They especially defeated the plot points of Episode VI. Rise of Skywalker especially.
Warning that this post has spoilers for the Star Wars sequels including Rise of Skywalker
In Episode VIII, the Resistance is almost gone near the end of the show. “The galaxy has lost all its hope.” That means that VI didn’t finish the trilogy. The Star Wars sequels would ideally have been about rebuilding the Republic. Unfortunately, that wouldn’t work. While ideally the sequels would start in 25 ABY, but the original actors are too old.
And Luke Skywalker’s Jedi are destroyed. We don’t see a new Jedi order in the sequels.
The movies do the original trilogy over again.
The movies also pretend that the prequels don’t exist. There’s no mention of any word that was first used in the prequels, except for “Sith” in Episode VII and “Darth Sidious” in Episode VIII. Mustafar appears in Rise of Skywalker though.
And in Rise of Skywalker, Palpatine’s back. That makes Vader’s sacrifice in Episode VI (Return of the Jedi) pointless. And the biggest SPOILER: Rey defeats Palpatine, not a Skywalker descendant like Kylo Ren. Disney creates their own Chosen One.
The Star Wars sequels also don’t seem to borrow anything from the Legends (formerly Expanded Universe). Which is also disappointing. Why didn’t it borrow the Eclipse class star destroyers, and why didn’t it borrow any planets or species?
Disney only cares about making money. But there’s more than that: the liberal democratic agenda. Being politically correct. But movies aren’t real life, so they don’t have to be politically correct in terms of feminism and gay romance. Movies don’t have to depict things the real life way.