A small, independent theater called the 89er in a little Oklahoma town made wokies BIG mad when they put up this warning sign about the new Disney-Pixar Lightyear film which featured a same-sex kiss.
The sign warned parents that the film featured a brief scene with promoting homosexual relations and that the theater would do its best to fast-forward through the scene.
Then the woke mob got a whiff of it and blasted the 89er on social media.
And now the management of the theater has removed the sign.
Oh no! A tiny theater in a podunk Oklahoma is doing something you don't like! You should make a national story out of it!
That's what the Washington Post did.
Now, the owner of 89er Theatre in Kingfisher, Okla., a town of about 5,000 people approximately 50 miles northwest of Oklahoma City, has retreated from that promise. KOCO reported Tuesday that the owner said "they took the sign down and never actually fast-forwarded through any showing of the movie."
The theater, which is independently owned, did not immediately respond to The Washington Post's request for comment early Wednesday.
I, for one, am shocked that the outlet that gives Taylor Lorenz a platform would use its national megaphone to try to destroy a tiny theater in the middle of nowhere because they aren't as woke as the writers of a DC newspaper.
And the theater never actually fast-forwarded through the kiss anyway.
It was really just warning parents that Disney was using a Toy Story prequel to promote their "not-at-all secret gay agenda."
Of course, I am not surprised they didn't fast-forward the scene. It's probably because nobody even went to watch the woke kids movie.
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