Rob Schneider Talks Faith and 'A Culture Under Attack'


Actor and comedian Rob Schneider is not holding back.

Schneider appeared on a recent episode of “The Glenn Beck Podcast” and talked about his outspoken beliefs.

“Men can get pregnant, men can have babies, you can’t use the word women, and when you think about that like everybody knows what a woman is so why are we lying?” Schneider said.

Continuing, he said, “People are astounded by the fact that like Governor Whitmer used we refuse to use the word woman and to use the word child bearers and then The New York Times called it people who menstruate,” he said.

Schneider proceeded to call this “lunacy,” “a culture under attack,” and “a western civilization under attack.”

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He also brought up supporting the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe vs. Wade and noted it’s been misrepresented and deemed as “racist.”

“Well nine white guys gave the decision in ’73, the Roe Wade and so it was a flawed decision if you just look at it on its face. It’s been flawed,” he said.

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Schneider said that those who support abortion “know that they’re wrong” because they change the “terminology.”

“Why would you use a euphemism to describe abortion? If you’re gonna call it terminating a pregnancy, then do it,” he said.

Schneider proceeded to say that there is a “base” and we need to call it what it is, “lies.”

“There’s a base of lies in this liberal intelligentsia and the liberal rhetoric,” he said.

Jesus Christ said in Matthew 19:14, “Let the little children come to me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these.”

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When addressing his “liberal friends” Schneider spoke about telling children that they were born in the wrong body.

“To take a small child, a young girl and a young boy, and think that they were given the wrong body. I said, Jesus, say that to Jesus, say that to God. God, you made a wrong body. I don’t think He’s gonna answer, ‘Yeah I did,'” Schneider said. “He’s gonna, ‘No I made them, they’re all perfect in their own way.’ I think we have to come from a place of love. We have to come from a place of God. That’s the only way we can heal.”

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