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Gina Carano Shares Anti-Media Meme to Social Media

Published on November 25th, 2021 | Updated on November 25th, 2021 | By FanFest

Former Mandalorian star Gina Carano took to one of her favorite platforms to share another attention-grabbing meme.

Ever since she was fired from Disney for comparing being persecuted for political views to being a Jewish person during Nazi rule, Carano has managed to stay on the fringes of the limelight by regularly championing right-wing causes on her social media pages.

The latest meme she shared shows a hooded figure with the words “Who is more dangerous?” Take a look below.

The idea that there’s a “corrupt moral authority” is a theme that shows up time after time on Carano’s timeline.

Most of her tweets are posts about COVID-19 conspiracies or how vaccines don’t work. The posts are always popular and she’s parlayed her cancellation into movie deals, albeit low-budget ones.

Carano recently wrapped Terror on the Prairie, a movie financed by right-wing media group The Daily Wire. The movie releases in the Spring of 2022 and won’t see a theater, but instead can be streamed on exclusively to members of the site.

Her next project is the movie My Son Hunter, about US president Joe Biden’s son. Producers said the movie will tell the “real” story of Hunter Biden’s life.

“The media, big tech, and the establishment worked overtime to cover up the truth about the Biden Family Corruption. In My Son Hunter, we tell the story of the Biden Family Corruption through the eyes of Hunter Biden. You will be shocked by what you see on screen. You may think you know the story, but the truth is more damning than you could ever imagine!”

Carano really doesn’t like the media. On Nov. 22 she tweeted out a picture of a helicopter obscuring the truth by stirring up dust.

Is Gina Carano spot on or is she just playing to the only base she has left? Tell us in the comments!

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