WATCH: James O'Keefe EXPOSES Disney's Discriminatory Hiring Practices Against 'White Males' With Stunning Undercover Footage

On Thursday, investigative journalist James O'Keefe released an explosive undercover investigation into Disney's discriminatory hiring practices, which exclude white males from roles. The O'Keefe Media Group (OMG) investigation is based on undercover footage of meetings with Disney's Vice President of Business Affairs, Michale Giordano.

"Nobody else is going to tell you this, but they're not considering any white males for the job," Giordano said to the OMG undercover journalist. "There's no way we're hiring a white male."

"I'm guessing that there are acceptable code words and buzzwords that are used to explain what they're looking for," the Disney executive explained. "They might say something like, 'We're not looking at the usual suspects for this job.' So it's not like a legally actionable thing. But everyone knows what it means. They, you know, the writers and actors...You hear all the time, you know, 'I'm looking to hire writers and actors that bring diversity. I'm not looking to bring on any more clients who are white.'"

Giordano also explained that the Disney Corporation awards bonuses to executives who promote Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion initiatives throughout their departments.

"James O’Keefe just shoved a legal dagger in the heart of Disney, exposing them to years of litigation that will hopefully cost them a fortune," TPUSA CEO Charlie Kirk wrote in response to the footage. "Using 'code words' to avoid legal scrutiny. Passing over candidates that don’t look black enough. Disney is not only gay, it’s racist. Cue up the well-deserved lawsuits!!"

X CEO Elon Musk also shared the investigation with his 188 million followers, writing, "This is messed up."


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