Dad’s Hand Made T-shirt Causes a Stir at Disney World
People sometimes have different ways of showing their feelings towards other people and organizations, but what one man did at Disney World to show how he really felt has recently gone viral.
One dad’s hand-made T-shirt caused quite a commotion at “the happiest place on earth” in an effort to “honestly and politely” communicate how he thinks about what’s going on with Disney’s administration.
For years, Dan Geffers has taken his daughters Lila and Bryn to Disney World. Over the years, he’s witnessed the company’s subtle adjustments in terms of the causes they support and the practices they follow at its parks. However, recent developments in Disney’s management’s persistent campaign to oppose the passage of legislation designed to protect children “were the final straw.”
The only reason that the family went to Disney world this year was because he had already purchased the tickets before all of this drama really started, which I can understand I suppose. He tried to get a refund for his tickets, but they weren’t going to give it to him.
There is no longer a secret and subtle agenda on the part of Disney; they are coming full force with this leftist propaganda to be all inclusive of everyone who isn’t straight basically.
From what I can tell, there is an ever-growing plot to destroy everything that is right in the world. They want to take away parental rights and turn boys into girls and girls into boys. It’s not even as though they’re just accepting of it, they want to force everyone else to not only be accepting of it as well, but to be a willing participant in this as well.
Then they had a brilliant idea. “A basic white T-shirt and a pair of sharpies” were used.
“I had to make a statement,” Geffers said. “So, I went out and bought a T-shirt. I put a couple of things on the back and a couple of things on the front and I wore it to the park.”
“Hello Boys and Girls, Ladies and Gentlemen,” Geffers wrote on the back. “Walt Not Woke,” he wrote on the front. Geffers said he needed to do something to communicate his feelings about what was going on at “the happiest spot on earth,” even though he wasn’t sure how people would react.
Geffers and the rest of his group visited Disney’s Magic Kingdom on the first day. They hadn’t even entered the park when Geffers spotted people pointing, whispering, smiling, and making comments, according to him. “Walt Not Woke” seemed to be the favorite part of the shirt amongst people who saw it.
He even said that one of the employees told him that they liked his shirt as well.