Ex-ESPN star Jason Whitlock blasts Disney for ‘feminizing’ sports


An ex-ESPN commentator hit out at his former community and its mum or dad company, Disney, for “wokeifying” and “feminizing” sports, which he claims has resulted in “the assassination of men.”

Jason Whitlock, a former columnist who turned nationally identified for stints at “the worldwide leader” and Fox Sports, stated on his “Fearless” podcast on Monday that Disney has been cultivating a decades-long agenda to “impose the matriarchy on the world.”

“For the last 20 years, and really starting with the purchase of ESPN in 1996. Disney has gone about the business of feminizing and wokefying sports,” stated Whitlock, whose comments were cited by Mediaite.

“This isn’t some overnight thing that just happened the last two or three years,” Whitlock opined.

“This isn’t some Colin Kaepernick-coincidence that they took advantage of. This has been a plot and a strategy for nearly 30 years.”

Whitlock accused Disney of “wokefying” and “feminizing” sports.

Whitlock took purpose at Disney, a company that has been accused by conservatives of selling a liberal political agenda.

“When Disney got a hold of ESPN, the worldwide leader in sports, the goal was to Disney-fy ESPN and the sports world and to feminize ESPN and the sports world,” the podcaster stated.

“And that’s what’s gone on the last 25, 26 years.”

“They do it through, their little key catchphrase, diversity, inclusion, and equity. They call it diversity, equity, and inclusion, I call it diversity, inclusion, and equity. ‘Cause it’s D – I – E. It’s the death of men. It’s the assassination of men!”

“That’s what Disney and ESPN are about. Imposing the matriarchy on the rest of the world.”

The Walt Disney Co. has drawn the ire of conservatives for publicly opposing Florida’s “Don’t Say Gay” regulation.
Jason Whitlock stated Disney’s present route is resulting in an “assassination of men.”
Jason Whitlock

Disney drew the ire of conservative-leaning Americans when it vowed to assist defeat a newly enacted state regulation in Florida, the so-called “Don’t Say Gay” regulation, that bars academics from discussing delicate gender-identity subjects with college students earlier than fourth grade.

Disney has just lately slammed the regulation and introduced that it stands by members of the LGBTQ neighborhood.

ESPN broadcasters who had been doing commentary of a girls’s basketball recreation briefly paused their evaluation and remained silent as a present of solidarity with Disney workers who staged walkouts to protest administration’s preliminary reluctance to criticize the laws.

The sports community has been roiled in recent times by high on-air personalities who take overt political stances, significantly through the presidency of Donald Trump.