Fired THE MANDALORIAN Star Gina Carano Shares Bizarre Anti-Kathleen Kennedy Tirade Following SOUTH PARK Parody

In South Park: Joining the Panderverse, Trey Parker and Matt Stone once again set their sights on Disney and, more specifically, Lucasfilm President Kathleen Kennedy. 

Exploring the idea of “forced wokeness” in Hollywood movies, the duo eviscerates those on both sides of the debate, pointing out the hypocrisy in a way only South Park can. The special goes all-in on Kennedy, though, no real shock after the way the show reacted to Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull in the late 2000s (with scenes depicting George Lucas and Steven Spielberg quite literally raping Indy, an analogy for people saying their “childhoods” had been raped).

Someone who particularly enjoyed this depiction of Kennedy is ousted The Mandalorian star Gina Carano. 

She was fired in February 2021 after repeated social media posts which saw her share conspiracy theories about the pandemic, and even compare the reaction to her being a Republican to what the Jewish people suffered in Nazi Germany. People have also deemed the former MMA fighter to be anti-trans based on various remarks.

Since then, Carano has doubled down on what many argue are far-right beliefs, essentially ending her mainstream acting career (she’s largely been relegated to low-budget conservative fare, with one project earning $804 at the box office). 

In a rant posted by Bleeding Cool, the former Cara Dune doubles down on her hatred for Kennedy, sharing a belief the executive will now enact some sort of revenge plot to take down South Park, the same way she was also, in her mind, victimised. Ironically, she misses the point that this episode was, as well as poking fun at Kennedy, skewering people like her.

“This is the part where KK demands any YouTubers get censored off of YouTube for sharing and laughing at this hilarious episode, she’ll have YouTube disable the thumbs down option because of the ratio she’ll receive, then she’ll have her publicist ghouls make sure Variety and Hollywood Reporter run hit pieces about the South Park creators and their families smearing their names through every useful idiot she has under her thumb who would sell their soul to work for Lucas film, she’ll activate her online mob to repeat that the South Park creators are racist, bigot, transphobes, and demand the South Park creators publicly apologize by only using words she approves of and finally she’ll demand they subject themselves to a re-education course of 45 people in the lbgtq community zoom call to sit there and listen of how badly they got their feelings hurt all over a little boop of a South Park episode. But maybe just maybe the jig is up.”

Carano ended her career, so to blame Kennedy to this extent feels a little strange. She has, however, played the victim from the start, claiming to have been “bullied’ out of Hollywood for her views, so her sharing another conspiracy theory isn’t a surprise. 

While the actress is obviously entitled to her own beliefs and political opinions, comparing a few mean Tweets about her political beliefs to mass genocide…well, it’s hardly a surprise no one wants to work with her these days. 

You can check out Carano’s latest Star Wars comments, along with that South Park clip, below.