Marvel Studios’ She-Hulk writer Dana Schwartz compared Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker to Coronavirus.

In a now deleted tweet, Schwartz wrote, “COVID-19 is going to be like Rise of Skywalker. It’s a nightmare. It’s going to be a struggle.”

She then added, “But then we’re going to get to come out the other side and pretend it never happened.”

In a subsequent tweet, Schwartz added, “Also, we’re not going to be able to fully grasp what went done (sp?) without reading a ton of extra literature.”

Schwartz is quickly becoming notorious, not for her actual writing talent, but her horrendous use of social media.

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She first gained notoriety in an attempt to cancel South Park, although she denies that was her original intent.

In regards to South Park she stated, “In retrospect, it seems impossible to overstate the cultural damage done by SOUTH PARK, the show that portrayed earnestness as the only sin and taught that mockery is the ultimate inoculation against all criticism.”

She would elaborate on that opinion by blaming a “generation of boys.”

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More recently, Schwartz claims that “fan gatekeeping is a profoundly toxic subculture.”

What do you make of Schwartz’s recent comments regarding coronavirus and Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker?