Rob Schneider Doubles Down On His Recent Comments Despite Possible Damage To His Career

Comedian and actor Rob Schneider has chosen to double down on his recent statements, claiming once again that he would gladly stand up for what he stood behind no matter that cost and no matter what could happen to him or his career as a result.

This past Wednesday, Schneider shared a social media post highlighting a selfie that he had taken from on stage, with the audience spread out behind him all while sporting a wide smile.

“I 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,” the caption stated.

The tweet from Schneider took place directly on the heels of his interview with Glenn Beck, a well-known long-time radio host and conservative pundit —  who he told as a guest on “The Glenn Beck Podcast” that he was “absolutely” prepared to risk everything he had to stand up for what he thought was right.


“Are you willing to lose it all for what you believe?” the well-seasoned host asked without pulling any punches.

And in response, Schneider showed zero hesitation in giving his response: “Absolutely. Because if we don’t have it, then we have nothing.”

“I’m not — I don’t care about my career anymore,” the comedian went on. “I care about my children’s — the country they’re going to live in.”

Schneider went on to explain a story about American fighter pilots from World War II who, at the start of the European campaign, had lost quite a few of their fellow pilots. They went to visit the Air Force Chaplain — who at the time would have been part of the Army Air Corps — had questioned him as to why they should continue to fly even as all of their friends were being shot down and dying.

The chaplain, he stated, explained that the world had finally come out of the Dark Ages and that the war in which they were currently a part of was all that could be done to stop it from quickly slipping directly back into those dark times.

“So they all flew,” Finished Schneider after a long pregnant pause before Beck spoke up.

“And we are there again,” he stated, seemingly suggesting that dark times were once again coming.

“Yeah, and it requires a new set of fliers,” concluded Schneider.


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