Fired Disney employees call out 'failed leadership' as Bob Iger returns as CEO
Barbara Andreas and Stephen Cribb criticize the 'unfair treatment' toward employees during the pandemic after re-instated CEO Bob Iger announced his intention to 'quiet down' the culture wars.
7 former employees sue Disney claiming they were fired for refusing to get the COVID-19 shot
Cheron Hayes and Seth Schmidt are former Disney World employees. They spoke to WESH 2's Greg Fox, along with their attorney, who now has seven plaintiffs suing the company for "discrimination" under the Florida Civil Rights Act.
Disney Doesn’t Want Christians in their Parks, Says Ex-Employee
In an interview with Fox News, Barbara Andreas, who was let go in March, said, “We’ve been very vocal that it feels like Disney is getting closer and closer to not wanting Christians there. Not on their parks, not on their payroll.”
Former Disney employees sue company over alleged religious discrimination: 'They think they're above the law'
Former Disney employees Barbara Andreas and Stephen Cribb join 'Fox & Friends First' with their attorney Carroll Sanders to share the stories behind their rejected religious exemptions from COVID-19 vaccine and mask mandates.
Get the very latest on this important Medical Freedom story from Disney Cast Member Nick Caturano, who has been a champion in this fight from day 1 !
Former Disney employees sue over mask and vaccine mandates
A former Walt Disney World employee of 21 years said she’s been harassed, discriminated against and eventually fired.
Three former cast members are suing Disney over mask and vaccine mandates. Rachel Rodriguez represents them.
“The behavior by Disney is egregious,” Rodriguez said.
Video: Ex-employees sue Disney, claim religious discrimination over COVID-19 vaccine and mask mandates
Disney’s vaccine mandate was suspended in November by Gov. Ron DeSantis.
3 Florida Disney employees sue company over mask, vaccine requirements
Three former Disney employees are suing the company over masking and vaccine requirements for COVID-19, saying they were fired over lack of compliance. The three plaintiffs, residents of Florida, say their religious liberty was violated by the termination and requirements enforced by Disney.
The employees – Barbara Andreas, Stephen J. Cribb and Adam Pajer – are suing the Walt Disney Company and Disney Parks, Experience and Products, Inc., saying that while “Disney has brought wonder and magic into the lives and homes of millions,” the company had “cast itself as the villain” and “a shadow has come over Disney” during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Disney Employees Suing Company Over Vaccine Exemption Refusals
The Walt Disney Company punished and then fired three longtime employees because they refused the COVID-19 vaccine on religious grounds, according to a new lawsuit against the company.
On July 30, 2021, Disney announced that its employees would have to take one of the several COVID-19 vaccines to continue working with the company.
When Florida’s government forbade “vaccinate or terminate” policies, the company began a relentless push to vaccinate all employees, including those who had requested religious exemptions, the lawsuit states.
"Cast Members for Truth and Freedom" announced today their plans to file a discrimination lawsuit against Disney. In a press conference in Kissimmee, FL, the group of Disney employees, led by 18-year Disney cast member Nick Caturano and their attorneys, revealed their plans for the lawsuit. The group shared that the legal challenge represents the plight of all employees in Florida and around the nation who continue to fight for Religious and Medical Freedom amid the unprecedented discrimination taking place towards those whose personal choice is not to get injected with the experimental COVID-19 "vaccines."
Caturano spoke of the profound sadness he has witnessed among Disney colleagues who, for years, have loved serving Disney guests and being a part of their experiences at such a "magical place." Thanking Florida Governor Ron DeSantis for his leadership and common sense, Caturano remarked that now, everything at Disney—where there is no level-headed DeSantis in charge—has changed. Caturano and his colleagues, who made the decision to remain true to their "God-given constitutional rights" to choose what they put into their bodies, have been ostracized.
Former cast member Barb Andreas spent two decades in management at Walt Disney World. She joins us to talk about how she was fired when she tried to exercise her right to religious freedom.
Walt Disney Corporation employees say that the company is being taken over by a “woke” mob and it’s making Christians and conservatives no longer welcome with the formerly family-oriented company, according to The Blaze.
Disney employees spoke to Fox News reporter Raymond Arroyo earlier in the week and called Disney over it’s new activism and their concern about the direction of the company.
One employee said they thought that the “magic” was gone and that their political stand was saddening those who have worked with Disney while another said that they have made it clear that Christians don’t have a place within the company.
Nick Caturano says "After our first march through Disney World last week we heard from Firefighters Unions, Police officers, Healthcare workers, especially nurses who all expressed outrage that their employers are acting like they own the bodies of their employees.
We are not their slaves. We have rights, and the most important right is the governance over our own bodies" says Disney Cast Member and Event Organizer Nick Caturano.
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