Disney CEO Bob Chapek Condemns Capitol Riots After Staying Silent on 'Mulan' Filming Near China's Uyghur Concentration Camps

Disney CEO Bob Chapek Condemns Capitol Riots After Staying Silent on 'Mulan' Filming Near China's Uyghur Concentration Camps


Disney CEO Bob Chapek condemned the clash at the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday, claiming that the violence that has claimed the lives of at least five people, including a Capitol police officer, marks “a sad and tragic day for our country, one unlike any other in our history.”

“What we saw was an egregious and inexcusable assault on America’s most revered institution and our democracy. Thankfully, the democratic process that we hold dearly ultimately prevailed,” the Disney chief said in a Twitter statement. “Now, more than ever, it is imperative that we come together as one nation –6785 united by our shared values, including decency, kindness, and respect for others. We should seize this opportunity and move ahead with optimism and hope for a better, brighter future for all of America.”

A message from CEO Bob Chapek pic.twitter.com/57W51qkM8j

— Walt Disney Company (@WaltDisneyCo) January 8, 2021

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