Feb 272021

Portsmouth FC 2020/2021

H League 1
Portsmouth 1
Gillingham 1



Pompey dropped more League One points at Fratton Park after being held to a draw by mid-table Gillingham.

They forged ahead through Sean Raggett’s header, only for some sloppy defending to gift Vadaine Oliver a leveller before the interval.

Both sides had chances to secure victory, but failure to take them was – taking into account the sides’ respective positions in the table – more costly for the hosts.

Kenny Jackett made one enforced change from the side that won at in-form Oxford earlier in the week.

Callum Johnson missed out with a calf injury, so Haji Mnoga came in for just his second league start for the club.

It meant that Ronan Curtis continued to be used as a striker, partnering Ellis Harrison in a 4-4-2 system.

There was a familiar face in the opposition line-up, with former Fratton loanee Stuart O’Keefe starting for the Gills, while John Akinde was named among the substitutes.

It did not take long for the game to explode into life, with the hosts going close to breaking the deadlock after breaking quickly up the pitch from a corner.

Andy Cannon and Harvey White combined to find Curtis and he slipped a pass across to Marcus Harness, whose effort came back off the post.

Harness then tried to convert a dangerous Curtis delivery from wide on the left, but could only hook the ball over.

It was not all one-way traffic, though, and Craig MacGillivray did well to adjust his body and save when Connor Ogilvie’s header deflected off Curtis.

There were appeals for a penalty at the other end after Raggett and Rasmus Nicolaisen both tried to attack a corner.

Neither could make a clean connection, though, with the ball bouncing up and striking the arm of Tom O’Connor, but referee Tim Robinson decided any contact was accidental.

Pompey were looking the more likely side to open the scoring and Jack Bonham got down to save after Harrison met White’s cross.

The duo reversed roles a few minutes later and this time a well-struck effort from White was again kept out by the Gills keeper.

And the Blues did finally make the breakthrough on 32 minutes, as Harness skinned Ogilvie and sent the ball into the box.

RAGGETT timed his run to perfection, racing into the centre to stoop and send a header past the helpless Bonham.

But Gillingham hit back to draw level before the break – and it was a poor goal for the hosts to concede.

Lee Brown tried to chest the ball back to MacGillivray, but his touch was not strong enough, allowing Oliver to nip in and score.

There was still time for both sides to carve open another great opportunity before the whistle below.

Curtis showed a neat touch to bring the ball down inside the box and drill in a low shot that was again kept out by the impressive Bonham.

And MacGillivray then kept out a thunderous Olly Lee effort moments later, with Raggett on hand to do the mopping up.

Half Time

Portsmouth 1

Gillingham 1

Pompey came tearing out of the blocks and Jack Tucker made a key interception when Harrison tried to play a cute pass through to Curtis.

Head physio Bobby Bacic was then kept busy, having to enter the pitch to treat Harrison and Nicolaisen in quick succession following collisions.

Pompey had the ball in the back of the net just before the hour mark, when Brown beat Jordan Graham and squared for Harrison to slot home.

But the hosts were furious that Robinson decided the left-back had fouled his man and awarded a free-kick.

That was the last touch of the ball for Harrison, with Jackett deciding to replace him up front with John Marquis.

The Blues were trying to force their way through and an effort from White was pushed behind by Bonham.

Then, from the resulting corner, the keeper beat away Tom Naylor’s angled header, with the loose ball not landing for Raggett at the back stick.

But the hosts had fallen a bit flat as the action progressed and were looking for an attacking spark to get them back on track.

Instead it was their opponents who might have scored on 78 minutes, with Oliver unable to keep his header down from a Graham cross.

A second switch soon followed for Pompey, with Ryan Williams adding some fresh legs in place of Curtis.

And after Mnoga was booked for a clumsy challenge on Ogilvie, Jackett also decided to swap the teenager for Jack Whatmough.

There were half-chances for Tom O’Connor and Kyle Dempsey, as Gillingham tried to snatch a late winner.

The best fell to Akinde deep into stoppage-time, with the striker racing through as Pompey committed men forward, only for MacGillivray to come off his line and make a key save.

