Gina Carano is scheduled to appear at EXPO Denver FAN this summer and one newspaper wasn’t happy about it.
The weekly alternative news is not quite the opposite as one might expect. Many cities have similar publications that explore culture, local news, etc., and they often share extremely progressive views.
Denver’s version often cooled the heat on issues of instability rather than promoting liberal arguments. For example, its conservative radio coverage is often better than Colorado’s mainstream media.
The Publication’s fury against Caranosadly, is an exception.
Notorious Carano fired from Disney last year after a post called for sympathy for the right souls of the center. She did so with a Nazi analogy, which has misled some. She quickly deleted the missive, just admitting it.
Disney, eager to fire her for previous right-wing Tweets, used the incident to sever ties with the star. However, the Far Left studio omitted Carano’s co-star, Pedro Pascal, who had previously sent a much more terrible message from the Nazis from his Twitter account.
As radio host and blogger Erick Erickson pointed out Thursday morning, “The Mandalorian” star Pedro Pascal had a still-active tweet from 2018, captioned it “#ThisIsAmerica” and a photo collage. of Jews held in concentration camps in prison clothes with what appeared to be illegal foreign children held behind bars on the southern border of the United States (a fact largely started by then-President Barack Obama). Naturally, Carano was fired for her deleted post, but Pascal will keep his perch.
The Daily Wire reached out to Carano after she was unfairly fired, and the fruits of that relationship can be seen this summer via “Terror on the Prairie.”
Westword still wants to extend Carano’s pop culture cancellation. Its desperate description of her “sin” is galloping for lack of detail.
Why? To be blunt is one thing; Ignorance is completely different. When it comes to Carano’s posts, it’s not a matter of “Agree or disagree.” Earlier this year, she tweeted an argument comparing Nazi killing of Jews to “hating someone for their political views”. She has been credited with being a Trump advocate, even supporting his completely discredited election fraud story. She posted anti-mask and anti-vax propaganda during the pandemic. She mocks the use of gender pronouns, calling her “beep/bop/boop.” She believes the invasion of Ukraine was due to the “COVID narrative.”
Why didn’t Westword quote Carano’s messages directly? Because it will show they are not malicious as described. The scribe hopes to trick readers who don’t want to do their own research.
Will Westword ask Ron Perlman to love the canceled popular “Hellboy” genre? He’s one of the more progressive stars on social media, but he’s never had a problem professionally because Poisonous tweets. Probably not, since he rages from a progressive point of view.
This is where Westword proceeds to destroy the Culture of Cancellation.
First, the publication tries to bully other Fans EXPO attendees to help cancel Carano.
You have to wonder what these legends are – including Ming-Na Wen (Fennec Shand), Carl Weathers (Greef Carga), Katee Sackhoff (Bo-Katan Kryze), Ashley Eckstein (Ahsoka Tano) and even Anthony Daniels (C-3PO) – think about it. This is similar to your boss inviting the guy your HR fired for sexual harassment to work with.
Obviously they won’t have much luck with Weathers.
– Carl Weathers (@TheCarlWeathers) April 17, 2022
Next, we got the compulsive request “Pressure the Fan EXPO by asking them to respond to our press request,” a favorite tactic in modern journalism.
We have repeatedly contacted FAN EXPO HQ for comments but have not yet received a response.
Why don’t they let us bully them!
This isn’t the first attempt to cancel Carano’s appearance with Denver. Popular Culture Classroom far left try something similar months ago when news of the star’s arrival first spread. The team behind the group clearly hope their actions will cause FAN EXPO DENVER to reconsider their decision.
Carano’s history is no secret. The thoughts behind the event have clearly taken into consideration her celebrity status and resisted false attacks directed at her.
They chose to invite her equally.
However, it’s only a matter of time, before other news outlets follow Westword’s playbook.
FAN EXPO DENVER takes place July 1-3 at the Colorado Convention Center.