Rob Schneider Calls the COVID Vaccine 'Unapproved,' Hails the 2nd Amendment in Defiance

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There’s a lot of talk about the COVID vaccine, and many people have strong stances.

That’s certainly the case for actor Rob Schneider, but his position isn’t a typical Hollywood take.


On Saturday, former CBS investigative correspondent and five-time Emmy-winning journalist Sharyl Attkisson tweeted a link to her vaccine article from the day before.

From the piece, titled “Is It Already Time for Your COVID-19 Vaccine Booster Shot?“:

If you’ve already had two doses of either the Pfizer/BioNTech Covid-19 or Moderna vaccine– is it already time for a third dose?

Yes, say the vaccine makers, citing data showing the vaccine wearing off after six months.

They say a third shot is needed as early as six months after the second, implying the initial regimen — in their view — isn’t effective enough for very long. They are seeking approval to market the number three booster.

Rob shared the article, accompanied by commentary:

“Just say no. And keep saying no. Over half of the U.S. population is continuing to say no to this unapproved experimental gene therapy! ‘My body, my choice!’”

Boldly, Schneider followed up with the hashtag #2ndAmendmentIsForThis.

Twitter wasn’t impressed — it flagged the post with a warning:

! This Tweet is misleading. Find out why health officials consider COVID-19 vaccines safe for most people.


But 57-year-old Rob wasn’t done.

Sharing a post about Biden’s door-to-door campaign by former New York Times reporter Alex Berenson, Rob offered more on 2A:

“And these [jerks] are going ‘to keep track of who doesn’t want the experimental gene therapy…’ Remember, a government that fears its citizens is a better government. #2ndAmendmentIsForThis”

He also leveled an accusation of child abuse:

Concerning kids, it’s not the first time the star’s alleged abuse amid the pandemic.

As I covered in February, Rob shared the video of a classroom comprised of 28 desks, all caged in plexiglass.

“We are witnessing a new kind of child abuse,” he wrote, “bought and paid for with YOUR tax dollars. The collapse of public schools who follow this example will surely follow. History will not look back at this kindly.”

He wasn’t just whistlin’ Dixie; see “People Are Pulling Their Kids Out of Public Schools.”

Back to Rob’s “Just say no” tweet, you know the issue’s inflamed when people whose careers depend on an ever-woke Hollywood’s approval stand up and shout their dissent.

And it’s doubly distinguished when they feel compelled to champion the Right to Bear Arms in defiance.


Anti-gun Tinseltown will likely be unimpressed.

Judging by the Bluebird’s flagging, Twitter sure wasn’t wooed.

But if you fear the attitude of elites might be turning with regard to COVID and its containment, rest assured; CBS This Morning’s Gayle King has you competently covered.

On Monday, she told Anthony Fauci her family won’t be having an inclusive Thanksgiving:

“[I] don’t know how many more times you can say to people, ‘Listen, [the vaccine] will save your life.’ I have this problem with some members of my own family, which I’m now going to ban from Thanksgiving vacation. That’s how strongly I’m taking [the issue].”

Help yourself to tweeting that clip; it’s guaranteed to fly flag-free.



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