Pompey (4-4-2): MacGillivray; Mnoga (Whatmough 85), Raggett, Nicolaisen, Brown; Harness, Naylor (c), Cannon, White; Curtis (Williams 79), Harrison (Marquis 59)
Goals: Raggett 32
Booked: Mnoga
Subs not used: Ward, Daniels, Byers, Hiwula

Gillingham (4-4-2): Bonham; Jackson, Cundy, Tucker, Ogilvie; Graham, Dempsey (c), O’Keefe, O’Connor; Lee (Akinde 73), Oliver
Goals: Oliver 40
Booked: O’Keefe
Subs not used: Bastien, McKenzie, Morton, Johnson, Woods, Willock

Referee: Tim Robinson

Feb 272021

Portsmouth FC Transfers Career Stats

Alex Bass

(Loan : Portsmouth – Southend United)

Alex Bass has joined Southend on a seven-day emergency loan deal.

The Shrimpers are allowed to make the signing outside of the transfer window because of an injury to their regular keeper Mark Oxley.

Mark Molesley’s side have bounced back from a poor start to the season to climb out of the League Two drop zone and won 3-1 at promotion-chasing Forest Green earlier in the week.

The move gives Bass a chance of spending time out on the pitch again after recovering from a stress fracture in his leg.

Feb 272021

Celebrity Milana Vayntrub

Milana Vayntrub


8 March 1987

Tashkent, Uzbekistan

She came to prominence for her appearances in AT&T television commercials as saleswoman Lily Adams from 2013 to 2016 and since 2020. In addition to her commercial appearances, she was a series regular on Other Space (2015) and had a recurring role on This Is Us (2016–2017). Vayntrub has also voiced Squirrel Girl in the Marvel Rising franchise after being cast as the character in the unaired television pilot, New Warriors, based on the comics team of the same name.

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Feb 262021

In a shocking turn of events, the British Supreme Court has ruled that the poor innocent teen Shamima Begum cannot return to the UK to fight her case.

Well, that would be the opinion of many on the left who would like to paint her as a victim. The reality is she knew damn well what she was heading into and the carnage and slaughter inflicted on others by ISIS did not bother her one bit, well not until ISIS started losing.

I will admit I was surprised as UK Courts seem to make a habit of defending terrorists over their own innocent civilians and maybe the benefit of Brexit will be no CJEU for her to go running to.

Let the bitch rot.

Feb 232021

Portsmouth FC 2020/2021

H League 1
Oxford United 0
Portsmouth 1



Harvey White was on target as Pompey impressively returned to winning ways by beating in-form Oxford.

They looked in control for long periods at the Kassam Stadium and the only question was whether they could make a breakthrough.

But it arrived early in the second half, with White converting a Callum Johnson delivery for his first Blues goal.

And Craig MacGillivray was relatively untroubled until right at the end, with the keeper making three excellent stops to ensure the points would be heading back to the south coast.

There were three changes from the side that were beaten by Blackpool on home soil at the weekend.

White came in for his first start since arriving on loan from Tottenham in January, while there were returns for Lee Brown and Ellis Harrison.

Ryan Williams, Charlie Daniels and John Marquis were the men to make way, with the trio dropping to the bench.

Ronan Curtis, meanwhile, moved to a central attacking role alongside Harrison, as White took up position on the left.

The visitors started brightly and a long MacGillivray clearance caused problems before the ball eventually ricocheted into Harrison’s path.

But United keeper Jack Stevens was alert to the danger, tearing quickly off his line to make a vital stop.

There were not an abundance of opportunities at either end, though, with half-chances the order of the first period.

Sean Raggett and Johnson made important blocks in quick succession, while a fierce James Henry strike was beaten away by MacGillivray.

But it was Pompey looking more likely to break the deadlock as the interval approached, courtesy of some neat passing.

A stretching Curtis could not quite get enough on Johnson’s dangerous delivery to properly test Stevens.

Andy Cannon then saw an effort deflected wide following some impressive work from the lively White to win back possession.

Half Time

Oxford Untied 0

Portsmouth 0

The second half was not even three minutes old when the Blues broke the deadlock, with WHITE opening his account for the club.

He raced between a couple of defenders to guide home a fine header after Johnson had delivered a first time cross from the right.

Oxford tried to hit back immediately, although Elliot Lee’s free-kick flew safely into the arms of MacGillivray.

Pompey were not content to sit on their lead, however, and Harrison had a shot blocked before Cannon’s volley was dealt with by Stevens.

The visitors made their first change just past the hour mark, as Williams replaces Marcus Harness wide on the right.

