Tuesday 25 June 2024

O’Keefe Confronts Disney Senior VP Over Comments Captured On Undercover Video

 Michael Giordano, a senior vice president at the Walt Disney Company, was confronted by James O’Keefe after he was caught in an undercover video by the O’Keefe Media Group (OMG) claiming the corporation discriminates against white men.

In a new clip posted to social media on Monday, O’Keefe ambushes Giordano in a restaurant in Los Angeles. He sits down at Giordano’s table and asks if he is Michael Giordano and if he works for Disney. 

Giordano stands up and leaves the restaurant, gets into a white Tesla, and then drives on Sunset Boulevard as O’Keefe chases him on foot with the cameras rolling. 

“The Walt Disney Senior Vice President Michael Giordano is confronted by James O’Keefe and @OKeefeMedia after uncovering @Disney‘s discriminatory hiring practices…Caught off guard, Giordano fled to his car with O’Keefe tailing him,” O’Keefe’s post on X read.

“The scene at Sunset Plaza didn’t go unnoticed — Hollywood influencers@xhuddy, Chiara Hovland, and Nick Higham, who witnessed the entire incident, praised OMG for ‘Saving the city’ and pledged to check out O’Keefe Media Group,” he added. 

In the previously released undercover footage, Giordano said that he was told by co-workers in the human resources department that the corporation discriminates against white men in its hiring practices, as previously reported

“I have friends in HR and I have friends in other divisions. And they’re like, ‘Look, nobody else is going to tell you this, Mike, but they’re not considering any white males for the job,’” Giordano told an undercover journalist with OMG.

He went on to say that being a white male limits his upward mobility within the company. “As far as Disney is concerned, I am a white male and that’s not who they’re looking to promote at the moment,” he added.

Giordano went on to allege that one biracial person was passed over for a promotion because he didn’t look African American.


“We wanted to hire somebody in the department … who was half black but didn’t like, appear half black and there was a creative executive who was like ‘We’re not, like, that’s not, that’s not what’s wanted,’” he claimed. “They wanted somebody in meetings who would appear a certain way and he wasn’t gonna bring that to the meeting.”

In the video, Giordano alleges that Disney attempts to prevent lawsuits by using euphemistic terminology. The company allegedly uses “code words and buzzwords that are used to explain what they’re looking for… so it’s not like a legally actionable thing,” the senior vice president explained. He did, however, say that Disney’s practices would likely eventually lead to a lawsuit.

The undercover report comes as the company has embraced far-left policies on gender and race, going so far as to embed them in their movies and television shows.

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