Gina Carano's 'Do Not Comply' Post Leaves Internet Divided

Gina Carano has divided the internet today with a post declaring: "Do Not Comply."

The actress and former MMA fighter has been quite vocal about sharing her political opinions online after she was fired from her role in The Mandalorian earlier this year.

The 39-year-old is an outspoken critic of "cancel culture" and has made it obvious she does not intend to play by Hollywood's rules when it comes to COVID-19.

Since her departure from the Disney show, Carano announced a new movie deal with conservative pundit Ben Shapiro's conservative outlet, The Daily Wire.

Taking to social media on Thursday night, Carano shared a post from The Daily Wire.

Quoting the government's pledge at the start of the pandemic: "Two weeks to flatten the curve," Carano added in her caption: "We're in this together. Take a stand and join us! #DoNotComply."

In the photo, Carano shows off the phrase "Do not comply" painted on her arms.

Her post guides followers to The Daily Wire's website where they are seeking subscribers.

"We're fighting the legacy media with real news and investigative journalism," a notice on the site reads. "We're fighting woke entertainment with original comedy, sports, and films. And now we're fighting the government's tyrannical vaccine mandate."

However, Carano's post appears to have divided her fans and Instagram and Twitter users.

Actress Samaire Armstrong commented, "iconic," while podcaster Christian Walker added: "You're inspiring."

However, on Twitter, the responses were less complimentary.

“Two weeks to flatten the curve.” #DoNotComply

— Gina Carano 🕯 (@ginacarano) November 5, 2021

The first response on the post reads: "Doubling down on the crazy huh."

While another user added: "But imagine how flat it would have gotten if we had all complied?"

Last week, Carano revealed that she is bypassing her planned project with The Daily Wire and is instead in production on a non-union Western with the outlet.

Speaking to Newsweek, the actress said she believes a person's vaccination status shouldn't dictate what work they can or can't do.

"Whether someone is vaccinated or not should not determine a person's ability to work in their different professions," Carano told Newsweek.

"Corrupt media coverage, censorship and government overreach in the past two years has been damaging and dangerous and are making citizens uneasy and more distrustful of the ones enforcing these mandates by the day and I can't say that I blame them," she added.

"I wouldn't be surprised if we continue to see more strikes against unions who decide to enforce them."

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Gina Carano attends the premiere of Disney+'s "The Mandalorian" at El Capitan Theatre on November 13, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. Getty Images/Emma McIntyre