And the newcomer was involved in a neat passage of passing play soon after coming on, ending with him not quite able to sneak a shot inside Stevens’ post.

United went close to levelling on 74 minutes, with MacGillivray off his line to deny Olamide Shodipo, but unable to hold onto the ball.

Sam Winnall looked to capitalise, only for the quick-thinking Raggett to get there first and hack the ball to safety.

A second switch immediately followed, as Marquis came on for Curtis to offer the visitors some fresh legs up front.

He soon saw an angled effort kept out by Stevens, just moments after White had benefitted from good work by Williams and had a shot blocked.

Jordy Hiwula then replaced Harrison for the closing stages, as the Blues appeared to be seeing the contest out with relative ease.

But a late flurry of Oxford chances almost brought an equaliser, with MacGillivray coming to the rescue on each occasion.

He beat away a thunderous Anthony Forde shot, tore off his line to deny Shodipo and then tipped over an Elliott More header right at the death.

Oxford (4-1-4-1): Stevens; Long, Moore (c), Atkinson (Forde 84), Ruffels; Brannagan; Lee (Barker 65), Henry (Taylor 75), Sykes (Gorrin 65), Shodipo; Winnall
Booked: Brannagan
Subs not used: Eastwood, Grayson, Kelly

Pompey (4-4-2): MacGillivray; Johnson, Raggett, Nicolaisen, Brown; Harness (Williams 63), Naylor (c), Cannon, White; Harrison (Hiwula 86), Curtis (Marquis 75)
Goals: White 48
Booked: Curtis, Harness
Subs not used: Ward, Whatmough, Daniels, Byers

Referee: Graham Salisbury

Feb 212021

Celebrity Zendaya Coleman

Zendaya Coleman


1 September 1996

Oakland, California, USA

She began her career as a child model and backup dancer, before gaining prominence for her role as Rocky Blue on the Disney Channel sitcom Shake It Up (2010–2013).

In 2013, Zendaya was a contestant on the sixteenth season of the competition series Dancing with the Stars. From 2015 to 2018, she produced and starred as the titular spy, K.C. Cooper, in the sitcom K.C. Undercover. Her performance as a teenager struggling with drug addiction in the HBO drama series Euphoria (2019–present) led her to become the youngest winner of the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Drama Series. Her film roles include supporting parts in the musical drama The Greatest Showman (2017) and the superhero film Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017) and its sequel, Spider-Man: Far from Home (2019).

Zendaya began her career in music by recording songs independently and releasing the singles “Swag It Out” and “Watch Me” in 2011, the latter a collaboration with Bella Thorne. She signed with Hollywood Records in 2012 and later released her debut single, “Replay”, which reached number 40 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in the United States. In 2013, her self-titled debut studio album debuted at No. 51 on the Billboard 200 chart. “Rewrite the Stars”, taken from the soundtrack to The Greatest Showman, was released as a single in 2018. It reached the top twenty of the United Kingdom and Australian national charts and was certified double platinum in the United States, the United Kingdom and Australia.


Feb 202021

Portsmouth FC 2020/2021

H League 1
Portsmouth 0
Blackpool 1



Pompey were caught by a late sucker punch, as Blackpool claimed all three points in a dull contest at Fratton Park.

The hosts controlled possession, but aside from a Rasmus Nicolaisen effort that was cleared from the line, rarely threatened to score.

It was equally uneventful at the other end of the pitch, but Jerry Yates found the target in the closing stages to ensure the Blues’ promotion bid stuttered again.

There were two changes from the side that were beaten on the road against Bristol Rovers earlier in the week.

Marcus Harness and Nicolaisen both came into the starting line-up, with George Byers dropping to the bench and James Bolton missing out with a knock.

Much like the reverse fixture earlier in the season, the first half was extremely short on clear-cut opportunities.

But there was almost an early opener for the visitors after Craig MacGillivray got down to parry clear Ellis Simms’ angled drive.

The ball ran did not run safe, though, and with Yates about to tuck it away, Charlie Daniels slid in to make a crucial block.

Nicolaisen then tried to reach a corner from the left-back at the other end of the pitch, but was only able to nod wide.

The visitors were unhappy with some of the decisions from the referee, with Luke Garbutt particularly aggrieved to be shown a yellow card following a late challenge on Ronan Curtis.

Pompey were growing into the contest and were left wondering how they failed to take the lead on 29 minutes.

