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Rob Schneider--Remember Him?--Sounds Off On California Liberals

By Kristy Puchko | Celebrity | November 13, 2019 |

By Kristy Puchko | Celebrity | November 13, 2019 |


It’s apparently that time of year when Rob Schneider crawls out of Adam Sandler’s *sshole to look around to remind us he’s a has-been hack who has opinions! The former Saturday Night Live catchphrase spouter has taken to Twitter to denounce California liberals in a pair of tweets. Because when you want insightful political commentary, you look to the guy who’s made a a career of playing racist stereotypes.

When retweeting an article that declares liberals are ignorant about Stalin’s tyranny, Schneider quipped, “Unfortunately, people in California would vote for a bowl of shit if it had “D” next to it.”

Whether or not you agree with the sentiment, it’s almost a good joke. But it’s not his.

Washington Times pointed out Schneider is actually poaching this punchline from Democrat Nancy Pelosi. Last spring, the Speaker of the House snarkily dismissed Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s election victory by claiming the congresswoman’s New York City district was so liberal it’d vote for “a glass of water with a ‘D’ next to its name.” So, Schneider loathes liberals, but not so much he won’t try to punch up their barbs. With “sh*t,” because the dude knows his brand.

The other tweet that’s gotten enough attention to remind us that Schneider isn’t dead was this one:

This doesn’t sound like an abusive relationship. It sounds like the plot—and I use that term loosely—of a Rob Schneider vehicle. Not that they make those anymore. Which could be good news for Sandler’s parasitic hemorrhage.

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Kristy Puchko is the managing editor of Pajiba. You can follow her on Twitter.

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