The Mandalorian’s Gina Carano Compares COVID Vaccination to Harvey Weinstein Scandal

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Gina Carano has been drawing major flak over the last couple of months for her questionable opinions on social media regarding socio-political issues. Her uncontrollable behavior on the internet which has rubbed countless people the wrong way eventually became the final nail in her Star Wars career's coffin with Disney left without a choice but to fire her and terminate her Lucasfilm contract.


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With her Hollywood career being jeopardized, you would think that Carano would tone down a bit when it comes to airing her opinions on social media but turns out, she's never going to stop and if anything, the incident only made her more vocal about her personal views and feelings.

Carano has been a strong skeptic of the COVID-19 vaccine movement and for well over a year now, she has continuously mocked the effectiveness of the said vaccines despite scientific proof that they actually work. Now, Carano is once again making a stance regarding the matter and this time around, she may have gone way overboard.

On Twitter, the former mixed martial arts fighter posted a meme throwing shade at US President Joe Biden's COVID-19 vaccine mandate and comparing it to American producer and former Miramax chief Harvey Weinstein's sexual harassment cases. Inspired by the Spider-Man pointing meme, the image says: "You must put this thing in your body or lose your jobs", taking a jab at both Biden and Weinstein.


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I'm a firm believer that everyone is entitled to their own opinions but I gotta tell you, Carano is definitely taking things way too far. I was hoping she'd be more responsible with using the platform she was given following her firing but the complete opposite is happening.

Meanwhile, The Mandalorian Season 3 has reportedly begun filming.