Maybe he'll send the Kamala animatronic to investigate the "root causes."
WALT DISNEY WORLD, FL -- The Joe Biden animatronic at Disney's Hall of "Presidents" went off-script again on Monday. And his remarks are being interpreted as giving a green light to armed conflict between the national pavilions at Epcot's World Showcase.
"I think what you're going to see is that [Epcot] pavilions will be held accountable if they invade another," the animatronic said during the 3:30 showing at the Hall of Presidents ...
Except one who was using more colorful language. We won't say who.
WALT DISNEY WORLD, FL -- More controversy from the Hall of Presidents at Disney's Magic Kingdom Theme Park and Spa! Past issues include the Biden animatronic malfunctioning, leaving when questioned, and needing a pants change. And now the Biden animatronic has reportedly become angry and stormed offstage, when the other Presidents began chanting "Let's Go Brandon" during his prerecorded speech.
So the Hall of Presidents is closed again. We'll keep you ...
Did he have a meeting with the Animatronic Pope?
MAGIC KINGDOM, FL -- The tens of guests flocking to the Hall of Presidents to actually see the presidents, and not escape the heat like the thousands typically do, will notice a change this week!
No, Animatronic President Trump has not re-positioned himself to the front again. The change is that Animatronic Joe Biden is sporting a brand new suit!
Disney (the company) spokesperson Jun Disney (no relation, not Animatronic) filled us in on ...
It was later spotted eating ice cream and sniffing kids' hair.
WALT DISNEY WORLD, FL -- The Hall of "Presidents"* at Magic Kingdom Park continues to experience problems with the Biden audio-animatronic figure. The figure has caused closures previously due to malfunctions.
Sources tell Uncle Walt's Insider that an audience member shouted a question about Afghanistan during the program yesterday. The Biden animatronic reportedly replied, "I'm not supposed to take questions," and then turned and left the stage.
Found but still closed for now
Probably a good call, considering.
BURBANK, CA -- The Disney Company announced today that its plans for a Disneyland-style theme park in Kabul, Afghanistan, have been placed on hold for the foreseeable future. The press release did not provide specific reasons for the delay, but sources inside the company say that Afghans on the project are too busy trying to flee the country to continue work at this time.
We reached out to Disney (the company) spokesperson Jun Disney (no relation) for comment, ...