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Gina Carano Learned She Had Been Fired From “The Mandalorian” On Social Media

Former New York Times opinion writer Bari Weiss took time out of her busy schedule of complaining about “cancel culture” (she’s one of the people who signed that open letter published in Harper’s last summer) to complain about cancel culture, posting a defense of Gina Carano against charges of antisemitism. As such, Bari spoke to Gina to ask her what she really meant when she posted those Nazi comparison memes (among other “abhorrent and unacceptable” things) that got her fired from Disney’s Star Wars series The Mandalorian. Since we already know Gina’s a disingenuous dumbass, I won’t bore you with her explanation about that, but we did learn that Gina only found out she’d been fired by Lucasfilms ”through social media, like everyone else,” which is objectively hilarious. You live by the tweet, you die by the tweet.

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