Shadow Banned Gina Carano Twitter. Apart from her now infamous meme comparing the Jews during the Holocaust to the U.S.

[ Shadow Banned? Gina Carano’s account limited by Twitter due to ‘sensitive content’ ]
Gina Carano’s social media posts have been the center of many controversies, and it eventually led to her high-profile firing from the Star Wars show, The Mandalorian.

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Apart from her now infamous meme comparing the Jews during the Holocaust to the U.S. political climate, Carano was also previously criticized for transphobic tweets, along with spreading misinformation and conspiracy theories about QAnon, the 2020 election, and COVID-19.

After being let go by Disney, Carano only ramped up on these type of social media posts, and looks to be enjoying being the face of this ‘rebellion’ against ‘cancel culture.’ Although this approach seems to have led to her Twitter account to be flagged for ‘sensitive content.’

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Shadow Banned? Gina Carano’s account limited by Twitter due to ‘sensitive content’

As of this writing, Carano’s account isn’t visible through Twitter’s search menu, but you can still visit the profile by typing her account name and going to the page directly. This warning also appears once you visit her profile:

People are asking us if we shadow ban. We do not. But let’s start with, ‘what is shadow banning?’

The best definition we found is this: deliberately making someone’s content undiscoverable to everyone except the person who posted it, unbeknownst to the original poster.

We do not shadow ban. You are always able to see the tweets from accounts you follow (although you may have to do more work to find them, like go directly to their profile). And we certainly don’t shadow ban based on political viewpoints or ideology.

Publisher: Bloody Elbow
Date: 2021-04-04T11:07:58-04:00
Author: Anton Tabuena
Twitter: @BloodyElbow
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Cancel Disney+ begins to trend after firing of Mandalorian actress Gina Carano

Disney has been accused of double standards following the firing of Gina Carano after it emerged Mandalorian co-star Pedro Pascal compared ICE administration centers to Nazi concentration camps.’

But it has since emerged that in 2018 actor Pascal shared an image of Germany 1944 and what he said was America 2018. He wrote: ‘#ThisisAmerica.’

Cancel Disney+ began to trend on Twitter shortly after Carano’s firing with many pointing to Pascal’s comments as evidence of the company’s hypocrisy when dealing with conservative stars.’

Publisher: Mail Online
Date: 2021-02-11T16:17:34+0000
Author: Lauren Fruen
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Gina Carano returns to ‘The Mandalorian’ and Twitter has mixed feelings: ‘I’m so mad’

But Carano hasn’t entirely abandoned Twitter. When ‘The Seige’ dropped on Disney+ overnight, she thanked Weathers for the ‘huge honor’ of acting alongside him in an episode he directed. The Rocky star replied in kind, writing, ‘You know I think you’re the bomb.’

A vocal segment of Star Wars fans followed Weathers’s lead, praising the actress for her screen presence and (mostly) leaving aside politics.

Had Carano not become such a divisive figure, it’s easy to see how ‘The Siege’ might have opened the door for a Cara Dune spin-off series. During the course of the episode, Din, Cara and Greef attack a lone Imperial base on Nevarro where scientists have been performing experimental transfusions with Baby Yoda’s blood. A hologram recording of one of those scientists pointedly refers to ‘M-count’ ‘ a likely reference to those Force-enabling ‘Midi-chlorians’ that Anakin Skywalker had coursing through his hemoglobin. The last shot of the episode suggests that Moff Gideon (Giancarlo Esposito) hopes to use the Child’s M-count rich blood to power a new group of super-soldiers.

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