The posts were deleted by Wednesday, Feb. 10, but not before they got the fans’ attention. People took to social media and began asking for her to face the consequences of sharing content that some believed to be anti-Semitic. The hashtag #FireGinaCarano began trending on Twitter in response to her posts, with many users tagging Mandalorian creator Jon Favreau, and the accounts of Lucasfilm, Disney, Star Wars, and Disney+ in their pleas. “I’m not about to support a franchise whose star compares being a Republican to being a victim of the Holocaust, sorry. #FireGinaCarano,” one fan tweeted.