General hospital‘s Ingo Rademacher left the building. After being fired for opposing the show’s recently imposed COVID-19 vaccination mandate (by Yahoo Entertainment), the longtime star’s last episode aired on Monday, November 22. Rademacher has played Jasper “Jax” Jacks on the ABC soap opera since 1996.
During Monday’s episode, Jax ran into his ex-wife Carly (played by Laura Wright) and announced his plans to leave Port Charles to take care of things in his native Australia. He added that he had no plans to return for the holidays and that his outing was probably for the best. “I disagree a little with everyone in Port Charles right now,” Jax said.
The same could be said of Rademacher, who has long been outspoken in his position against vaccines. “Getting the vaccine doesn’t stop you from spreading the virus. It comes directly from the CDC, ”he said. wrote on Instagram in August. “Making any vaccine compulsory is bogus, but especially one that doesn’t help stop the spread is nothing short of crazy talk. “
The actor’s firing also came days after he clashed with some of his partners over his comments about the transgender community. Earlier this month, Rademacher re-shared a tweet that misrepresented Rachel Levine (who is transgender and admiral of the US Public Health Service Commissioned Corps).
Rademacher’s former castmate Nancy Lee Grahn first confirmed her dismissal in a tweet in response to her post. “Colleague actor #IngoRademacher is thankfully no longer part of the #gh cast,” she said. tweeted November 8. “Transphobia and gender abuse are disgusting and should be unacceptable in any industry, including soap / theater. “
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