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Laura Ingraham explained how Apple is using the same tactics to “mischaracterize” Florida’s parental rights bill as Disney on “The Ingraham Angle” Friday. 

LAURA INGRAHAM: The Mouse and the Apple vs. America: That’s the focus of tonight’s Angle. Now it turns out that Mickey has more friends than just Minnie and Pluto. Another “Goofy” character is entering their new political alliance with the hard Left. His name is Tim Cook, the CEO of Apple, and his corporate spinmeisters employ the same tactics as Disney’s by mischaracterizing the laws that they spend millions of dollars lobbying against as anti-LGBTQ when in reality, these laws are aimed at protecting kids and women. 

DISNEY HAS BETRAYED THE VERY VALUES THAT WERE RESPONSIBLE FOR ITS SUCCESS, ORTHODOX RABBIS WARN

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The Apple Inc. logo is shown outside the company’s 2016 Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco, California, U.S. June 13, 2016. (REUTERS/Stephen Lam)

Now, according to Politico, behind the scenes, Apple is one of the most active corporate advocates for LGBTQ rights. According to four organizers on the ground in states where legislation is moving, the company has tried to leverage its greatest assets, the popularity of its products and the size of its employee base in the U.S. to crush the legislation. First: laws such as Florida’s parental rights and education bill they’re not anti-LGBTQ. They are pro-child, and they’re aimed at protecting little ones from pre-K through third grade. 

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Now, we don’t call laws banning kids from driving cars “anti-automobile,” do we? Right. And laws that prevent biological males from competing against women? They’re not “anti-anything,” either. They protect girls and women who’ve often worked their entire lives to excel at the highest levels of athletics. So these common-sense measures, again being passed in states around the country, are supported by an overwhelming percentage of Americans, especially when those Americans are told, for instance, that nothing in the Florida bill prohibits the word gay from being said in school. 

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