Gina Carano Won’t Be Canceled

Actress Gina Carano poses in Beverly Hills, Calif., January 7, 2012. (Danny Moloshok/Reuters)
The former Disney star hopes to turn being fired into a golden opportunity. 

NRPLUS MEMBER ARTICLE ‘T hey can’t cancel us if we don’t let them,” said actress Gina Carano after being fired by Disney. Just days later, the 38-year-old former mixed-martial artist, and former Mandalorian star, announced a new project: a film starring and produced by herself in conjunction with Ben Shapiro’s recently launched film venture at the Daily Wire.  

To recap, allegedly fired for “anti-Semitism,” it would be more accurate to say that Carano was fired for tweets and comments she made that had identified her as a conservative. The specific offense (and pretext for her firing) was a rather underwhelming instance of Godwin’s law

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