During Biden’s State of the Union address, he made many ridiculous claims, such as that fast food workers are unable to find jobs because of non-compete clauses, something that is demonstrably untrue. Another of his ridiculous claims was that “two years ago, COVID had shut down our businesses, closed our schools, and robbed us of so much. Today, COVID no longer controls our lives.” Watch that here:
Biden SOTU tonight: “Two years ago, COVID had shut down our businesses, closed our schools, and robbed us of so much. Today, COVID no longer controls our lives.”
It says a lot that Democrats pretend they had no role in the lockdowns and mandates they championed. pic.twitter.com/TNNGuCM0qv
— Michael P Senger (@MichaelPSenger) February 8, 2023
Well, conservative actor Rob Schneider isn’t having it. He, commenting on the above video, tore into Biden with a vengeance. Sounding off on what the government had been up to and what the government did to the American people, saying “Covid didn’t shut down our schools… Our tyrannical Government did this to us! And never forget… this President fired front line workers and our own troops!”
This isn’t the first time that Rob Schneider has taken a hammer to tyranny and leftism. He did so as well when commenting on the recent trends of Californians and other blue staters moving out of their leftist hellholes but then voting the same way in whatever state they move to. Schneider, commenting on that, said:
“Dear Former California Residents, YOU moved out of California for a reason; crime, out of control homelessness, taxes, your children being indoctrinated in schools, individual rights being trampled etc! So please don’t vote the same way to replicate the same s**t you just left!”
That tweet came shortly after Schneider made an appearance on “Fox & Friends” where he discussed his own move from California to Arizona. In the interview, he stated, “I really feel like I don’t want the Democratic Party trying to run my life. And there’s not one aspect of your life that they don’t want to interfere with.” Rob stated that Arizona was “slightly freer”, influencing his decision to choose that state.
As a former San Francisco native, he illustrated how the crime and homelessness has ruined that city. Schneider hilariously joked, “San Francisco either has a huge homeless problem or a gigantic camping success story.” He also lambasted the dogmatic groupthink that occurs within the Hollywood crowd. He claimed, “A lot of people that I’m friends in Hollywood, they lean towards the right, but they’re just scared of it because it really is like a mob of ideologues. They will attack you.”
Schneider also made waves when he called out SNL as having committed seppuku with its infamous Hillary Clinton “Hallelujah” skit, saying “I literally prayed, ‘please have a joke at the end.’ Don’t do this. Please don’t go down there. And there was no joke at the end, and I went, ‘It’s over. It’s over. It’s not gonna come back.’”
So, his comment about Biden’s ridiculous speech was just what one would expect from the non-woke actor: it was funny, spot-on, and unapologetic. And, for context, what Biden said surrounding the part of the SOTU address that Schneider called out made the whole thing even more absurd. It was during that part of the speech that Biden claimed Trump was the “greatest threat since the Civil War” that “our democracy” has had to face, saying:
Two years ago, the economy was reeling. I stand here tonight, after we’ve created, with the help of many people in this room, 12 million new jobs — more jobs created in two years than any President has created in four years — because of you all, because of the American people. (Applause.)
Two years ago — and two years ago, COVID had shut down — our businesses were closed, our schools were robbed of so much. And today, COVID no longer controls our lives.
And two years ago, our democracy faced its greatest threat since the Civil War. And today, though bruised, our democracy remains unbowed and unbroken. (Applause.)
As we gather here tonight, we’re writing the next chapter
in the great American story — a story of progress and resilience.
When world leaders ask me to define America — and they do, believe it or not — I say I can define it in one word, and I mean this: possibilities. We don’t think anything is beyond our capacity. Everything is a possibility.
By: Will Tanner. Follow me on Twitter @Will_Tanner_1
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