Curtis swung a free-kick into the box from wide on the right and Harness’ first time effort was blocked by Garbutt.

But he was able to collect the loose ball and tee-up Nicolaisen, whose goal-bound effort was cleared from the line by James Husband.

It was the Blues looking the more likely to break the deadlock as the interval approached, although the final pass was lacking.

Sean Raggett was not quite able to make a clean contact with an ambitious over-head effort, while a dangerous Ryan Williams delivery would not land for a team-mate.

Half Time

Portsmouth 0

Blackpool 0

The game failed to explode into life after the restart, with Pompey seeing plenty of the ball, but unable to break through the Blackpool back-line.

Neither side were providing much of an attacking threat, with the underworked keepers probably glad that it was a fairly mild February afternoon.

The first change arrived just past the hour mark, with Byers on for Harness to provide the hosts with some fresh impetus.

Curtis sent a decent cross into the box soon after, but it was Husband who got there first to head clear.

But for all of the possession the Blues were having, they were not able to find a path through to Maxwell’s goal.

A double switch arrived in an attempt to change that on 77 minutes, with John Marquis and Williams replaced by Ellis Harrison and Jordy Hiwula.

Blackpool had not caused any problems, but launched a quick break moments later and MacGillivray dived to his right to parry clear Elliot Embleton’s curler.

The danger was not over, however, and the keeper recovered swiftly to also repel the follow-up attempt from Garbutt.

But he could not stop Yates from breaking the deadlock on 82 minutes, with the striker running half the length of the pitch, side-stepping a challenge and drilling a shot into the bottom corner.

Blackpool tried to use up as much time as possible as the seconds ticked down and Pompey were unable to find an equaliser.

Pompey (4-4-1-1): MacGillivray; Johnson, Raggett, Nicolaisen, Daniels; Curtis, Naylor (c), Cannon, Harness (Byers 61); Williams (Hiwula 77); Marquis (Harrison 77)
Booked: Cannon, Curtis
Subs not used: Ward, Whatmough, Brown, White

Blackpool (4-4-2): Maxwell (c); Gabriel, Ballard, Husband, Garbutt; Ward (Virtue 85), Stewart, Dougall, Kaikai (Embleton 75); Simms (Mitchell 46), Yates
Goals: Yates 82
Booked: Garbutt, Simms, Gabriel
Subs not used: Sims, Turton, Thorniley, Lubala

Referee: Sam Allison

Feb 172021

Well, it has been a long time coming but bar any last-minute hitches the new owners of H+S Aviation will be Standard Aero.

Must be a couple of years ago now that Signature Aviation (parent company of H+S Aviation) announced the intention to sell of its Global Engine Services (GES) arm which included us, Dallas Airmotive and IGS. Rumours were abundant as to who would be buying us and the name Standard Aero never far from the top of that list but then just before Christmas we heard that Signature Aviation as a whole was on the verge of being bought out and at the time GIP and Blackstones were in a bidding war and later merged to make a joint offer.

At the time we thought that was the end of the attempt to sell us off but this morning we hear the deal has been done to sell GES to Standard Aero.

We are not sure where that leaves us in the long terms Standard Aero own a large area of land in Gosport on what use to be Fleetlands.

Unemployment may be on the horizon.

Feb 162021

Portsmouth FC 2020/2021

A League 1
Bristol Rovers 3
Portsmouth 1



Pompey slipped to just a second league defeat of the season on the road, with a poor performance costing them at struggling Bristol Rovers.

Another good away result seemed to be on the cards when John Marquis slotted the visitors into the lead during the first half.

But they were undone by some sloppy play, with ex-Hawks striker Jonah Ayunga scoring a brace to turn the contest around by the interval.

The Blues tried to hit back once the action restarted, only for a Luke Leahy penalty to increase the Pirates’ advantage.

Substitute Marcus Harness hit the post late on, but unlike against Plymouth earlier this month, there was to be no late comeback, with a Marquis spot-kick saved at the death.

Kenny Jackett – watching the action remotely – made one change from the side that beat Swindon on home soil the previous week.

On-loan Swansea midfielder George Byers was handed his first start for the club in a 4-3-3 system, as Harness dropped to the bench.

A couple of set-pieces caused problems for the hosts in the opening stages, although Sean Raggett was unable to turn Ronan Curtis deliveries on target.

