Disney counters Gina Carano's 'Mandalorian' termination lawsuit: The Disney had enough

Carano’s decision to publicly trivialize the Holocaust by comparing criticism of political conservatives to the annihilation of millions of Jewish people —  

notably, not 'thousands' — was the final straw for Disney," according to the request to fire the employee. "Disney had enough."  

On the same day that Carano published the post regarding the Holocaust, Disney made the announcement that it was terminating her employment  

due to the use of language that was "abhorrent and unacceptable" for individuals who come from a variety of cultural and religious backgrounds.  

A creative production organization is entitled to broad deference in deciding which performers to engage in order to express its artistic messages, just as a newspaper is entitled to broad respect in choosing which writers to hire in order to express its editorial opinions. This is the argument that the corporation made in its motion  

"As Carano’s own fame rose with her character’s, Carano began engaging with show fans and the public in a manner tha  

in Disney’s view, came to distract from and undermine Disney’s own expressive efforts," according to the business statement.

The complaint that Carano filed asserted that she was terminated from her position because she had taken a stand against a "online bully mob who demanded her compliance with their extreme progressive ideology."  

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