This past Monday, Renowned comedian Rob Schneider officially announced that he would be casting his vote for Republican gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake as he voted for the first time in his new home state of Arizona — all while taking big shots at his previous state of residence, California, for secure the issue.
Schneider expressed in a social media post just a few of the reasons that he, along with his family, have chosen to kick off their exodus from California — most prominent of which being the complete stranglehold maintained by the extreme-left on the state — and explained that they had moved to the much more “free state of Arizona” in order to get away from the rapid erosion of individual liberties they were having to deal with while living there.
“My family left California & moved to the free state of Arizona because individual liberties were trampled in the guise of liberalism which was just disguised authoritarianism,” stated Schneider via Twitter. “The lives of Americans have been made more difficult under these Dem run states. I’m voting for Kari Lake.”
The comedian also took the opportunity to chuck out a few barbs at incumbent Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer (D) in which he heavily mocked her expansive use of the term “people with a period” as a way to make reference to women in a last ditch effort to swing more voters to her camp that is seeking reelection in the Midterms.
“It’s strangely reassuring that tyranny knows no gender as is exemplified by this biological female moron who refers to women as ‘people with a period,'” expressed the man. “Hopefully, by this time tomorrow night, this woman will be Michigan’s Ex-Biological Female Governor!”
Schneider has been quite historically quite vocal about his stance against the extremely draconian COVID policies –chief of which being the vaccine mandates — and even expressed to Glenn Beck, a radio host, that he just did not care if it ended his career to stand on that hill.
“Are you willing to lose it all for what you believe?” Beck posited of Schneider while the comedian participated in an episode of “The Glenn Beck Podcast” back in late August.
The comedian did not even need a moment to think prior to answering the host: “Absolutely. Because if we don’t have it, then we have nothing.”
“I’m not — I don’t care about my career anymore. I care about my children and the country they’re going to live in,” Schneider went on.
In a social media post made a bit later, he doubled down, stating, “prioritize supporting a country that provides the same Freedoms for my children that made my career possible. This legacy to me is more important to me than the next chapter of my career. Love, Rob.”