And Luke McCormick went close to breaking the deadlock at the other end, with Craig MacGillivray getting down well to keep out the midfielder’s effort and then dive on the loose ball.

There was another opportunity for the Pirates when Brandon Hanlon found space to meet Leahy’s delivery, only to guide his header into the keeper’s arms.

Pompey almost scored midway through the first half, although it would have been a controversial goal.

Referee Christopher Sarginson got in Rovers’ way when the visitors launched a quick counter-attack and Byers slipped a neat pass through to Curtis.

He crossed the ball into the box from the right, with Marquis heading the ball into the turf before it bounced up, struck the post and was hacked from the line by Alfie Kilgour.

But the Blues were ahead just a few moments later, with another intelligent Byers pass finding Williams, who cut back for MARQUIS to slide home.

Bristol Rovers did not take long to level, however, as Leahy’s header forward bypassed James Bolton and Ayunga managed to see off Raggett before rifling into the net.

It was back and forth and Marquis might have had his second of the night, but could not quite bring Byers’ pass under control, allowing Joe Day to come off his line and halt the threat.

Instead it was the hosts who ensured an interval lead, as Leahy’s deep cross was flicked on and Ayunga was left in space to bring the ball under control, then fire it past MacGillivray.

Half Time

Bristol Rovers 2

Portsmouth 1

Pompey made a triple change at the break, with Harness, Rasmus Nicolaisen and Lee Brown – the latter appearing against his former club – replacing Curtis, Bolton and Charlie Daniels.

And Danish defender Nicolaisen immediately made an impact with a couple of crunching, yet fair, challenges.

The impressive Byers then tried his luck from the edge of the box, although this time dragged his effort wide.

Pompey were trying to get forward, but were just lacking that important final ball and when Brown did send a dangerous delivery across the goal, there was nobody there to capitalise.

Harness was able to dig out a shot on the hour mark and his long-range attempt fizzed not too far wide of the post.

Another change followed on 65 minutes, with former Bristol Rovers striker Ellis Harrison on to replace Andy Cannon.

But Pompey were undone by some more sloppy play when Raggett lost the ball to Leahy inside the area and fouled the wing-back as he tried to win it back.

The defender was booked and Leahy stepped up to take the penalty, calmly sending MacGillivray the wrong way.

There were appeals at the other end when a Harness shot was blocked by George Williams and the visitors were adamant it struck his hand, although Sarginson did not agree.

Pompey threw plenty of men forward and forced their opponents to defend deep, with seven minutes of stoppage-time providing some hope.

But it was not their night and when Nicolaisen won possession and beat two players before laying the ball off for Harness, his low strike came back off the post.

Marquis had the chance to reduce the deficit right at the death when he was shoved over inside the area by Kilgour.

But a miserable night was capped when his penalty was saved by Day, low down to the keeper’s right.

Bristol Rovers (3-4-1-2): Day; Baldwin, Kilgour, Harries; Williams, McCormick (Upson 81), Grant, Leahy (c); Nicholson; Ayunga (Daly 85), Hanlan
Goals: Ayunga 34, 44, Leahy 70 (pen)
Booked: McCormick, Williams
Subs not used: van Stappershoef, Hare, Westbrooke, Rodman, Oztumer

Pompey (4-3-3): MacGillivray; Johnson, Bolton (Nicolaisen 46), Raggett, Daniels (Brown 46); Byers, Naylor (c), Cannon (Harrison 65); Williams (White 80), Marquis, Curtis (Harness 46)
Goals: Marquis 26
Booked: Johnson, Raggett
Subs not used: Ward, Hiwula

Referee: Christopher Sarginson

Feb 162021

Well wasn’t I a brave boy, after almost passing out the last few times I managed to stay fully conscious for this turn although I did turn down the opportunity of a flu jab.

Still don’t think I will be rushing to become a blood donor again.

Feb 142021

Movies IMDb

Bad Neighbours

DirectorNicholas Stoller




Mac Radner and his Australian-born wife Kelly are adjusting to life with their infant daughter, Stella. The restrictions of parenthood make it difficult for them to maintain their old lifestyle, which alienates them from their friends Jimmy Blevins and his ex-wife, Paula. Delta Psi Beta, a fraternity known for outrageous parties, moves in next door. The fraternity’s leaders, Teddy Sanders and Pete Regazolli, aspire to join Delta Psi’s Hall of Fame by throwing a massive end-of-the-year party.

