Gina Carano Takes Over Google Trends, Reveals Why She Made Post
At the beginning of the month, Disney made the decision to fire Gina Carano who is a conservative actress and critics twisted the meaning of her posts which then led to her being cancelled. Carano appeared on the Disney+ show ‘The Mandalorian’ and after the online posts and criticism led to Disney firing her. She posted a screenshot to compare the current political situation to show how divided the U.S. with the way Nazi Germany was.
Her post read, “Jews were beaten in the streets, not by Nazi soldiers but by their neighbors…even by children.”
The post continued, “Because history is edited, most people today don’t realize that to get to the point where Nazi soldiers could easily round up thousands of Jews, the government first made their own neighbors hate them simply for being Jews. How is that any different from hating someone for their political views?”
After the news broke of Disney+ firing the conservative actress, she was trending all over the media from the news to all social media platforms. More news appeared to trend when Daily Wire announced they’re going to produce and star Carano in an upcoming film.
Daily Wire wrote, “Two days after Gina Carano was reportedly axed by Disney ‘in what critics alleged was a politically- motivated hit,’ The Daily Wire announced they will be partnering with the former Mandalorian actress, who will ‘produce and star in an upcoming film.”
It was also reported by Daily Wire on these trends, “Between the period of February 7 to February 13 — with Carano being fired on February 10th and announcing her partnership with The Daily Wire on February 12th — Google Trends indicated that interest in Gina Carano beat out The Mandalorian, with searches for Carano occurring more than three times as often as the Disney+ show.”
DW found the same with Disney and how searching for Carano occurred 80% more often and Wandavision was beat by Carano by over 20%.
Daily Wire posted the full video interview to their YouTube.
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