Disney heiress says people who are offended by the phrase ‘OK Boomer’ should ‘sit the f— down and let the kids drive’

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Abigail Disney, the millionaire heiress of the Disney fortune, told fellow Boomers to “sit the f–k down and let the kids drive.” 
Disney, the 59-year-old granddaughter of Roy O. Disney who co-founded the Walt Disney Company, offered scathing rebuke of her generation on Twitter and criticized their attitudes towards younger generations. 
“What the hell is wrong with you/us boomers?? When did you get so easily triggered?” she wrote. 
“Get over the idea that all things pass, you are old and you need to let history do what history does: move on.”
Disney has recently come into the spotlight as a vocal supporter of imposing a wealth tax on the super-rich, a measure that 2020 Democrats like Sen. Bernie Sanders and Sen. Elizabeth Warren also support. 
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Abigail Disney, the millionaire heiress of the Disney fortune, offered a scathing rebuke of fellow Boomers on Twitter, criticizing their attitudes towards younger generations and telling them to “sit the f–k down and let the kids drive.” 

Disney, the 59-year-old granddaughter of Roy O. Disney who helped co-found The Walt Disney Company with Walt Disney, took aim at those in her generation offended by the phrase “OK Boomer.” See the rest of the story at Business Insider

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