Dipshit General Hospital Star Says He Was Fired For Supporting Trump, Not Refusing COVID Vaccine
Ingo Rademacher, a.k.a. “Jasper Jax,” was fired from General Hospital in 2021 after the Australian actor refused to adhere to ABC/Disney’s COVID vaccine mandate, but in his absurd civil rights lawsuit filed against the studio, the blond bimbo claims he was actually terminated because he’s a vocal Trump supporter, and voting for the soon-to-be indicted orange blob angered GH‘s executive producer Frank Valenti. A breakdown of the entire suit and upcoming court dates (Rademacher is hoping for a jury trial, while ABC asked to have the entire case thrown out) is here on Deadline, but here’s an excerpt:
Similar to so many family ruptures in America in recent years, Ingo Rademacher’s legal dispute with ABC over his 2021 firing from General Hospital comes down to Donald Trump and the politics of vaccines, according to the former soap opera actor.
Heading towards a pivotal March 30 summary judgement hearing on the more than a year old lawsuit, plaintiff Rademacher’s attorneys filed paperwork yesterday opposing the Disney-owned network’s motion to toss the case out. “ABC had a duty to accommodate Ingo,” insists the filing by lawyers Scott J. Street and John W. Howard over their client’s religious exemption request over corporate Covid vaccine requirements (read it here). “Instead, it put him through a sham process that was designed to fail, and which was meant to cover up the real reason for Ingo’s termination: his political views.”
Or to be more specific, Rademacher alleges he was really axed because GH EP Frank Valentini and others on the show objected to him voting for Trump in 2020 and decrying the “false hope” of getting the jab.