Was Gina Carano's Firing Fair?

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Was equating her personal political beliefs to the holocaust something you would endorse if she were your personal employee? I doubt it.

February 18, 2021 at 10:35PM

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doman nelson
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Is it only ok when her male counterpart does the same thing without consequence? Stop being self righteous and admit it has to do with which side of the isle you stand on.

February 19, 2021 at 4:41AM

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Aaron Harper
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I'd be more concerned by the thought of even having to pose that question in the first place......on with the moral shutdown.....by those virtuous corporations.

Remember when we fought AGAINST the man?

When your opinion becomes a form of indentured servitude (which suits those corporate agendas even more than that 'morality' for the easily-led) then we're in far bigger trouble.

Let's instead have a rethink or a law which protects an individual from that corporate offence and excuse to then screw-folks via that scummily manipulative 'morality' (chosen by who?).........or at the very least simply separate the employee/employer twitter feeds.

February 19, 2021 at 8:08PM

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A new Black List is coming, this time for righthanded people. I disagree with Carano Trumpist views, they are ridiculous. But I disagree more with ther firing. That’s censorship and cancel culture. You don’t want that. It may turn sides against you.

February 21, 2021 at 3:27AM

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Javier Diez
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Said perfectly. “Cancel Culture” is nothing more than a modern day mob. They’re the same lunatics that would’ve walked down the streets with torches and pitchforks to burn the “witches”.

There’s a reason why we have a justice system. It’s to give everyone a fair judgment, which “cancel culture” is anything but...

February 21, 2021 at 5:00PM

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K W
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It's not censorship. It's free market. Today's climate has been rightfully hypersensitized, and extreme comments, especially with the wide open social media landscape, have consequences. Censorship by definition means she would not be allowed, by law, to state her opinions, and would receive legal penalties, including jail time, for stating them. That didn't happen. She basically broke a companies employee standards, which you do promise to uphold when you sign a contract. It's like you work for a store that has a dress code, and you come in wearing a bearskin rug and no pants. They have a right to fire you for that.

February 23, 2021 at 8:40AM

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Anthony Wood
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Anybody with a shred of common sense knows her firing wasn't fair. This shouldn't even be a question people are asking.

Gina is a strong, independent woman with a brain of her own, and Disney didn't like that. They pretend to support women, when in reality they only want people who comply to their outrageous, unfair demands.

#CancelCancelCulture

February 21, 2021 at 9:00PM

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