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Fans are calling for ‘The Mandalorian’ star Gina Carano’s removal over anti-mask and voter fraud tweets


Fans are calling for ‘The Mandalorian’ star Gina Carano’s removal over anti-mask and voter fraud tweets

Fans of Disney Plus’ “The Mandalorian” are campaigning to have Gina Carano removed from the show after the actress shared anti-mask memes and voter fraud theories.

Carano recently shared a meme that read: “Democratic government leaders now recommends we all wear blindfolds along with masks so we can’t see what’s really going.”

Carano, who plays mercenary Cara Dune in the “Star Wars” show, also wrote a lengthy Tweet asking people to “clean up the election process” following President-elect Joe Biden’s win. Carano echoed Donald Trump’s narrative, claiming with no evidence that voter fraud has taken place in order to give Biden the win.

Carano wrote: “We need to clean up the election process so we are not left feeling the way we do today. Put laws in place that protect us against voter fraud. Investigate every state. Film the counting. Flush out the fake votes. Require ID. Make Voter Fraud end in 2020. Fix the system.”

Carano has also asked her followers to join her on Parler, a social-media app touted by Republican politicians and right-wing pundits, which brands itself as a “free speech” platform and has “no fact checkers.”

The hashtag “#FireGinaCarano” has been trending with fans writing that “this is not about one’s skills about acting. This is not because of ‘different political views.’ This is about this person being downright against human rights.”

One fan wrote that if “The Guardians of the Galaxy” director was fired “for jokes,” Carano’s job should be reconsidered.

Carano was also called out for supporting a commentator who had previously insulted her costar

Meanwhile, another fan pointed out that Carano wished happy birthday to someone who had been “trashing” her own costar, Pedro Pascal.

Carano wished happy birthday to YouTube commentator Ryan Kinel, and wrote: “thank you for all you do.”

In one of Kinel’s videos, he calls Pascal “an absolute garbage human being” and a “talentless f***ing hack” for comparing Trump supporters to Nazis in a meme shared on Instagram.

@NatalieVelda wrote: “everything else aside, THANKING someone for trashing your co-star is absolutely just nasty and completely unprofessional.”

Another fan wrote: “It’s really disgusting how John Boyega and Kelly Marie Tran were viciously attacked by racist and sexist people, resulting in reduced roles and zero support from Disney, and Gina Carano gets a major role while associating herself with those very same people.”

Carano was previously accused of mocking trans people in September. After calls for the actress to put her pronouns in her bio in support of the trans community, she wrote “boop/bob/beep.”

Carano appeared in three episodes of season one of “The Mandalorian” and is back for season two. It’s unclear how involved Carano’s character will be in season two, but with the show now airing on a weekly basis, it may be far too late to remove Carano from the show even if Disney wanted to.

However, the actress could be written out of the show for season three if her character survives this season.


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