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Florida State Rep. Anthony Sabatini Predicts Disney Tax Bill Will Pass: ‘Woke Capital Must Be Crushed’

Florida State Representative Anthony Sabatini (right) predicted that legislation that would end Disney’s special taxation and governmental jurisdiction would pass “overwhelmingly” on Thursday and that “capital awake must be crushed”.

“Woke corporations like Disney that fight Florida’s pro-family agenda must be defeated,” Sabatini told Breitbart News in an exclusive statement. “Woke Capital must be crushed.”

Sabatini, an America First lawmaker running for Congress, spoke to Breitbart News after the Florida Senate passed S. 4-C, which would be the special tax jurisdiction created in 1967 to benefit the megacorporation that is Disney. The Florida House will vote on the legislation Thursday.

The Reedy Creek Improvement District, home to the Walt Disney World Resort, would be dissolved on June 1, 2023, if the legislation becomes law.

Reedy Creek fire officials say a small fire at Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom on Tuesday, Dec. 14, 2021 may have sprouted from a tree. (AP Photo/John Raoux, File)

The Florida legislature created the special tax jurisdiction to boost tourism after Disney lobbied for the special exclusion. Now, after Disney opposed the Parental Rights in Education bill and witnessed Disney’s LGBTQIA campaign continue, lawmakers have decided to end Disney’s corporate welfare. .

Sabatini said the Republican Party must focus on helping its labor base.

“It’s time for Republican separation to start serving real workers, not corporate vested interests,” Sabatini said. “I am proud to fight alongside Governor DeSantis against un-American corporations like Disney – I expect the bill to pass overwhelmingly tomorrow.”

“Today the Florida Senate voted to REPEAL Disney’s Special Tax District Tomorrow I will be voting YES to pass the bill at FL House,” Sabatini wrote. “Then @GovRonDeSantis will sign the bill I think I woke up @Disney chose the BAD Governor to fight with! Welcome to the NEW @GOP.”

Florida State Rep. Randy Fine (R), who sponsored the bill at the Florida House, wrote Tuesday: “Disney is invited to Florida. Today we remind them. @GovDeSantis just extended the special session so I can file HB3C that eliminates the Reedy Creek Improvement District, a 50-year special law that requires Disney to exempt from laws faced by ordinary Floridians.

Sean Moran is a congressional reporter for Breitbart News. Follow him on Twitter @SeanMoran3.

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