In the Washington Examiner:
“It’s a story you’ve seen before. Red states pass laws the Left find objectionable, and within days, the entertainment sector threatens to leave that state until conservatives see things their way. This time, Disney CEO Bob Iger has suggested that Disney may exit the state of Georgia over their recently passed abortion law. This comes after Netflix stated their intent to halt productions such as "Stranger Things" in the state. Film companies would be walking away from exceedingly generous tax incentives in Georgia and presumably go back to California and incur higher production costs or start a bidding process in other states reminiscent of the recent Amazon HQ2 fiasco.
Disney is free to do what they please, but their stated intent is highly hypocritical, and Georgia should stick up for their voters and send Hollywood packing.”