would soon introduce a storyline featuring iconic cartoon characters Mickey and Pluto as more than just animated friends. Cruz made the outrageous remark at a Young America’s Foundation event held at Yale University on April 12, where he appeared with conservative personalities, Michael Knowles and Liz Wheeler.

“I think there are people now who are misguided, trying to drive, you know, Disney, stepping in saying, you know, ‘In every episode now, they’re gonna have, you know, you know, Mickey and Pluto going at it,’” the Texas Republican said to the laughter of an obviously supportive audience.

“Thank you for that image, Senator,” Knowles interrupted.

“Like, really?! Cruz continued. “But it’s just like, come on, guys! These are kids and you know, you could always shift to Cinemax if you want that. Like, like, what do you have? It used to be, like look. I’m a dad. It used to be you’d be able to put your kids in front of the Disney Channel, and all right. Something innocuous will happen.”

Disney had been strongly criticized for not actively opposing Florida’s “don’t say gay” bill which Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis signed into law last month. The law regulates the discussion of gender identity and sexuality in public schools, and bans it entirely from kindergarten through third grade. Disney employees staged walkouts and other demonstrations protesting the company’s silence on the issue. CEO Bob Chapek eventually apologized for not opposing the law sooner and vowed to fight against it.

Cruz has a history of anti-LGBTQ+ statements and actions. He urged states to ignore the Obergefell v. Hodges Supreme Court ruling affirming nationwide marriage equality, backed the bigoted Kentucky clerk Kim Davis when she refused to issue marriage licenses to couples of the same sex, and used an offensive anti-gay slur when criticizing an Army recruiting video that featured a diverse group of soldiers, including Cpl. Emma Malonelord, a white woman raised by two moms.

Later in the discussion, Cruz was asked if he would fellate a man to solve world hunger. He declined the opportunity to save humanity.

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