(Big League Politics) – Far-left actor Pedro Pascal was thoroughly ratioed on Twitter over the weekend, after the Game of Thrones and The Mandalorian actor tweeted praise for convicted pedophile Joseph Rosenbaum and ANTIFA militant Anthony Huber.
Pascal falsely claimed that the two men had been murdered by Illinois youth Kyle Rittenhouse. In reality, both men were shot and killed in an act of self defense, with the convicted child rapist spearheading an attack on the 17-year old Rittenhouse. A Kenosha County trial found Rittenhouse not guilty of all charges last week.
Joseph Rosenbaum, 36, and Anthony Huber, 27, murdered August 25th, 2020. Rest In Peace. pic.twitter.com/TzhmWyZJeB
— Pedro Pascal he/him (@PedroPascal1) November 20, 2021
It’s somewhat notable that Mr. Pascal finds it necessary to stand up for two violent men-both with a bevvy of criminal convictions- yet he couldn’t spare a peep for his Mandalorian co-star Gina Carano. Carano, an MMA fighter and actress, was fired from the show after posting several off-color memes on her Instagram criticizing coronavirus fascism and a rising culture of total obedience to government officials such as Anthony Fauci in the United States.
Comedian and actor Bill Burr, also a cast member on the show, had attacked Disney for caving to a politically correct mob and terminating Carano. It appears that the firing of the Carano may have involved Pascal, with the Chilean actor making it increasingly clear he aligns with fanatical authoritarian leftism.
Pascal was decisively ratioed for the lip service of the pedophile, with nearly 20,000 Twitter users chiming in to rebuke him. The tweet was intended as a criticism of the Kyle Rittenhouse verdicy, with the far-left actor joining a lynch mob of establishment progressives who wanted to railroad Rittenhouse into a life sentence for self-defense.
This far-left actor repudiates the values of freedom-loving Americans. Sadly, it appears the creators of The Mandalorian simply don’t want conservatives who believe in free speech and the right of self-defense to watch the show.