It's good to see not all Hollywood actors are brainwashed to push as far left as possible. Former "Saturday Night Live" cast member Rob Schneider took to Twitter to take on any opposition to free speech. He called out the increasingly popular trend of silencing opinions which are different.

Schneider, who starred in "Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo," has previously taken on the "cancel culture." He spoke about the dangers of free speech being limited when someone opposes what's being said. He also called out tech giants Amazon, Facebook, Google and YouTube for taking part in this.

Schneider fired off a series of tweets on Friday.

“Sorry to have to repeat this again: Free Speech is ALL speech. Even the speech that you find repugnant. You are either for ALL of it or… you are for none of it. We don’t need people deciding FOR us what to think, see or hear. That’s a load of totalitarian crap.”

“Amazon is already banning books that dare question medical orthodoxy. Facebook, Google, YouTube bury information as well. The push within democratic societies to further restrict their own freedoms is a road we mustn’t take.”

Schneider often gets blasted for being an "anti-vaxxer." Recently he attacked Amazon for removing books from their website that promotes a "cure" for autism.

Schneider continued his attack.

“I know Free Speech and Democracy create a mess out of society, people being able to express and spew whatever they want. But I can’t think of a better one. And I surely don’t want to live in a society where people decide for me what to think or watch or how I should interpret it.”

Rob Schneider followed up with this tweet, calling people out to take action:

“I worry more that the suppression of Free Speech will lead to more horrors than the continued free flow of ideas; good AND bad. People can decide for themselves what ideas belong in the dustbin of history.”

His conclusion delivered a statement about free ideas.

“Silencing those we disagree with denies us the chance to question our preconceived notions. Either to reaffirm them or reassess them. Our ideas need and should always be consistently challenged and reconsidered so we don’t merely end up as consensus group think.”

This Hollywood patriot is not afraid to head to Twitter to defend free speech. When "Saturday Night Live" fired comedian Shane Gillis after a video of Gillis using a racial slur, Schneider took to Twitter to defend.

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It doesn't take a genius to see what the "cancel culture" is doing to comedy. Everyday life is serious enough without us being able to escape at laugh at ourselves with comedians.


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