The Radners ask Teddy to keep the noise down, and to earn their favour, he invites them to join the party. Kelly meets Teddy’s girlfriend Brooke Shy, and Teddy shows Mac his bedroom, which includes a stash of fireworks and a breaker box that controls the house’s power. Teddy agrees to manage the noise, but has Mac and Kelly promise to always call him instead of the police. The following night, when the party next door keeps Stella awake, Mac is unable to reach Teddy. Kelly convinces Mac to call the police anonymously, but Officer Watkins identifies them to Teddy. Betrayed, Teddy leads Delta Psi in hazing Mac and Kelly, resulting in Stella nearly eating an unused condom after the fraternity dumps their garbage on the Radners’ lawn. Mac and Kelly go to the college dean Carol Gladstone, but the school has a “three strikes” policy before it will intervene; Delta Psi’s first strike was burning down their old house.

Failing to force the fraternity to move by damaging their house, Kelly manipulates Pete and Brooke into having sex, and Mac leads Teddy to catch them in the act. Teddy and Pete fight, and a barbecue grill injures a passing professor. This gives Delta Psi their second strike and places them on probation, effectively ending their party plans. Determined to shut down the fraternity, Mac and Kelly enlist the help of Jimmy, who is jealous that Paula is sleeping with Delta Psi member Scoonie. To acquire evidence of Delta Psi’s hazing, they hire a pledge nicknamed Assjuice to stand up to Teddy and record him threatening retaliation. When Teddy instead shows him kindness, he reveals that Mac and Kelly hired him and are trying to sabotage the fraternity. A vengeful Teddy violently pranks the Radners and Jimmy with airbags.

They send Teddy a counterfeit letter from Gladstone lifting Delta Psi’s probation. The fraternity prepares for their end-of-the-year party, which Mac, Kelly, and Jimmy widely publicize to ensure it will be out of control. Once the party is in full swing, they notify the police, but Teddy realizes what the Radners have done, and stops the party just as Watkins arrives. Jimmy throws himself from the balcony to distract Teddy, allowing Kelly to sneak into Teddy’s bedroom as Mac fights him off. Unable to open the breaker box to restart the party and alert Watkins, Kelly shoots one of the fireworks at his patrol car. Paula convinces Scoonie to turn on the power, reigniting the party, and she reunites with Jimmy. Teddy takes the blame for the party, convincing Pete to flee with the others, and is arrested; the fraternity is shut down.

Four months later, Mac runs into Teddy, who is working as a shirtless greeter at Abercrombie & Fitch. They greet each other warmly and Teddy reveals he is attending night classes to complete his degree. Mac takes off his shirt and jokingly acts as a greeter with Teddy. Later, Mac and Kelly take pictures of Stella in various costumes for a calendar. They get a call from Jimmy and Paula inviting them to attend Burning Man. Mac and Kelly decline, accepting their new roles as parents.

Feb 132021

It appears that Joss Whedon, as well as being one of the greatest writers ever, is also a bit of a dick.

There had been complaints first from Ray Fisher initially and then later Gal Gadot about Whedon’s antics on Justice League but that film was beset with problems from the start so maybe not an easy set to be on but now allegations have also surfaced about his time as a creator of Buffy The Vampire Slayer.

Charisma Carpenter has been very critical of him, alleging he “abused his power” and made it a toxic work environment, then both Michelle Trachtenberg and Amber Benson have also come out in support whilst Sarah Michelle Gellar, although not making allegations herself, has come out in support of her co-stars.

I find it a bit sad really as it always seemed such a happy set and behind the scenes footage never gave any concerns of unrest and to this day it still remains my favourite ever show.

Goes to prove that when you get someone as vocal as Joss was about women empowerment they are probably hiding something.

Feb 112021

Now I don’t know much about Gina Carano other than her stint in Deadpool but she appears to be a strong-willed modern female that fits in perfectly with modern Hollywood.

Well, she would if her strong-willed free-thinking was far left so as a result, she is the victim of Cancel Culture.

Now the left will point to it being her mentioning the Holocaust in a Tweet but they had been seeking to cancel her ever since she came out as pro-Trump which you just can’t do in the entertainment industry. An important lesson to learn is you can be a strong-minded woman but only if you don’t “wrong-think”.

#CancelDisney #CancelDisneyPlus