When actress Gina Carano was unceremoniously fired from The Mandalorian fans were outright furious. The actress co-starred as the galactic mercenary Cara Dune and was a fan favorite of the series. Gina was fired shortly after making a tweet about how people turn on each other like people turned on the Jewish citizens living in Nazi Germany.
Many suspected that she was “let go” due to her political leanings as the actress is a known conservative. Yet it is quite hypocritical when other Lucasfilm actors say things that can be taken the wrong way, but because they “lean in the right direction” they get ignored.
Since then the actress has teamed up with Ben Shapiro’s Daily Wire and starred in Terror on the Prairie earlier this year. Now she has another film, a political drama called My Son Hunter, set to release September 7th.
However, just ahead of the film’s release something very surprising occurred. On the evening of Friday, September 2nd, some fans noticed that the actress’ Twitter Account, an account with over 1 Million followers, was completely erased from the platform.
The account’s deletion was very sudden and without warning. The timing of the deletion is somewhat questionable as the film My Son Hunter, a political drama about the supposed corruption of Hunter Biden, son of current U.S. President Joe Biden, is set to release next week.
Recently she has been posting the following:
No official reason has been given for her disappearance on Twitter. Gina’s last tweet from four days ago was a picture of text reading “The people who shut down your businesses and killed your careers are now asking that you re-elect them so they can keep their jobs.” with the added comment “Vote them out… with a vengeance.“
It is true that Gina or someone from her team could have deleted the account, but it’s highly unlikely.
Her Instagram account with 1.9 Million followers is still active.
What do you think lead to her account being deleted? Was it politically motivated?
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