“Mandalorian” Actress, MMA Fighter Gina Carano Fired From Show For Support of Donald Trump
Carano became an actress after retiring from MMA. Some had pointed to the Mandalorian as the most original Star Wars production made since Disney acquired the franchise, with a dull sequel trilogy turning off many fans.
Carano had shared a graphic on her personal Instagram compared the antisemitism practiced in Nazi Germany to the extreme intolerance liberals show anyone who reject their false religion. The meme in question ultimately led to her termination.
“Jews were beaten in the streets, not by Nazi soldiers but by their neighbors…even by children. Because history is edited, most people today don’t realize that to get to the point where Nazi soldiers could easily round up thousands of Jews, the government first made their own neighbors hate them simply for being Jews. How is that any different from hating someone for their political views?”
Mass killings and persecutions have been executed on a political basis on countless occasions throughout history. Carano’s comparison is entirely valid, but incurred the hatred of the Left for calling attention to their own intolerance and anti-democratic character.
Carano has previously been targeted in tattletale campaigns waged by those she’s dismissed as “cowards and bullies,” incurring the fury of the Left for defying the Black Lives Matter street terror movement and the personal pronouns lifestyle trend.
In response to a social media outrage campaign in response to her Instagram story, Lucasfilm- the Disney subsidiary that produces Star Wars content- confirmed they wouldn’t hire her to work on any further projects.
The actress confirmed she’d be speaking out about the ostracism campaign.
Headed to go do the @TheBabylonBee podcast like… pic.twitter.com/3BcekqviId
— Gina Carano ???? (@ginacarano) February 10, 2021
Turn off the Disney+ subscription. These elite liberals quite clearly hold middle Americans in disdain, and don’t deserve your support or attention.
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