A judge from Texas invited Disney to move out of Florida amid its ongoing feud with Gov. Ron DeSantis.
In a letter to Walt Disney Company CEO Bob Chapek, Fort Bend County Judge KP George invited the company to consider Fort Bend County as a “welcoming and diverse place to do business.”
“While you, your company, employees and diverse fans face authoritarian, anti-business and culture war attacks from extremists in Florida, we in Fort Bend are more ready to welcome the Disney family with thousands of good-paying jobs and billions of dollars of investments,” the April 21st letter reads, per Fox News.
The judge touted Fort Bend County as a “unique place” whose residents “compose the most diverse county in the United States, deliver extremely high graduation rates and are one of the top capita purchasers in Texas.”
The county is "strategically located for the most efficient distribution of goods domestically and internationally, including the best access to both inland and water ports in Texas," the judge said.
"With a strong focus on economic development, we encourage small and large business growth through a business-friendly climate; we make a difference in our children’s lives everyday through youth empowerment initiatives and aim to continue improving the quality of life through new, fresh and innovative ideas," George said. "I invite you to visit Fort Bend County and see for yourself why our community is the best place for a new Walt Disney World Resort."