Gina Carano Fired From The Mandalorian For Comparing the US Government to Nazi Germany
Gina Carano Fired From The Mandalorian For Comparing the US Government to Nazi Germany. The 38-year-old actress and professional athlete Gina Carano, who performed in mixed martial arts, lost her job due to her scandalous posts on social networks. Lucasfilm fired the star of The Mandalorian after she compared the treatment of Republicans in the United States with the treatment of Jews in Nazi Germany (a parallel to Nazi Germany and the modern Western world was drawn by Konstantin Bogomolov in his manifesto ).
Jews were not beaten in the streets by the Nazis, but by their neighbors and even children. Since history is being edited, most people today do not understand that in order for Nazi soldiers to easily drive thousands of Jews away, the government first forced its neighbors to hate them simply because they were Jews. And how is this different from hating someone for their political views?
– she wrote.
The scandalous post of the actress was soon deleted, but netizens launched the hashtag #FireGinaCarano with a call to punish the star.
Gina Carano is not currently employed by Lucasfilm, and we are not looking forward to working with her in the future. Her posts on social media defaming people based on their cultural and religious identity are disgusting and unacceptable.
– said a representative of Lucasfilm.
In September, Carano came under fire when she added the words beep / bop / boop to her Twitter bio, which some people felt was an inappropriate reference to transgender social media users who include the words on their profiles.
They are angry because I didn’t want to insert pronouns in my bio to show that I support transgender people. After months of harassment against me, I decided to include three very controversial words in my biography. And I’m not against trans people at all
– this is how the actress explained her position
She later removed these words from her biography. She explained that her fellow The Mandalorian Pedro Pascal, whose sister Lux recently came out as a trans woman, helped her understand why people are adding these words to their profiles.