Last Updated on July 11, 2021
Saturday Night Live legend Rob Schneider is taking on the globalist vaccine agenda, sparking criticism of Schneider from the left. A longtime Freedom-loving patriot, Schneider is not backing down.
— Rob Schneider (@RobSchneider) July 10, 2021
Recently, Schneider helped the Truth movement to score a big activist victory. The comedian threatened to cut off all association with the Make-A-Wish Foundation, a group that he has long worked with, if Make-A-Wish went ahead with their plan to vaccinate all of their “wish” children, including terminally ill kids who try to meet celebrities or go to theme parks or receive other special “wishes” before they die. Chastened, the Make-A-Wish Foundation reversed course and decided not to mandate the vaccine.
“Make-a-Wish will only grant wishes to terminally ill children who are fully vaccinated?!”
While it has been an honor to work with this foundation over the years,
if this policy of discrimination of children is true?
I will never work with them again.
— Rob Schneider (@RobSchneider) June 27, 2021
“We understand that there are many families whose children aren’t eligible for the vaccine yet, and we also know that there are families who are choosing to not get the vaccine. We respect everyone’s freedom of choice. Make-a-Wish will continue to grant wishes for all eligible children. Make-a-Wish will not require anyone to get vaccinated to receive a wish,” Make-A-Wish declared Sunday following public outrage including from Rob Schneider. “Any child fighting a critical illness is eligible for Make-a-Wish. While it does not reflect the majority of children we serve, we do occasionally serve children whose medical provider has determined that the child will not survive their illness. In time-sensitive situations involving an end-of-life diagnosis, a special process has been and will continue to be in place regardless of vaccination status.”
Schneider previously lambasted Alec Baldwin’s hateful propaganda impression of Donald Trump on Saturday Night Live, saying, “To me, the genius of Dana Carvey was Dana always had empathy for the people he played, and Alec Baldwin has nothing but a fuming, seething anger toward the person he plays.” Schneider said, “I don’t find his impression to be comical. Because, like I said, I know the way his politics lean and it spoils any surprise. There’s no possible surprise. He so clearly hates the man he’s playing.” Schneider also endorsed liberty Republican Tim Donnelly for Governor of California in a recent election and said that Democrats “abandoned me, and so I have abandoned them.”
Rob Schneider has played many classic characters, including the “Makin’ Copies” guy on Saturday Night Live, Deuce Bigelow in Deuce Bigelow: Male Gigolo, and the optimistic “You Can Do It” interloper in The Waterboy. His standup tours can be followed on his Twitter account.