A new rumor claims that Disney purposefully chose to mark many of its beloved films and TV shows as offensive in order to prevent backlash from far left activists on Twitter.
The current wave of backlash against Disney and Lucasfilm is now being seen in comments sections across Star Wars’ official YouTube channel.
Disney and Lucasfilm fired Gina Carano purely for political reasons as they still employ multiple people who have said much more hateful things on social media.
Fan reactions toward the premiere of Krystina Arielle’s Star Wars: The High Republic show have been lukewarm at best.
Rooster Teeth and Gizmodo staffer Charles Pulliam recently accused Star Wars fans of engaging in “bigoted dogpiling.”
Writer Brian Richards, who writes for pop culture website Pajiba, recently penned an article where he claimed that OANN reporter Jack Posobiec deserves to be tortured via fire ants.
Justified creator Jon Del Arroz recently claimed that Disney and Lucasfilm’s marketing strategy for Star Wars: The High Republic is calling fans racist.
Star Wars host Krystina Arielle still has not addressed her tweets describing white people as racist. However, she did take to social media to share a number of alleged hateful comments directed at her.
Andy Signore has been threatened with castration for questioning Star Wars’ hypocrisy on bullying, especially concerning Gina Carano.
Bounding Into Comics has come under fire from false accusations and false reports for our reporting of Krystina Arielle’s tweets.