David Mack from Buzzfeed stupidly writes:
After she was first cast as Rey in the Star Wars films in 2014, Ridley said she found social media amplified critical voices who were mad that the sci-fi series was now focusing on a central woman character.
Except for the fact that no one was mad that the sci-fi series was now focusing on a central woman character, for two reasons. First, because it was nothing new. Leia Organa provided the template for the central woman character in modern film, Which Ridley is now attempting to emulate. So the great civil rights strides that SJWs fool themselves into thinking that they’re making are purely imaginary. Second, the critics were complaining that Rey is a poorly written female character, which of course she is. The fact that Sarah Conner and Ellen Ripley were so well written 40 years ago, means that the Rey character represents a regression for women in film. A fact that SJWs are incapable of comprehending because they’ve stupidly let the past die.
And if you watch Daisy’s recent interview on Good Morning America, she apparently didn’t feel like the lead in Star Wars anyway.
— Good Morning America (@GMA) June 26, 2019
Back to the Buzzfeed interview, Daisy stated:
Those who read this blog, are already familiar with the reasons that Daisy Ridley has stated in the past for leaving social media. So this new telling of the tale appears to be a revision.
Interestingly, Disney is now prohibiting dismemberment in its video games, so Daisy might want to choose her words more wisely or face the wrath of the Mouse.
Now here’s where the SJW media sycophant is required to laundry list their assigned talking points that we’ve repeatedly discredited here.
An onslaught of racist harassment that was demonstrated to be SJW hate hoaxes, including the Wookieepedia edit which was most likely edited by Jason Ward of MakingStarWars.net or one of his close cohorts.
Ridley, who has said social media is bad for people’s mental health, praised Selena Gomez for making headlines last month when she said social media had been “terrible” for her generation because it’s making people too self-involved.
“It’s a useful platform, but it does scare me when you see young boys and girls not really aware of the news going on,’ Gomez said at a press conference. “It’s selfish — I don’t wanna say selfish, that’s rude — but it’s dangerous for sure.”
SJWs commonly label the expression of viewpoints other than their own as “dangerous.”
Watch the full interview with Daisy Ridley if you have to:
But the question we must now ask is, who is in serious and dire situations that they need to be communicating? Well, how about the cast of the Sequel Trilogy?
Though no academic study or loaded poll has yet tacked the problem, we’ve seen the current crop of “evolved fans” otherwise known as Reylos attack Mark Hamill, we’ve seen them falsify receipts in an effort to attack Ethan Van Sciver, we’ve seen them manufacture a genuine gun threat out of a joke, we’ve seen them harass Star Wars authors, we’ve seen them engage in rape shipping, we’ve seen them dox Adam Driver and harass Daisy Ridley, we’ve seen them upset that Ridley has a boyfriend, we’ve seen them attack Frank Oz, we’ve seen them sexually pester the actors playing Kylo at Disneyland, we’ve seen Lucasfilm representatives chase underage Reylos in online sex chats, and we’ve seen the caliber of their intellectual conversations.
And now there’s something new.
Twitter user Dataracer has uncovered the following:
Some Reylo stalking Adam Driver jumped on stage at his broadway show and kept screaming his name till the cops hauled her off.
Instead of worrying about his saftey, Reylo’s are pissed he might not sign autographs for them again. pic.twitter.com/RpdbAh5CyE
— Dataracer (@Dataracer117) June 25, 2019
Here are the images Dataracer posts:
They’ve been going to the theater to get autographs for months and doing other creepy stuff like photographing his car/dog. Adam Driver is the only show actor with a 2nd bodyguard.
Maybe they should stop hiding in the bushes stalking him. pic.twitter.com/Ygq1YjuBrd
— Dataracer (@Dataracer117) June 25, 2019
This may or may not be far worse than criticizing a poorly written female character.
So when can we expect the cast of Episode IX and the crew of Lucasfilm to directly address this misbehavior? When can we expect the sycophantic media to report on this toxicity? Ever? Probably not.
But, let’s try a little scientific experiment of our own, and leave a gift here for any Reylos that may be reading this blog post, and then examine the results.
Dear Reylos: Daisy Ridley may have been recently engaged to her boyfriend. Enjoy!