Disney claims to support female voices.  Its multi-billion dollar behemoth, Lucas Film, has a president (Kathleen Kennedy) who sports the feminist branding slogan “The Force is Female” on a consistent basis.  But, like most modern feminists, the words are just doublespeak to parasitize a good idea (female rights) with very bad disingenuous ones (globalism, anti-Americanism, critical race theory, etc.).

Hyper-Woke Disney LucasFilm President, Kathleen Kennedy sporting her “Force is Female” feminist t-shirt.

Disney has so much money and power, they do not care about losing money destroying their own un-woke products because they know China and globalist investors will cover the losses.

We recently reported on the endless allegations of pedophilia, shady, and anti-conservative actions and policies of the hollowed-out unamerican Disney Corporation.  It is beholden to globalism and the CCP for its billion dollar woke productions, which could not otherwise be funded.

Tweet by Disney producer, Jack Morrissey

We also reported on Disney’s policy of firing strong independent female voices while continuing to employ people who fantasize about throwing Trump supporter’s children into wood chippers.  This includes the petty banning of her action figures as well.  Ever the fighter, Carano did not apologize or take this egregious character and career assassination lying down like every other craven Hollywood elite seems to do.  Instead, she immediately signed a deal with Ben Shapiro’s new film studio to create better products that suit a positive Western perspective of the world.

Artist depiction of Gina Carano punching an allegedly communist mouse

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Now, Disney has attempted to extinguish real-life superhero, Gina Carano’s rising star in a wicked act of self-immolation as it bans an episode of its own TV show that featured the multi-year female MMA fighting champion.

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“Not content to simply remove any trace of her character from Star Wars, it appears that Disney has now decided that they will not air an upcoming episode of the [National Geographic] series Running Wild With Bear Grylls in which actress Gina Carano would have appeared as a guest star.”

FYI, Disney owns National Geographic and the episode was definitely filmed as Ms. Carano tweeted a photo of the experience back in January:

“Carano was first announced as a guest for the sixth season of Grylls’ latest reality show on February 11th, when the official Twitter account belonging to the popular survivalist tweeted an update regarding the series’ return published by What’s On Disney Plus, which included a list of celebrity guests who were planned to feature in their own respective episodes throughout the sixth season.”

However, according to episode guides for Running Wild’s sixth season recently uploaded by various websites ahead of the season’s March 29th premiere, Disney appears to have pulled the episode featuring Carano in its entirety.

The absence of Carano’s episode in the season’s lineup can be seen on episode guides hosted by TvMaze.

As of writing, in a silence reminiscent of how the company handled informing the actress of her dismissal, Disney has neither formally announced nor publicly commented on the removal of Carano’s episode

Carano had previously tweeted about her experience filming with Grylls on January 2nd. She shared a picture of herself with the survivalist and asserted, “One of the best experiences of my life & most definitely my 2020 was hanging out with this guy @beargrylls in the Dolomites.”


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