If there is one thing that has become clear, it is that fans do not forget and Star Wars fans do not, because although at times the waters calm down, they have not stopped asking that actress Gina Carano (Deadpool – 84%, Kickboxer: Vengeance – 41%, Suicide rescue – 6%), who plays Carasynthia Dune, a former rebel soldier turned mercenary from Alderaan who fought in the civil war for the Rebel Alliance, in The Mandalorian – 91% get fired for their controversial tweets.
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Carano has not stopped giving something to talk about after he retweeted several publications that mocked the vaccine against COVID-19, a disease that has claimed the lives of millions of people around the world, and about the presidential elections in United States, which had to be through the mail.
Likewise, previously, the 38-year-old actress had already looked bad with some fans after not supporting the trans community by using the appropriate pronouns on Twitter and making fun of them, which caused many groups to accuse her of transphobic. Likewise, he liked a series of pro-Trump publications and demanded that the election votes be honestly counted before the undoubted victory of Joe Biden.
From the above, the star of The Mandalorian She has not been a public favorite in recent months and many Star Wars fans have asked that she be fired for such behaviors, something that Carano has also poked fun at, saying that she will not leave social media and that she brings out the incendiary side. from the people.
Now, the hashtag #FireGinaCarano has become a trend again on Twitter after a well-intentioned publication shared by the official Star Wars account and that is in response to President Biden’s call for a moment of silence for those who died from COVID-19 during his inauguration, Star Wars published a message of solidarity.
Lucasfilm joins the national moment of unity by honoring and remembering the lives lost to COVID-19. #COVIDMemorial.
Lucasfilm joins the national moment of unity as we honor and remember the lives lost to COVID-19. #COVIDMemorial
Photo by Andres Acosta / David Perry & Assoc, Inc. pic.twitter.com/Qrto2fUkVt
— Star Wars (@starwars) January 20, 2021
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Although there was nothing wrong with the message, many fans did not hesitate to recall that Lucasfilm continues to employ Carano, who has made it clear, on Twitter, that he is anti-mask and anti-vaccine. In this way, responses to the original tweet were filled with those calling for the star to be removed from season 3 of The Mandalorian.
While Carano has managed to stick around thus far, there are already sources saying Lucasfilm is losing patience with the star, though the cast and crew of The Mandalorian are believed to be on the actress’s side. Below we collect some of the responses that show the lack of congruence with the most recent message from the official Star Wars account:
However, you have G * na C * rano on your payroll.
Yet you have G*na C*rano in your pay roll 💀💀💀💀
— giina 🦋 I trying to write ✨ (@giinaguemes) January 20, 2021
You employ someone who thinks COVID is a hoax.
You guys employ someone who thinks COVID is a hoax.
— ✨ Lainey ✨ WandaVision Spoilers (@MarveledFulcrum) January 20, 2021
Fire Gina Carano, the anti mask.
Fire Gina Carano, the ant-masker.
— Chris (@DarthFleigus) January 20, 2021
You hired an actress who is anti-mask and spreads misinformation about Covid on her accounts. Middle-level information campaigns literally lead to more infections and deaths, but that’s okay.
You hired an actress who is an anti-masker and spreads misinformation about Covid on her sm accounts. Mid-information campaigns literally lead to more infections and deaths but okay.
— 🏳️🌈 S.K.🦋 (@dippedinwords) January 20, 2021
This doesn’t mean much when you catapult Gina Carano, a COVID denier who believes the masks infringe on her rights.
This doesn’t mean much when you platform Gina Carano—a vocal COVID denier who thinks masks infringe on their rights.
— thrawna’del’rey (@thrawnadelrey) January 20, 2021
I can’t hear you about @ginacarano telling people not to wear masks and spouting nonsense misinformation. #FireGinaCarano.
– Code (@AtkinDakada) January 20, 2021
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