OMG: Disney VP flees when James O'Keefe confronts him over anti-white male discrimination

“So, you are the Vice President of the Walt Disney Company?” 

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Journalist James O’Keefe confronted Senior Vice President and Team Lead with 20th Television, The Walt Disney Company Michael Giordano after admitted that the organization blatantly discriminates against whites. The admission came during a "date" with an undercover OMG reporter who peppered him with questions about Disney operations. Giordano works primarily in negotiations. 
 
After the encounter with the OMG undercover reporter, O’Keefe confronted the Senior VP at Disney about his admission that his company was biased against white people, specifically white males, and has intentionally discriminated against them.

 

O’Keefe walked up to Giordano and asked him if he could confirm his identity from the investigation. The OMG journalist pressed him as the Disney executive was walking away and asked, “So, you are the Vice President of the Walt Disney Company?” O’Keefe then read back to Giordano what he had said during the undercover footage, telling him that Giordano said, "No way we’re hiring a white male.”   

Giordano continued to walk away and did not respond to the questioning from O’Keefe. The Disney executive continued to walk away from the journalist and got into his car. Giordano did not respond to questions and claimed that O’Keefe could not videotape him. O’Keefe pursued Giordano after he got into his vehicle and sped away.   

O’Keefe explained to onlookers of the confrontation and investigation into Giordano to those that saw O’Keefe walk up to him that two undercover investigative journalists posed as dates for the Disney executive after meeting him on Hinge.

On the dates, Giordano had said about Disney, “Certainly, there have been times where, you know, ‘There’s no way we’re hiring a white male for this,’” and that it is not just an “unspoken” rule, but directly told to managing administration.  

Giordano even had his own doubts about getting promoted in the company, saying that even though he was well positioned for a role, “As far as Disney is concerned, I’m a white male.” 

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